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Awards, Celebrations, Assemblies and Challenge Days
We launched our new ‘charter chairs’ this week to fit in with our new jigsaw scheme. William year 1, Danny year 2, Ashleigh year 3, George year 4, Abi year 5 and Cisco year 6 were the children nominated by their class teacher to sit on the charter chairs with class jigsaw pieces. Well done to you all!
Year 5 was showing work this week and year 3 read the prayer.
Year 2017 – 2018
It was a good week for Ellis who recieved a seat on the strength bench and a Care Courtesy and Consideration certificate.
Bumblebee Class and Fox Class had the highest attendance this week so attendance ted will be spending time in both classes this week.
Year 5 also showed off their fantastic artwork.
Kayla, Poppy and Jake took their places on the strength bench this week. Alex showing off her CCC certificate.
Week 4 – Excitedly sitting on the strength bench ans showing their special work
Week 2 – Lots of 100% certificates for were handed out.
Year 5 showed the rest of the school some lovely pieces of writing they had created for Remembrance Day.
Sophie and Theo were very excited to be on the strength bench this week.
Two beautiful prayers were written and read out by year 3 children.
Bishop Trevor came to our assembly to award us with £300 voucher for winning ‘Kent is Delicious’, which was a cooking competition for all primary school run by the Diocese of Canterbury. Four pupils from Year five represented the school and cooked some lovely pancakes and fresh local produce (see Food Tech page for further information). They each received a £10 voucher too. Bishop Trevor then toured the school, he was delighted to take questions from each class, and wrote to Mrs Pearson congratulating her on such a lovely time spent with us.
Year 2016- 2017
Kiera Woods and Sonny Edwards were presented with certificates on Wednesday the 28th June after winning the Primary Links Art Competition 2017, ‘On My Doorstep’, inspired by the impressionists, at the Abbey School.
We all dressed up as our favourite characters to celebrate World Book Day.
Week 3 and Year 5 have an assembly on Martin Luther King
Week 7 As we end our first term-
Awesome author’s this week goes to:
Bumblebee class are rewarded with a non-school uniform day after half term to the highest scoring attendance calculated on average over the whole term.
Week 5 Challenge Day saw us all as detectives – using Forensic Science we learnt all about crime scenes and finger prints – it was a great day where we solved a crime!!!! (it was pretend!)
Term Six Celebration Assembly
Year 4 Assembly
Year 4 have been studying Ancient Greece, on Tuesday they performed their version on King Midas with the Golden Touch in their Assembly May 2016.
Every Friday Our Celebration Assembly Rewards and recognises good efforts and achievements, February 2016:
Jennifer from “Perform for Schools” came in to school to tell us about
caring for our planet. Year R, 1 and 2 became climate superheroes. We
really enjoyed the workshops and learned about looking after our
plants and animal
Celebration Assembly on 12/12/2015 – lots of well deserved efforts being rewarded
Challenge Day – Lego
We are again being involved in the ‘Inspire to Achieve & Celebrate’ Programme’ running throughout this year where we
will be looking at the six ways to Wellbeing with Miss Tapsell and Mrs Deacon – watch here for further news!
Celebration Assembly October 2nd
On the strength bench this week we congratulate Maddison (year 3), Kynton (year 5), Liam (year 6), Rhiannon (year 1), Leah (year 3) and Kieron (year 2).
Rowling class performed an Egyptian Song that they have been learning as part of their topic. It was fantastic!!! Rebecca learned that the Egyptians had mummies and their was Egyptian writing called hieroglyphics. Brooke learned that Cleopatra became a Pharaoh when she was 18.
This week we presented a £5 WH Smith voucher to three lucky winners for their effort in reading; they were Oliver (year 4), Riley (year 2) and Louis (year 5). 6 more children have been chosen as super readers this week. There raffle tickets have been put into the box ready for the next draw. Good luck!
There were lots of children in the golden book this week for their super work throughout the week. We have had children celebrated in Maths, English and Topic. All of year 2 were put in the golden book this week for using the iPads in ICT, taking photographs. Well done Bronte!
Well done to Bodleian House who won the total of house points this week with 238 house points.
The new football team was also announced so well done to all those boys.
Celebration Assembly September 18th
A big well done to those who were on the strength bench today; Phoenix, Caitlen, Jade, Thomas and Skyla. They have shown brilliant character strengths this week including self control, love of learning and creativity.
One of our awesome authors this week was FreddyLee in Year 4, well done!
We also congratulate Anderson Class on being presented a certificate for 100% attendance, the first class this term.
Our house point winner this week goes to Alexandria house with a total of 213 house points across the school. They have been our winner two weeks in a row.
Year 5 had the opportunity to share wonderful work from this week. Children wanted to show their pellet drums and kites that they made in extra activities and three children showed their final draft of their chronological report. Well done Shakespeare!
To conclude our celebration assembly this week, a prayer was written by Rowling Class, read by Poppy and Isobel.
Click here to see the Wall of Achievement Awards for March 19th
Click here to see the Wall of Achievement Awards for March 6th
Key Stage 1 have Celebrated Chinese New Year and gave a presentation to the entire school
Grace Bush and Joshua Walker (Year 6) School council wrote an invitation to Mrs Whitehead inviting her to join our celebration assembly on Friday 10th October 2014 to celebrate her dedication and service at Teynham Primary School. Mrs Whitehead was then presented with some flowers and a card made by the whole school during the assembly.
Rowling class found Challenge day was exciting with lots to puzzle over