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Published on Monday 15 July 2019 by Crook Primary.


Dojo Champs

Published on Friday 28 June 2019 by Crook Primary.

28 June 2019

Reception - Karl Coulson
1 - Jessica Knighton
2 - Joshua Coleman
3 - Sophie Scott
5 - Alfie Sanderson, Oliver Harris, Rihanna Longmoore
6 - Amy-Rose Robinson

 


Pupil of the Month

Published on Thursday 27 June 2019 by Crook Primary.

Today we announced our pupils of the month for June 2019.

RR - Mia Gibson

My pupil of the month goes to the incredible Mia Gibson. This young lady is a truly wonderful role model to have in the Reception unit. She has a thirst for learning which is inspiring. Mia has gained so much knowledge and understanding proving that she is more than ready for the next step in her academic journey. Words cannot describe how phenomenally talented this girl is. Not only is Mia hardworking, she is also a fantastic friend to everybody in Reception. She is kind, generous and caring, it is no wonder that she has had such an impact on both the children and staff in Reception. Keep shining, Mia! Well done! 

RS - Anya Atkinson

Anya has made amazing leaps and bounds in her Maths and Phonics work. She is growing in confidence each and every day. Anya you are working extremely hard and it shows in the amazing progress you have made this term. You a joy to teach and always brighten up our day. Well done you super star! Keep up the hard work!

1D - Tyler Newton

Mr Hutchinson and I are so thrilled to announce that Tyler is our pupil of the month as he is always such a delightful personality to have in the classroom! Tyler has lovely manners and always remembers to say please and thank you. He is beginning to work on tasks for longer periods of time and he is particularly brilliant in drama! Tyler has developed a love for story books and can often be found flicking through a book. Keep up the hard work Tyler, you are a wonderful little boy!

1L - Matthew Harris 

Congratulations to Matthew for being 1L’s Pupil of the Month! Matthew has shown fantastic improvement in his attitude and behaviour for learning over this past month and I couldn’t be prouder! He has worked enthusiastically to complete all his tasks in the given time and to a good standard. It has been wonderful to see Matthew learn to love subjects that he once had little interest in, and now he can’t wait for the next lesson! Well done Matthew and keep up the hard work! 

1M - Noah Wilkinson

1M’s Pupil of the Month award goes to Noah Wilkinson! Noah is a very intelligent young man with a fantastic sense of humour. He has produced some outstanding work over the past year and has gone from strength to strength in his writing. More recently, Noah has taken a real pride in his work ensuring he puts in 100% every lesson! Well done Noah! A very well deserved award!

2G - Lucy Donaldson

My Pupil of the Month this month is awarded to Lucy Donaldson. Lucy is a kind, caring and helpful member of the class. She works extremely hard in all lessons, taking part in discussions and completing her work with 100% effort. She is a great role model to have in 2G as she always follows instructions and listens carefully. I am so proud of her and believe she is more than ready for Year 3. Well done Lucy!

2N - Joshua Coleman

2N’s pupil of the month goes to Joshua Coleman. Joshua is an absolute joy to have in the classroom. He is helpful, kind to others and has shown huge improvements in his work this year. He has shown great determination in improving his presentation skills and his approach to learning is fantastic. Joshua loves to get involved in class discussions and I love having him in my class.

3A - Holly Miller

I am so proud of Holly's attitude and maturity over the last term. I have seen her become a lot more resilient and really start to take pride in her work. Her target this year was to develop a growth mindset and I have seen great steps in Holly becoming a lot more open minded and persevere when things are tricky. She has made great progress, particularly with her reading and is really doing her best to develop the speed in which she approaches her writing and arithmetic. Well done, Holly. This new attitude will be sure to take you far. Keep it up!

3F - Devon Taylor

3F's pupil of the month goes to a wonderful member of 3F. This young lady makes me proud every single day. She has grown in confidence and shows real resilience and determination in her work. I am so pleased with the progress she has made this term and throughout the year. Well done Devon Taylor 

4M - James Nicholson

James is a fantastic member of year 4. He is enthusiastic about learning and can be relied upon to participate in class discussions. James is extremely helpful and polite around the classroom. He has worked on his effort in lessons, and as a result is becoming a much more independent learner. Keep up the hard work!

4R - David Miller

I am incredibly proud to announce David Miller as 4R's pupil of the month. David has made enormous progress regarding being part of a whole class and is now contributing to class discussion regularly. He is particularly good at engaging with our class story and is becoming more confident when speaking in front of others. I hope he keeps it up. Well done, David!

5A - Isobel Micklethwait

Isobel has had a strong finish to Year 5. She is someone who knows her weaknesses and tries her hardest to improve these. Isobel is a resilient girl and if she continues with the effort she has shown she is capable of having a successful year in Year 6!

5T - Eve Barker

5T’s pupil of the month for June is Eve Barker. This is because Eve is always on task and always ready to learn. She demonstrates her ‘sapphire power’ by focussing on every challenge she is set. In addition to this, Eve is a happy and kind member of the class, who is always supporting her friends and making them laugh. Eve gives 100% effort in everything she does and is a great role model to all of the children in her class and around the school. 

6O - Abi Fairhurst

Abi has been a wonderful pupil to have in 6O this month. She has gone above and beyond in many ways, including taking part in writing challenges outside of school, as well as sharing her work with the class. Abi has really impressed me with her attitude and willingness to contribute to lessons; she has done an excellent job at filling in for absent children during performance practice and always volunteers in any way that she can. Keep it up Abi!


Weekly Awards

Published on Saturday 22 June 2019 by Crook Primary.

21 June 2019

Pupil of the Week

RR Lucas James Cairns
RS Brax Close
1L Grace Tate
1M Fiona Norman
1D Jessica Tingle
2G Thomas Watret
2N James Cannon
3A Caleb Glaister
4M Thomas Smith
4R Danny Bailes
5A Michael Oughton
5T Isabella Slack
6L London children

Challenge Awards

RR Mia Gibson
RS Cameron Evans
1L Harrison Pollack
1M Jessica Knighton
1D Jia Jia Yang
2G Lewis Grey
2N Emily Hall
3A Ella Turner
3F Christe King -Belshaw
4R Samantha Davison
5A Lexie- Mai Lambert Cousins
5T Ava Bell
6L London children

Dojo Champ

R Cameron Evans
1 Ethan Crawford
2 Harry Fairhurst
3 Lily Pounder
4 Danny Bailes
5 Alfie Sanderson
6 Amy-Rose Robinson


Well done to 3A Miss Adlington's class for this weeks best class attendance; 99.7%

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