: March 2015
In our Friday Y6 led assemblies, we are now celebrating the Base with the best weekly attendance. Do help your child's Base to be winners of this Award! During this assembly we're also celebrating Stars of the Week, Birthdays, Head Teacher's Star of the Week, children are playing their instruments and sharing their achievements and we're thanking the teachers for the great learning opportunities that we've had during the week.
Star Awards so far this term
|Base 1||Jacob H, Jessica P, Monty H, Lj H, Marloe C, Teresa S, Daisy P,|
|Base 2||Frayer R, Natalie W, Linnea W, Max T, Benjamin D, Robert-John, Jonty E|
|Base 3||Ethan B, Ryan C, Jasmine G, James P, Annie M, Ben Ha|
|Base 4||Corey B, Sam D, Jemma L, Simeon W, Naomi C, Will H, Xander W|
|Base 5||Francesca G, Frankie M, Brooke D, Hannah B, Sophie W, James W, Harry L|
|Headteacher's Star Award||Chloe Von D, Grace R, Ruby W, Finley G, Libby B, Laura M, Jack P|
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