TERMLY AWARDS ARE LISTED ON THE INVESTORS IN PUPILS WEBPAGE
Investors In Pupils Awards Week Ending 13th March
ATTENDANCE WINNERS THIS WEEK CLASSES:
TRENT 99.33% 6F 97.99%
We had just 7 classes met school target of 97% attendance this week. Well done to them. Keep up the attendance. Remember EVERY DAY COUNTS!
Year EYFS (96.67%) and Year 6 (97.21%) HOUSE: Raleigh (96.21%)
Mid-Day Supervisor Award
KS1 TRENT KS2 6P
Cleanest Classroom Overall WinnersKS2 KS1
HOUSE POINTS COOK: 178 DRAKE: 158 LIVINGSTONE: 178 RALEIGH: 134
KS1 WINNER: COOK KS2 WINNER: LIVINGSTONE
OVERALL WINNER: COOK and LIVINGSTONE
Week commencing : 17th March 2020
WOW – Stanley B for always being kind to others. He plays
nicely with his friends and takes turns. Well done! J
Star writer – Rosie V for trying hard to write sentences
independently in phonics. She remembered to say the sentence out loud before
writing and sound out the words. Well done! J
Trent Class- For performing an excellent class assembly. All children spoke
clearly and sang well. Miss Pumfrett was very proud of you. J
WOW Jed S for bring a wonderful friend in Fleet Class. Jed
is always playing nicely with others and including him in his play. Jed
always makes sure no one is on their own!
Star Writer Dolly-Louise C has shown a great improvement
writing sentences on her own! You was able to sound out words to write what
the goats might say to the troll getting across the bridge!
– Peter C has been chosen as the worker of the week because he has come in
everyday with a smile on his face, despite being a new pupil to Engayne. On
Peter’s first day it was very busy with baking and making decorations for
café! He took it all in his stride J
Writer – Cristian C for writing excellent rhymes based on the book ‘My cat
likes to hide in boxes’. Cristian was very ambitious and attempted to rhyme
‘Hawaii’ with ‘calamari’!
– Amirah A for being such an excellent role model and well organised member
of 1BC. You are always helpful, smiley and polite. Well done!
Writer – Lalita R for excellent listening skills during Literacy. You used
rhyme well in your Cat Poem and your work was beautifully presented. Well
Star: Olivia P –
For a lovely rhyming verse about a cat from Scotland.
Wow – Fletcher C – For trying hard with all his work and
showing a lovely can do attitude.
Wow – Lewis M – Lewis has been chosen as the worker of the
week because he always tries his very best in every subject. He always
concentrates, participates in class discussions and perseveres to complete
tasks aswell as embracing any challenges given to him. Keep up the good work
Star Writer – Sadie Q – Sadie has been chosen as the star
writer this week because she wrote a fantastic ‘wanted’ poster describing a
character from our book ‘Zoo’. She included adjectives, conjunctions and
similes in her description as well as using her best handwriting. Well done
Wow- Elizabeth P- Elizabeth has been chosen as the worker of the
week because she has been concentrating so hard with all of her work. She has
been trying hard to complete all of her work in the time she has been given
and has been trying to complete extra work and challenges as well. Well done
Star Writer – Nitara A – Nitara has been chosen as star writer
because she wrote amazing speech bubbles this week in her English work. She
really thought about what the character might say and even wrote a joke. Well
Star Writer- Mair L- Mair created a fantastic wanted
poster where she used a simile and some adjectives to describe a character
from our book. She also has started to use some conjunctions such as
‘because’. When learning about direct speech Mair also was able to use
different words to said. Well done.
WOW- Jayden- I am so pleased with Jayden’s change in
attitude to his learning. He has really been trying hard to make the correct
choices. Well done Jayden, I am very proud.
Louie P- for his fantastic persuasive writing. He created an advert for a
holiday to Narnia with superlatives, rhetorical questions and punctuated it
perfectly. Well done, Louie!
Valentino M – Valentino has tried
super hard this week! He worked independently to complete his maths quiz and
used his best handwriting in English.
Star writer –
Isaac A – Isaac produced a very persuasive advert on children and their
families travelling to Narnia. He used conjunctions to explain and tried to
use ambitious adjectives. Well done!
WOW – Charlie
P – Charlie has been seen numerous times this week supporting others around
him. In maths he enjoys a challenge but if his partner is stuck he will
selflessly give up 1 minute of his time to check they understand too and can
both carry on. Star!
Alfie M ;He created an advert for a holiday to Narnia with superlatives,
rhetorical questions and imaginative description. Well done Alfie
D for always working hard in class and trying to complete tasks to the best
of her ability.
Mia C: Mia has been awarded the star writer for this week for writing a great
character profile plan of Little Bull from ‘The Indian in the Cupboard’. Mia
practised writing embedded clauses and using a variety of interesting
pronouns. Well done Mia!
WOW- Emily W:
Emily has got this week’s Worker of the week award for her consistent hard
work in all lessons. She is always one of the first children showing that she
is ready to learn, she listens well and tries her best in all lessons. Keep
it up Emily!
Ava W-H: Ava wrote a brilliant character profile plan of Little Bull from
‘Indian in the Cupboard’. Ava used varied openers and embedded clauses in her
work. Well done Ava!
P: Vaishik always tries hard in
lessons and puts lots of effort into his work! Keep up the good work!
4C Wow – Lucy P – For always being a well behaved member of
our class and setting a good example to her peers. Well done, Lucy.
Star Writer –
Harry W – wrote a super description of
Little Bull using excellent embedded clauses and alternate pronouns. Good job!
WOW: Keira S for being able to state the
value of pi to an incredible number of decimal places.
Emma G for a very well written newspaper report based on the events of the
Battle of Marathon. Emma was able to use the passive voice to help her create
reported tone throughout her article.
WOW: Emily N
– for the dynamic way she opens 5A’s class assembly. She is loud, clear and
Star writer: Ruby
B – for a terrific description of
Count Olaf (from the Lemony Snickett series), that showed the reader what he
was like, rather than simply telling them.
Megan M for some lovely descriptive writing this week. Megan was able to
describe the evil Count Olaf and her description brought the character alive.
WOW – James C
for working really hard in everything he has done this week. James has shown
great thinking skills this week. Keep it up!
writer: Archie B. Archie showed a good awareness of the features of
persuasive writing, when planning a complaint letter about an awful holiday
experience. Super work, Archie!
D and Zakee M. Evie and Zakee were able to recite Pi to 100 digits, in last
week’s National Pi Day assembly. Evie managed to recall over 100 digits and
Zakee competed the challenge at a full gallop. Super work, guys!
SW: Thomas V: For producing a detailed letter of
complaint about a disastrous visit to a hotel. He made his reasons for
complaining very clear, backed his points up with believable examples and
used persuasion to show why he should get a refund. Excellent work, Thomas!
WOW: Gabi M: For
successfully demonstrating a range of skills during basketball lessons and
also great sportsmanship when playing in team games. Well done Gabi.
STAR – Lucie J – for working hard to use persuasive
language and strong reasons to construct a letter of complaint
WOW – Miley A – for always working hard in class and
trying to complete tasks to the best of her ability.