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 afternoon tea with the Headteacher or Deputy Head!

This weeks SuperKids are:


He has really improved his approach to learning this week. He has been engaged at carpet times and group times and has been showing enthusiasm for his learning. He has done some fantastic adding, taking away and doubling. Well done Rehan!


This term she has become engaged in her learning. She has found that she enjoys completing work and will want to share it all with Miss Wilkinson and Charlotte. She is also practising her skills in 'busy time'.

YEAR 1 GRUFFALO -  Mushtaaq

Mushtaaq has made fantastic progress in every area lately. The adults in the class have noticed her positive attitude towards her learning and both the effort she has been making to read at school and at home. She has also really matured in her learning and can get on with her work more independently now. Well done and keep going Mushtaaq!

YEAR 1 ELMER - Laila

This week we have been thinking about having a growth mindset in Elmer class and how making mistakes and keeping on trying will grow our brain. Laila has really grabbed on to this and has been working hard to improve in every area of her learning this week.


YEAR 2 BFG - Erwa

Erwa has persevered with all his learning this week. He has worked hard to stay focused and complete his tasks independently. This is a fantastic achievement for Erwa has he has found this tricky in the past. Keep it up!


Muhamed has proved this week that he can make manage his distractions and he can make sensible choices in the playground, on the carpet and at this table. He has been working hard to be more resilient with his learning and not rush to finish. I hope to continue seeing Muhamed on green, silver or gold on the behaviour board. Keep it up!

Year 3 WOODPECKER - Bilal

This superkid always works hard and tries his best with his learning. He approaches challenges with a positive, resilient attitude and is always eager to try new things. He is a kind, caring member of our class who is trusted and respected by all of his peers. Our superkid is also a wonderful role model for gold standard behaviour and his teacher wants to say a big thank you for this!


Our superkid has an excellent attitude to learning. He is always focused and shows off his best. He works particularly well with a partner and is always quick to share ideas. He is an excellent friend to all and shows respect to both adults and children. Asad’s lively sense of humour and great personality make him a pleasure to teach!

YEAR 4 SWIFT - Zakiah

For not only being a kind friend but also for supporting other members of the class be a kind friend too. He has increased his circle of friends so that more children can have a positive playtime and enjoy themselves outside. Thank you Zakiah for being such a great role model for your classmates

YEAR 4 SWALLOW - Zakaria

Zakaria always tries his best and wants to learn more. When asked to work in partners everybody wants to sit next to him as he is such a good team player. Zakaria is a role model for the rest of his class as he is polite, kind and helpful which makes him somebody his teacher can always rely on. Well done Zakaria!

YEAR 5 DOVE - Sabriin

Sabriin has been my shining star this week and it has made me feel really proud when other members of staff have complemented Sabriin on how kind and thoughtful she is. Sabriin has been demonstrating this in all areas of school life. With acts of kindness, Sabriin has noticed the positive impacts and encouraging responses she has been receiving and therefore is now choosing to manage distractions, and complete tasks to the best she can in class. This Sabriin is a delight to have in Dove Team, and an excellent role model for acts of kindness! Thank you.

YEAR 5 OWL - Muhudin

Wow. What an awesome week Muhudin has had. Muhudin has worked his socks off in class, managing his distractions brilliantly and completing tasks (including challenge tasks) to the very best of his ability. It has been noted by Mrs Sessions at lunchtimes that he is being kind and helpful to others and Mrs Steier has noticed this in the classroom too. Rachel has been impressed by his artistic talents when preparing sets for the year group performance. Well done Muhudin!

YEAR 6 EAGLE - Zineb

Zineb has had such a lovely attitude to this SATs week, supporting others and oozing positivity, ensuring that others are calm and confident for the tests. She has shown respect all week and has given everything 100% effort. Keep up those lovely vibes.


This person has approached the year 6 SATs with determination in her heart, resilience in her veins and a huge smile on her face. We are all so proud of the progress she has made throughout the year and how she has “showed off” her very best this week. Keep up the amazing attitude to learning you have moving forwards.


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