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A massive well done to all the following children in Y6MB…

Beat That

Bella and Grace both scored their highest score so far – well done!

Yad, Jessica, Heba, Jake, Husnain and Ruo Xi all scored 65 or over – Well done!

CLIC

Yad, Saleem, Ryley, Emily, Lewis, Haris, Olivia, Mason, Ben, Husnain and Ruo Xi all achieved their best score in CLIC this week. Top work all.

Spelling

A huge well done to Saleem, Jessica, Heba, Ben and Husnain for getting 10/10.

Harry, Olivia and Shane have all scored their highest score this term – keep working hard

Star of the week this week is Grace for great maths and writing 🙂

Thanks for a (mainly) good week. See you on Monday!

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Improving this week in our CLIC test were Iman, Cole, Kaden, Kyle A, Cody, Noah, Isabella, Madison, Archie, Taylor, Alfie, Connie.  Pranavasree and Lucy also deserve a special mention as they both did very well scoring 11.

In Beat That this week we have these lovely children have scored 60 or above or reached their best score this half term: Iman, Kyle A, Cody, Noah, Bella, Maisy, Hasan, Archie, Pranavasree, Gabriella, Taylor and Lucy.  Also Insha and Connie got the full 72.

People that did well in spellings this week are: Insha and Hasan scoring 10 / 10 and getting their best score this half term were Bella, Kayla and Gabriella.

The postcard this week goes to Noah for his positivity and enthusiasm in all areas of learning.

Online Safety

Last week, we had four sessions on online safety. We had many interesting discussions – especially about keeping our personal information private online. It was interesting to hear about the range of games the children play and the many different ways they communicate with each other on various platforms and social media. As a parent, it is always worth making sure you know who they are communicating with and that they know what to do if things go wrong. Here are two examples of posters our children have made, showing advice they would give to others in the online world.

Friday fun

It might have been damp and dull outside today but inside we still had fun.

We did a workout for around 30 minutes, we got hot, sweaty and tired and at times it was difficult to keep going. We need to work on our stamina.

For golden time we got a whole range of things out all whilst we had biscuit and bun decorating happening in the group room.

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Beat That

All of these magnificent children scored above 60 or had their best ever score:

  • Yad
  • Chloe
  • Saleem
  • Riley
  • Jessica
  • Nevaeh
  • Lewis
  • Heba
  • Grace
  • Jake
  • Husnain
  • Shane
  • Ellie
  • Willa
  • Ruo Xi

Well done to all of you.

CLIC

Lots of improvements with regards to CLIC to – finally we had a week were most children got the addition and subtraction correct. J

  • Willa
  • Ellie
  • Shane
  • Saleem
  • Logan
  • Riley
  • Jessica
  • Isabella
  • Lewis
  • Ryley
  • Grace
  • Emily
  • Mason
  • Bronson
  • Husnain
  • Harry

Spellings

Not as successful with the spellings but some successes:

  • Yad
  • Heba
  • Bronson
  • Ben
  • Jessica
  • Chloe
  • Ruo Xi
  • Jake
  • Haris

Well done to all. Can we please make sure we practise our CLIC gap and spelling please.

Thanks for all your hard work.

Friday celebrations

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The headline news is that Insha and Pranavasree both scored top scores of 12 / 12 on their CLIC test and 10 / 10 in their spellings. Insha also got the full 72 in the Beat That. Fantastic work, well done girls.

In our CLIC test Kaden, Cody, Harley, Evie, Kayla, Arlo, Maisy, Hasan, Archie, Kuranveer, Nakeisha, Connie and Lucy have all improved their scores.

In the Beat That we had Cole, Cody, Kyle B, Noah, Christie, Isabella, Evie, Kayla, Arlo, Marley, Maisy, Hasan, Madison, Kuranveer, Gabriella, Taylor, Alfie and Lucy all improve on last week.

Spelling – Fantastic work from Madison and Connie who also scored 10 / 10. The only other person to mention is Archie who has improved his score from last week.

There is still a lot of improvement to be made in the spelling for a lot of children and many of them have admitted that they did not practice.

Our postcard this week goes to Christie who over the last two weeks to has got on the rocket for timestables and passed her handwriting.