Curriculum enhancement STEM Club As well as actively engaging our students with practical activities during the lessons, we also run a STEM Club where students have the chance to take part in different scientific investigations. It is designed to have scientific experimentation at the forefront. Typically, students will carry out a series of planned investigations and communicate their findings to each other in a safe and stimulating environment.
Evie Manion for becoming much more confident when writing independently Monroe Murphy for showing fantastic determination and stamina when running long distances in PE.
Aiza Bashir for fantastic effort and enthusiasm when preparing for her part in our assembly. River Farrell for always being enthusiastic when sharing his mathematical knowledge during our maths lessons.
Delilah Oakley- Holt for some fantastic throwing of the discus in our PE lesson. Class 2 B Samsoon Shamshad for trying really hard with his spelling in all of his writing. Zane Watson for trying really hard with his writing and consistently producing excellent work.
Isabelle shows determination and never gives up. Class 2 G Farrah Findlay for trying really hard with her writing ensuring her finger spaces are clear.
Alex Waterhouse for super jumping and great technique in PE. Leo Taylor for working really hard and making a big effort with his writing in every subject.
Class 3 EM Erin Lopez for developing confidence during maths lessons and learning to have a go! Julia Cichocka for being a quiet but committed member of the class who always tries her best.
Liam Cranny for being our handwriting hero this week. Clark Mariano for writing a great poem, sharing his ideas and using lovely handwriting. Class 3 D Elizabeth McManus for an exceptional act of kindness that was an inspiration to all around her.
Brody Carpenter for a wonderful effort to produce a thrilling adventure story. Tomiwa Talabi for producing superb poetry based on calligrams. Harry Smyth for making massive efforts to write with thought and care.
Alexander Stokoe for always having an excellent attitude towards his work. Alex Aspinall for working hard with his fractions and decimals. James Salt for having exemplary manners at all times and a thoughtful attitude towards others. Joseph Joby for excellent understanding in maths and for always helping others.
Rosa Stead for always being a kind and considerate member of the class and a fantastic role model. Class 5 P Leon McGuigan for excellent progress with his writing.
He should be very proud of the work he has produced. Jessica Bailey for always putting an enormous amount of effort and enthusiasm into all her work and for making great progress.
Oscar Kershaw for excellent contribution to our science investigation and great use of scientific vocabulary when making careful observations. Class 5 W Alfie Pinnington for achieving excellent scores in his weekly spelling tests.
James Cooper for writing a thoughtful and caring prayer to help a Year 6 pupil next week. Class 6 N Ebony Doherty for trying really hard in her maths work.
Ebony is really showing how good she can be. Sadie Timmis for always trying her best in class, always having a positive attitude and making excellent progress.
Florence Rhodes for showing great focus in class and fulfilling her potential as a result of this. Class 6 P Molly Appleby for outstanding effort and attitude towards her work. Keep it up Molly!Acas (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) provides free and impartial information and advice to employers and employees on all aspects of workplace relations and employment law.
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Visit by Silas Zephania. Categories: School News Stewards Academy was treated to another visit from the inspirational Javed Moore recently.
As well as speaking to year 10 and year 11 students he introduced another visitor to our year 10 and year 11 students, Silas Zephania of Class of Poets. Oct 18, · How to Write a Complaint Letter to Your Principal In this Article: Article Summary Considering the Problem Writing Your Response Revising Your Letter Following Up Community Q&A As a young person, it takes a lot of courage to write a letter to your principal%(54).
“There are perhaps no days of our childhood we lived so fully as those we spent with a favorite book.” Marcel Proust Reading seems to make us smarter. Here’s Keith Stanovich explaining why: For most people, this is uncontroversial. We talk a lot about the power of books and the need to get.