SuperKids are presented with a certificate and given a special sticker at our Friday celebration assembly. They are also invited to tea with the Headteacher or Deputy Head!
This week's superkids are:
Hajara and Muna
These children have shown a much improved attitude the learning this week. They have managed their distractions really well on the carpet and been focussed on their learning. We are really proud of you both...keep it up!
The ladybird adults are really proud of Musna and she has made a big improvement in her behaviour since joining Hannah More. She has learnt different learning skills, for example, this week Musna sat for a long time in the writing area practising to write her name and form letters. She is also demonstrating behaviour which supports her learning such as listening to her teacher and following instructions
YEAR 1 ELMER
Sacdiyo has worked really hard in phonics this week, using her sounds to decode new words. She has been settling in and following class rules.
YEAR 1 GRUFFALO
Ibrahim has worked really hard in maths this week. He worked collaboratively in his group. He has been using his fraction knowledge for new problems. Keep up the good work!
YEAR 2 BFG
For working hard to manage his distractions this week and being absorbed in his independent learning. This has enabled Hassan to write descriptively in story writing this week. He has also concentrated on making sure his spellings of key words are correct. Well done Hassan.
YEAR 2 ENORMOUS CROCODILE
I am really proud of the way Alyssia -Mae is beginning to reflect and make choices which will help solve the problem. She is coming into class with a positive and resilient attitude.
YEAR 3 KINGFISHER
This super kid has tried hard this week in class. She has managed her distractions and ensured she is absorbed in her learning at all times. As well as this, our super kid has been an empathetic friend. She has helped others when they have been hurt and spoke openly and honestly about what happened to resolve the situation.
YEAR 3 WOODPECKER
For trying really hard to stay focussed in class. She has been absorbed in each task this week, and has improved her ability to ignore distractions around her. She has also improved her listening skills. This has helped her to produce some really high-quality work.
YEAR 4 SWALLOW
For being a role model to the class. She is a lovely friend, always helping others when they need support and showing empathy to them. She is absorbed in her learning and has worked very hard to meet all her targets this year. I could easily choose her to be super kid ever week as she always listens well, follows instructions and uses her learning skills to overcome challenges.
YEAR 4 SWIFT
Maryam has been making a real effort this week to make the right choices. She has managed her distractions really well so that she is focussing on her work and has shown a real maturity in both these things.
Keep it up, Maryam! Your work and behaviour have really impressed me this week!
YEAR 5 DOVE
For producing an amazing non-chronological report based on his own made-up frog. He has worked hard to include ambitious vocabulary and include a range of sentence types. He has used his editing skills to up-level language and correct errors in punctuation and spellings.
YEAR 5 OWL
This person has been on silver and gold all week. She is absorbed in all of her lessons and has been determined when editing her writing! Additionally, she has shown respect to the adults running our RSPB and NSPCC workshops and asked thoughtful questions! She is a brilliant role model!
YEAR 6 KESTREL
This week’s superkid has worked hard to try and manage more of her distractions. She has been absorbed in class meaning the narrative she has written is much better. She showed the school values during our trip to IntoUniversity on Tuesday. Well done.
YEAR 6 EAGLE
Eagle’s superkid has proven her immunity to the dreaded Year-6-itis. She always listens attentively, collaborates well with other children and demonstrates absorption in her learning at all times. Her maturity is beyond question and she’s working hard to make the most of her final four weeks at Hannah More.