Celebrating success

Each term, one child from every class is chosen as the 'Learning Champion', if they have shown excellent behaviour or outstanding learning. 

Learning Champions are presented with a certificate and given a special sticker at our Friday celebration assembly. They are also invited to afternoon tea with the Headteacher or Deputy Head!

This terms Learning Champions are:


This person is such a delight to have in class. He is kind and cares for his friends. He always tries so hard and perseveres in his learning to achieve his best. He has great ideas and is always asking interesting questions. Well done Suber!


Asenat is always looking for challenge and will persevere until she has succeeded. She also enjoys supporting and guiding other children to complete their challenges and will celebrate their achievements with them. She is a kind and friendly girl and always has a smile on her face.


Hamda has really shown a change in attitude towards her work this term and now manages her distractions. As a result she is now becoming a fantastic author and writes very creative pieces that not only impress myself and Vicki, but also other adults within the school. Hamda is also a role model for others in the class. She always shows respect to others, is kind and the first to look after others when they are upset. She is a pleasure to teach. Thank you for putting a smile on my face this term. Well done Hamda!

YEAR 1 ELMER - Fardowsa

Fardowsa has approached everything this term with enthusiasm and a positive attitude. Her name is littered with silver and golds every day for being a role model and incredibly helpful. She has moved to the challenge group for maths and writing where she embraces every new thing thrown at her. As a result of this, she is making excellent progress and is someone I can really rely on. You have made me very proud Fardowsa!

YEAR 2 BFG - Ayman

Ayman has matured during his time in Year 2. He is always absorbed in his learning and puts in 100% effort. He has developed his perseverance and has become a more resilient learner. He is now helping others to make the write choices and all the adults in Year 2 have noticed an improvement in his behaviour and attitude.


Muhamed has proved this week that he can make manage his distractions and he can make sensible choices in the playground, on the carpet and at this table. He has been working hard to be more resilient with his learning and not rush to finish. I hope to continue seeing Muhamed on green, silver or gold on the behaviour board. Keep it up!

Year 3 WOODPECKER - Mahamed S

Mahamed’s learning has improved tremendously since we first met in term 1 due to his absorption and perseverance in all that he does. He is always ready, focused and listening both on the carpet and at his table and is always willing to learn from his mistakes. I also want to say a huge thank you to this learning champion for being such a helpful, caring member of woodpecker class. Mahamed is a brilliant friend to his classmates and a true pleasure to have around. I’m particularly grateful for the enormous smile I’m greeted with each day ! A huge well done and thank you for being you Mahamed.


Our learning champion consistently strives to do his best across all of his learning. He listens carefully, shares ideas and makes links across his learning. He is highly resilient, always persevering in the face of challenge and revises his work in the light of feedback. Our champion is an excellent collaborator, able to work well with everyone in the class and support them with their learning. They are always polite and courteous and show the best very of Hannah More all day every day!

YEAR 4 SWIFT - Kortni 

For always getting on with her learning without a fuss! She loves to support her friends with their work as well as question herself to improve her own understanding of the work set. I am really proud of the way she has shown resilience and perseverance in her maths in particular this term and has taken her struggles and put in extra effort to improve in this subject. Well done and keep it up!


Husam has worked incredibly hard this term. He has shown real perseverance and resilience in his learning, particularly in English and Maths. He has wowed me with his engagement during inputs, always putting his hand up to answer (and ask) questions to improve his learning. He has become a really trustworthy member of our team, always offering to be helpful around the class which has resulted in him getting to gold every week!

YEAR 5 DOVE - Ines

Ines has been incredibly dedicated to herself this term, and is a great example of when you commit yourself to a target or goal you can achieve exceptional results. Ines is always the first person ready, engaged and enthusiastic to begin with the days learning. I can trust Ines to work independently and know when I open her book at the end of the day, it’s going to reflect her best work. Ines also shows a lot of subtle kindness throughout the school day by ensuring her peers are doing what they should be too. This has resulted in Ines achieving gold every week!

YEAR 5 OWL - Sumaiya

During this school year this Sumaiya has made amazing progress across all her subjects. In English and Maths she is has grown in resilience and has increasingly managed her distractions to produce better and better work. Sumaiya asks some awesome questions during lesson time and always considers her answers carefully. She is polite and kind to others which also has a positive impact on their learning in class as they too come in happy and resilient.

YEAR 6 EAGLE - Salma

The learning skill champion in Kestrel has come on in leaps and bounds with her learning... and she knows it! She is now much more independent when learning. She has been making a real effort to distil her tasks- breaking down the steps and dealing with them one by one to make her learning manageable. She collaborates well with all members of the class and asks for support, only when needed. I’m particularly impressed with this and how far she has come with her reading and writing.


Aisha’s can-do attitude has been the key to her success this term and I have loved seeing her confidence in her abilities grow and grow throughout the past 7 weeks, particularly the 5 weeks of hard work she put in before SATs week! She shows determination to show off her best learning at all times and a resilience to keep trying when she faces challenges. What a star learner


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