Celebrating success

Each week, one child from every class is chosen as 'SuperKid', if they have shown excellent behaviour or outstanding learning consistently throughout the week. 

SuperKids are presented with a medal at our Friday celebration assembly. They are also invited to afternoon tea with the Head Teacher or Deputy Head!

This weeks SuperKids are:

Reception Caterpillar - Nyla-Rose

This superkid is always engaged at busy time, challenging herself to lots of different activities. She shows a positive attitude to learning and always tries her best. Her behaviour is excellent, always listening, being helpful and kind to others. Well done Nyla!

Reception Ladybird - Amaya

This week Amaya has shown a brilliant attitude to learning. She has been enthusiastic both on the carpet and during busy time and has been keen to learn more. During busy time she practises her new skills and extends her learning with her friends. She has been a great role model during busy time, organising activities and including everyone. She has been a lovely friend. Well done!


Leo has been working so hard on managing his emotions. We have seen a real improvement this week and are really proud of him beginning to use his words to explain how he is feeling. He is doing great learning during target time, and Leo is also sitting on the carpet consistently for input and joining in class discussions. Keep up the good work Leo!


Eba has been working extremely hard this term, on learning and remembering her phonics sounds. She has also been working hard with remembering her numbers to 20. When in class she is always eager to learn, has a happy face and tries really hard. Well done Eba!

YEAR 2 BFG - Suwayda

This week’s Superkid is someone who has really been pushing themselves in their maths and working on their presentation in their books. She has been absorbed on the carpet and providing thoughtful and creative answers. We are really proud of you Suwayda, well done!


Mushtaaq has really tried hard to improve her focus this week. She has been trying really hard to follow instructions and has come up with some fantastic descriptive language when describing a character. Mushtaaq has been a fantastic role model this week, well done


This superkid is such a brilliant role model to the whole class. She always puts 100% effort into her learning and listens carefully so she knows how to improve. She manages her distractions brilliantly so she can always be focused on her work. She is very polite and helpful and also a kind friend to everyone in the class. It is such a pleasure to have her in Kingfisher Class!


This boy is a wonderful role model to his peers as he is always absorbed in his learning, asking questions and challenging himself to do more. He shows a lot of empathy towards his friends but also towards the adults in the classroom. His willingness to help others is admirable and he is a pleasure to have around the classroom. He has grown into such a caring, respectful boy and I am so proud of him!

YEAR 4 SWIFT - Osman

Osman has had a fantastic week at school. He has really impressed the different adults in the classroom with his positive attitude and respectfulness. He is a role model for others in his behaviour and his perseverance in learning. Osman has shown himself to be a fantastic mathematician this week with his knowledge of fractions.

YEAR 4 SWALLOW - Ibrahim I 

Ibrahim has had a transformation this term! For the past two weeks, I have been able to celebrate his achievements with his parent on the playground which is a big change to last term. He is working really hard in his learning and is making positive choices even when things are difficult! I am so proud of Ibrahim. Well done!

YEAR 5 OWL - Sabrina A 

For showing a huge improvement in her maths work this week! Thank you for trying your best, taking part in mathematical discussions and pushing yourself to achieve more and more within lessons – Lisa and Mrs Irfan are SO proud of you!

YEAR 5 DOVE - Numa 

For showing resilience in her attitude to learning. Despite distractions, Numa has proven that she can work hard. She has come a long way in understanding fractions this week, especially when things got tricky. Well done Numa!

YEAR 6 EAGLE - Toyina

What a fantastic week this person has had. I have seen resilience like never before – even when she has struggled, she has given her work a go and not allowed herself to get upset. Previously she found PE lessons difficult but has done brilliantly in PE this week (and last week too!) making sure she had a positive attitude even if things were not going her way.


Our superkid has one of the very best attitudes to learning I’ve ever known! She is a diligent worker able to sustain full effort and engagement throughout the whole lesson. She is a highly collaborative learner and is able to both support others and learn from them. Her presentation is also of an extremely high standard – she is an absolute model of our school rule ‘Engage’.

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