Celebrating success

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

 

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:

 

RECEPTION CATERPILLAR

Tyrell

Showing enthusiasm and interest on our trip to the farm. He listened carefully and answered lots of questions about the animals. Well done Tyrell!

RECEPTION LADYBIRD

Lilja

She was a brilliant representative for Hannah More Primary school whilst on our trip to the farm. She listened to the Reception adults and to Farmer Ed. Lilja was gentle with the lambs and followed all of Farmer Ed’s instructions. The reception adults were very proud of her.

YEAR 1 ELMER

A-Ziah

A-ziah has shown a fantastic change in working attitude since coming back after the easter break. He is trying really hard in all aspects of his learning, even when he finds it hard to be resilient.Most importantly, A-Ziah showed empathy and kindness when a new teacher came into Year 1. He was a fantastic example of a respectful child. Well done A-Ziah!

YEAR 1 GRUFFALO

Hassan

All week Hassan has been thinking carefully about his actions and has put a lot more thought into his work. He has tried to make sure he takes care with his presentation and handwriting.

YEAR 2 BFG

Ikram

All week Ikram has focused well and made links with her learning when completing her assessments this week. She didn’t give up when she found some of the questions challenging but kept going. Well done Ikram you have made us proud!

YEAR 2 ENORMOUS CROCODILE

Sofia

Sofia has worked really hard on her targets this term. She is listening to instructions, thinking about her actions and has been trying stay focused in her learning. She is proving to be Super Sofia.

YEAR 3 KINGFISHER

Amira

This super kid has worked really hard this week to be absorbed in her learning. She has tried to keep her focus and manage any distractions around her in order to complete the work set in class. She has also been a kind and empathetic friend to some of the other children in our class. Keep it up!

YEAR 3 WOODPECKER

Adam

For really impressing all adults in the class this week. He showed respect to visitors to the school, has been a great role model for others and has showed all of our school values

YEAR 4 SWALLOW

Majza

For working really hard this week to manage his distractions and use his kind part. He has been trying to follow instructions and has been listening well on the carpet. As a result, he has produced some fantastic work!

YEAR 4 SWIFT

Ahmed

What a fantastic week he has had! He has grown in confidence this week in his writing and we are all so proud of him! He is now writing independently and using his sounds and known words to help him. He has become such an independent learner – keep it up!

YEAR 5 DOVE

Karima

For working collaboratively and creatively in her Music lessons recently. She has thought carefully about composing her own piece of music based on day and night. Katherine is particularly impressed with the way she has extended her musical skills by adding on layers of sound.

YEAR 5 OWL

Kevin

This person has been determined when swimming this term. He has a ‘can do’ attitude. On our visit to IntoUniversity he asked questions and collaborated with his peers! Katherine and myself are impressed!

YEAR 6 KESTREL 

Aneeka

This superkid shows all of our school values in what she does. On our recent trip to Bristol Energy at the Watershed, she showed determination whilst constructing her rocket; respect when working with members of staff from Bristol Aerospace; enjoyment whilst testing her rocket and nurture and openness when collaborating with members of her group.

YEAR 6 EAGLE

Kadion

Our superkid had a great week. He has represented Hannah More on the football pitch, playing a crucial role as part of the team. During our trip to Bristol Energy, he showed enthusiasm and interest, listening carefully. In class, he has been focused and engaged, working hard on his writing and making improvements through editing. Keep it up!

 

 

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