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Stars of the Week

We are very proud of our childrens’ positive learning attitudes, the way they behave and show our Warren Park monkey values.

Every week children are chosen to be star of the week and presented with a certificate and badge/reward during Monday morning assembly.

Children are chosen by staff across the school, particularly if they are demonstrating the values linked to our weekly theme.

British Values Theme: Determination

Monkey: Esther

Child’s Name


Yr R Cactus

Nancy Poole For trying so hard in her lessons. Well done.

Yr R Snapdragons

Phoebe Carver For trying so hard in her learning time. Well done.

Yr 1 Willows

Kacie-Mai Lambe For always trying so hard in her learning groups. Well done.

Yr 1 Monkey Trees

Elliott Thomas For trying really hard in his lessons and producing some fabulous work.

Yr 2 Bumblebees

Theo McKenna He continues to go from strength to strength and he is working so hard!

Yr 2 Grasshoppers

Lucas McGowan He has worked really hard to be sensible, mature and contribute well to class. Well done. 🙂

Yr 3 Crocodiles

Dawson White For showing great determination when coding in Scratch.

Yr 3 Alligators

Katie Sweatman For always showing determination with her learning.

Yr 4 Mackerels

Jacob Mortimer For great contributions in Science and Geography.

Yr 4 Guppies

Savannah Gomm For amazing determination both at  home and school to improve her handwriting. Well done.

Yr 5 Puffins

Junior Peckham For an amazing week in all subjects especially English where he has done work at home. Well done.

Yr 5 Owls

Oakley Smith For trying exceptionally hard to catch up with his English and Maths. Keep it up!

Yr 6 Baboons

Abbie Smithson For being so determined to improve her arithmetic score – and achieving her goal! Well done!

Yr 6 Dolphins

Harmony Anderson For being such a motivated young lady all year – she is a great example of a Year 6 child. Well done!

Cosmic Curriculum

Darcie Plomer For being a super Scientist!

Special Award