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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 - 30th September 2022




Reason for award

RecEzra H

For amazing settling in to life at Oakfield Primary School.

Yr 1

Wojciech S

Heidi G

For always working hard and trying his best!

For working hard in all her lessons.  She always participates on the carpet even when she isn't sure.  Keep it up Heidi!

Yr 2

Olivia B



Ava C

For having an ever improviong week, really working hard and getting lots done with a positive attitude.  Well done!

For thinking carefully about what she was going to say when acting out a story.

Yr 3

Koby O


Charlotte C

For working very hard to develop confidence and ability in swimming.

For impressing her swimming coach and then being moved up a group to develop her swimming even more!

Yr 4

Thomas E



Joshua A

For having an excellent attitude to learning, always participating in lessons and always having his hand up.  Well done. 

For improved focus and general behaviour in class.

Yr 5

Jacob S




Daisy N


For overcoming fears and being brace in gymnastics.  Well done for doing a backwards roll off of a height (to help you roll).

For being polite, hardworking, friendly.  An all round star pupil.

Yr 6

Grace D



Ellen C

For joining our Oakfield Primary family and being an active member of our class.

For being a great role model and showing a new student around with patience and kindness.

Mathematics Awards - 30th September 2022




Reason for award

RecRiley EFor amazing number recognition and ordering during choosing learning.

Yr 1

Olly M



Joshua F

For being confident using key words such as more than, less than, equal to, most and least.  Keep it up!

For sharing items independently.  Well done!

Yr 2

Meadow S



Gracie H

For her achievement in addition over the tens boundary on a number line and by making a new ten using ones.

For working hard to become a more independent mathematician and remembering to ask for help when she needs it.

Yr 3

Maria G


Harry C

Archie B

For being able to compare and order 3 digit numbers independently.

For showing great perseverance when working on a tricky maths problem.

Yr 4

Isabelle H

Lucy R

For her understanding of place value.

For all of her maths this week.  She has always gone the extra mile to give detailed answers and explanations.

Yr 5 

Eliza N



Maisie-Rose L

For rounding numbers to 10, 100, 1000, 10,000 and 100,000.  Super presentation too!

For super resilience and perseverance whilst rounding numbers.  Keep up the attitude and effort.

Yr 6James PetersFor his logical approach to difficult problems in maths.

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 : Most improved presentation


Class 7 

  Lola H

Class 8 

  Fraser O

Class 9  


Class 10 


Class 11 


Class 12 

  Joana K

Class 13 

  Harrison B

Class 14 

  Ben O

Times Tables Rockstar Awards- 2022




Reason for award


Sumdog Awards - 2022




Reason for award