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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 to produce WOW writing.  We have also introduced awards to celebrate pupils achievements in Mathematics, including Times Tables Rockstars and Sumdog.  These awards will be done on alternative weeks.

 

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

Achievement Awards - 13th May 2022

 

Class

Pupil

Reason for award

Rec

Flora M

 

 

Isla C

For being an amazing role model to her peers.  Flora always follows the class rules and is extremely kind and polite.

For a huge change in confidence this week, participating more in lessons and sharing her ideas.

Yr 1

Lily K

 

 

 

 

Mason P

For showing resilience in her maths work.  She has made a great improvement and is showing a stronger understanding of numbers.  Keep up the fantastic work!

For having an amazing week with your learning, working so so hard to improve your work!

Yr 2

Ethan E

 

 

Elsie W

For becoming a great explorer and investigating our school with enthusiasm and some great ideas and theories.

For her resilient attitude towards her classwork.

Yr 3

Lucy R

 

 

Albie A

For her efforts in the swimming gala and overcoming her worries about competing.  Well done.

For his perseverance this week with trying to use exchanging when subtracting money.

Yr 4

Amna A

 

 

Marie D

For settling into Class 9 superbly and already showing Oakfield's values!  Well done.

For creating an amazing art piece today for our London skyline!

Yr 5

Lawson A

 

 

Harry A

For having a great week and putting his school work to good use at home.  Well done for joining a debate club.

For his super effort in clas  

Yr 6All Year 6For completing their SATs this week.  Well done - we are proud of you all.

WOW Writing Awards - 13th May 2022

 

Class

Pupil

Reason for award

Rec

Izabela T

 

 

Sami C

For making great progress in phonics and becoming more independent in her sentence writing.

For absolutely amazing confidence with his sentence writing this week and working hard to improve his handwriting.

Yr 1

Lucy A

 

 

 

Amy R

For some excellent sentences to describe a bee.  She used fantastic vocabulary and spelt most words accurately.

For your fantastic minibeast booklet, including some amazing facts!

Yr 2

Callie C

 

Amelie D

For working really hard to use finger spaces, capital letters and full stops.

For her fantastic animal fact file.

Yr 3

Lucas H

 

 

Benjamin S

For having excellent ideas to share with his peers to develop his and theirs writing.

For the fabulous vocabulary he uses in his writing - well done!

Yr 4

Thomas M

 

 

 

 

Joana K

For taking his time and showing dedication to his last couple of writing pieces by taking care of his handwriting, sentence structures and the vocabulary used.  Excellent work.

For fantastic effort with making sure that she writes in a formal style within her biography.

Yr 5 

Chloe M

 

 

Drew H

For a fantastic well organised debate.  Her paragraphs all had super starters for starting an argument.

For a very well thought-out and descriptive opening, where he used lots of detail.  Well done Drew!

Yr 6 

 

As our curriculum intent focuses on what children learn but also how children learn.  We will be issuing awards on Mondays for pupils who have shown the focus for the week from our Learning Toolkit.

Learning Toolkit Certificates

 

Theme : 

 

Class 5 

 

Class 6 

 

Class 7  

 

Class 8 

 

Class 11 

 

Class 12 

 

Class 13 

 

Class 14 

                                                                                                  

Times Tables Rockstar Awards-  6th May 2022

 

Class

Pupil

Reason for award

5Ethan EFor coming 3rd in the'Average' time spent each day in the past 30 days.

Sumdog Awards - 2022

 

Class

Pupil

Reason for award

   
   

 

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