Weekly Awards

Published on Friday 12 October 2018 by Crook Primary.

12 October 2018

Pupil of the Week

RR Teddy Buston
RS Sophie Umpleby
1L Poppy Wallace
1M Ruby Cleary
1D Jia Jia Yang
2G Beth Sewell
2N Rosie Stobart
3A Rhys Mills
3F Archie Burgess
4M Leon Thompson
4R Annabelle Warriner
5A Logan Heslop
5T Taylor Wilkinson
6H Shannon Alderson
6L Ella Parker
6O Joe Morris

Challenge Awards

RR Charlie Miller
RS Joe Hird
1L Joey Crossley
1M Shay Cavagin
1D Gracie- Lea Henry
2G Amelia Defy-Wallace
2N Kenny Raine
3A Caleb Glaister
3F Alfie Hogarth
4M Ashton Garland
4R Ellie Coulson
5A Savannah Pearson
5T Daniel Hobbs
6H Alisha Barker
6L Megan Watts
6O Kyrell O'Connor
 

Dojo Champs

R Imogen McManus
1 Gracie- Lea Henry
2 Harry Fairhurst
3 Emma Riley
5 Sarah Frost


Weekly Awards

Published on Friday 28 September 2018 by Crook Primary.

28 September 2018

Pupil of the Week

RR Theia Allwood
RS Alanah Coates
1L Grace Tate
1M Noah Embleton
1D Jessica Tingle
2G Poppie Allchurch
2N Kenny Raine
3A Grace Maskell
3F Devon Taylor
4M Symone Meisuria
4R Benjamin Symcox
5A Harry Ward
5T Devon Clark
6L Charlotte Healer
6O Jake Copping

Challenge Awards

RR Dalisha-Marie Stannard
RS Sammy Cummings
1L Matthew Harris
1M Harriet Parvin
1D Tyler Newton
2G Harriet Cummings
2N Ava Anderson
3A Evie Abbott
3F Hollie Poulter
4R Bradley Hodgson
5T Ava Bell
6H Jack Swan
6L Abbie Dowsey
6O Kyrell O'Connor
 

Dojo Champs

R Millie Seaton-Laws
1 Isabella Hanley
2 Joshua Coleman
3 Leah Hardy & Christy King Belshaw
4 Harry Todd
5 Isobel Micklethwait & Brooke Henry
6 Eve Barnes


Pupil of the Month

Published on Friday 28 September 2018 by Crook Primary.

Today we announced our pupils of the month for September 2018.

RR - Mia Gibson
My pupil of the month goes to the wonderful Mia Gibson. This little girl has settled into school life extremely well and has proved that she was more than ready for school. Mia is keen to challenge herself and enjoys learning new things. She has been an incredible member of our class and has helped children to do the right thing across the unit. Mia is a truly delightful little girl. Well done, Mia!

RS - Tom Dobson
Hats off to Tom Dobson for being RS's Pupil of the Month! Tom has settled into Reception with ease and is a valued member of the class. Tom shows magnificent behaviour in the unit and is always participating fully in lessons. Keep up the hard work Tom. Well done on an amazing month!

1D - Isabella Cole
My first pupil of the month goes to a little girl who is so eager to learn. She relishes any challenges given to her and always works incredibly hard. This young lady is more than happy to work through things she finds tricky. She has impressed me with her reading and writing in the first few weeks in year one and I am excited to see how much more she will flourish. She is such a delightful pupil who is a pleasure to teach!

1L - Rosaleigh Patton
Congratulations to Rosaleigh Patton for being 1L's Pupil of the Month. Throughout September, she has shown great enthusiasm for learning, enjoyed helping others and has settled in well to Year 1. Rosaleigh takes great care in her presentation and is always ready to learn on the carpet. Well done Rosaleigh and keep up the hard work!

1M - Fiona Norman
1M's first Pupil of the Month award goes to Fiona Norman. Fiona has had an exception start to year one. She is extremely helpful to both myself and other children in the classroom. Her manners are beautiful and have been commented upon by other members of staff also. Fiona is already showing progress in her reading and writing. She is very resilient and will always persevere until a task is complete. Well done Fiona!

2G - Brooke Dawson
My pupil of the month this month is awarded to Brooke Dawson. Brooke works extremely hard in school and produces some very good work. She always listens carefully to instructions and is a brilliant role model. Well done for all of your hard work this month Brooke. I am very proud!

2N - Rianne Featherstone
September’s pupil of the month goes to Rianne Featherstone. Rianne has made a fantastic start to the year. She is a responsible and conscientious learner and is always looking at ways to improve her work. She is a wonderful friend and a brilliant help in the classroom. Well done Rianne and keep up the amazing work.

3A - Steed Cleary
Steed has started year 3 with an exemplary attitude towards school, his activities and other children in the class. He always sets a superb, mature example to his peers and takes a responsible approach towards his learning. He is a pleasure to have in class and consistently shows commendable behaviour. I am very proud to have him in my class. Well done, Steed.

3F - Kesha Barker
September's pupil of the month goes to a very determined young lady. She has worked hard this month in all aspects of learning and really challenged herself. She has made a massive improvement in her handwriting. Well done Kesha Barker, I am so proud!

4M - Ryan Donaldson
Ryan thoroughly deserves pupil of the month as he has put 100% effort into everything. He has participated well in class discussions and has shown that he is able to complete tasks independently. Ryan is very kind, caring and always has a big smile on his face ready to learn. His manners are impeccable and he is a fabulous role model to those around him. Keep up the great attitude Ryan, well done!

4R - Harry Todd
4R's pupil of the month is Harry Todd. Harry is an outstanding role model for pupils in our school, he always followed instructions and challenges himself to complete his work to his full potential. He is constantly kind to others and tries his best to make others happy. Harry is an asset to our class. Well done!

5A - Lexie-Mai Lambert-Cousins
Lexie-Mai has been an absolute superstar so far in Year 5. She is someone who consistently gives 100% and is a good friend to all others in the class. Lexie-Mai has been like a second teacher helping others when they need it and giving others ideas to support them. She is always polite and helpful and an excellent role model. Well done Lexie-Mai!

5T - Lily Whitaker
5T's pupil of the month is Lily Whitaker. She has made an excellent start to Year 5 by striving to meet every challenge that she has been set. She has shown determination to improve her writing and her enthusiasm for our topic 'Ancient Greeks' has been wonderful to see. Keep up the fantastic work Lily!

6H - Delta Hoult
Delta has been chosen as ‘Pupil of the Month’ for numerous reasons. She has settled into class 6H with ease and is a helpful and supportive member of the class. Delta embraces all class ‘challenges’ with ‘gusto’ and makes sure she achieves her personal best. Even when Delta struggles with a new concept she demonstrates resilience and perseverance. In addition to all of these reasons she can always be found with a smile upon her face and a story to share.

6O - Niamh Walls
I am pleased to say that the Pupil of the Month in my class is none other than Niamh Walls. Although she is a new starter to our school, Niamh has gelled so well with the rest of the class and has become an important member of 6O. She has given every challenge that has been set a go without fuss, showing an excellent, mature attitude. Niamh has worked particularly hard in English and is making improvements in all areas. Keep it up Niamh, you're a star!


Well done to 5T Miss Taylor's class for this weeks best class attendance; 100%

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