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Weekly Awards

Every Friday afternoon we have an Achievements Assembly where we reward pupils for working hard in class, for excellent behaviour, for being helpful etc. The child receives a certificate to take home.


We also celebrate WOW Writing where we give out awards for pupils who have tried their hardest that week to produce WOW writing.


At the end of each year we have a 'Celebration of Year' Assembly.

Achievement Awards - 2nd February 2018




Reason for award


Hattie H


Ava B


Ava-Grace E

For making everyone smile and always being polite.

For learning to take risks in new challenges.

For choosing her own resource to solve a subtraction problem.

Yr 1

Harry A


Ria S


Curtis L

For a big improvement in his speed to complete his work!

For always working hard and trying her best.

For fantastic demonstrating of Netball skills in PE.

Yr 2

Macey M





Jenna O



Finley W

For having such a fantastic attitude towards reading, for always wanting to share her opinion on what she has read and for discussing how characters might be feeling.

For consistently producing high levels of work and for always trying hard – keep it up!

For always trying his absolute hardest and for increasing the speed that he produces work – keep it up!

Yr 3

Bailey R

Myla-Rose O



Khloe W

For being a kind and supportive friend.

For her positive, enthusiastic and dedicated approach to her school work every day.

For the amazing effort she puts into everything she does regardless of how hard she finds it.

Yr 4

Jack P



Brooke W

For reading with confidence, making sure everyone was engaged by controlling the volume and tone of his voice.

For excellent estimating and comparing of mass and length. Well done. Keep up the hard work.

Yr 5

Georgie M


Sky W



Owen M





William D

For solving a maths problem so difficult even Mrs Pinchback couldn’t solve it!

For a fantastic World War II letter. Well done for using lots of imaginative ideas, language and quantity.

For wonderful World War II (food rations) reflections. Owen wrote about these quickly and passionately. And knowledge/enthusiasm during Mr Stainbury’s talk. Well done Owen.

For his fantastic listening during Mr Stainbury’s talk on World War II.

Yr 6

Emma C


Abigail O


Ryan O




Emily S

For being an excellent representative of Oakfield at a sporting event.

For being an excellent representative of Oakfield at a sporting event.

For being especially enthusiastic on our trip to the Tower of London – your questions and knowledge that you shared was fantastic.

For her contribution, interest and enthusiasm when visiting the Tower of London – you are a great asset to our school and our class.

WOW Writing Awards - 2nd February 2018




Reason for award



For great story writing.

Yr 1

Charlotte H

For writing a brilliant report on the toys coming alive!

Yr 2

Charlie D

For an amazing character description filled with commas in a list and apostrophes of possession!

Yr 3


Yr 4

Lucy W


Megan K

For an exemplary effort to improve her handwriting!

For showing us the action and feeling in her story, not telling.

Yr 5



Yr 6

Lenny P


Sky W


Emily H

For his super descriptive writing which built up tension.

For her wonderful descriptive writing about WW2.

For an amazing descriptive imagery when describing a story setting.




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