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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: Understanding

Monkey: Theodore

Child’s Name

Reason

Yr R Cactus

Kayla-Mai Godman

For teaching Miss Boulter new things at the farm about horses!

Yr R Snapdragons

Aaron Winn

For being fabulous and understanding all the instructions at the farm!

Yr 1 Willows

Scarlett Silvester

For being a kind and helpful friend.

Yr 1 Monkey Trees

Lucas McGowan

What a fantastic week, with a great attitude and hard work. Well done Lucas – keep it up!

Yr 2 Bumblebees

Jack Carter

For always trying his best and for showing confidence when speaking in front of the class.

Yr 2 Grasshoppers

Lily-Jo Redman

For showing fantastic understanding about homophones and compound words in English and for always working hard.

Yr 3 Crocodiles

Charlie Lambe

You are a poet and we know it! What an excellent limerick you wrote. Well done.

Yr 3 Alligators

Dylan Flux

For behaving so well and enjoying the trip to Staunton so much. Thank you.

Yr 4 Mackerels

Paris-Louise Birch

For being a superstar all year and being brave enough to feed and stroke the animals on our trip.

Yr 4 Guppies

Mykey Smith

For being an incredible member of the year group and becoming a superstar in Maths (and even in art!)

Yr 5 Puffins

Traviss Robinson

For his great enthusiasm towards the art gallery. Well done Traviss.

Yr 5 Owls

Lily Tindall

For a brilliant year in Year 5 – she is certainly ready for Year 6!

Yr 6 Baboons

Millie Kirk

For 100% attendance this week! (And for a matching level of effort!)

Yr 6 Dolphins

Samuel Mounce

For being helpful, productive and witty – better late than never!

Cosmic Curriculum

Jack Silvester

For being kind and helpful with another member of the year group by showing them a game and explaining the rules.

Special Award

Maddie Pearce

For trying to come to school when she felt poorly because she was so keen to get 100% attendance this year.