Golden Ticket – 6th March

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Whilst we have been focused on the positive side of friendships we have also thought about what we need to do when things go wrong with our friends this week. We have all agreed that disagreements and disputes can be healthy and that sometimes we have to express a difference of opinion if we see or feel something that we don’t feel comfortable with.

 
The following children have shown how skilled they are at solving friendship problems when they occur and help to make our school an even happier place.
 
 
Well done to …

Ria – Grayling 1,  Benjamin – Meadow 1, Aiden – Skipper 1, Ben – Grayling 2, Aoife – Meadow 2, Georgie – Skipper 2, Caitlin – Grayling 3,  Kady – Meadow 3, Mackenzie – Skipper 3, Louis – Grayling 4, Sofia – Meadow 4, Gabriela – Skipper 4

 

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Golden Ticket – 28th Feb

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This week we have been thinking about making friends for the first time. Molly and Harry acted as fantastic role models for us all in assembly, showing all the different things that we can do to make someone feel happy and relaxed when they first meet us and then how we can ensure that we find out more about each other, what we have in common and how we can start to build a friendship.

 
So many children in our school make fantastic friends but the following children are particularly skilled at being warm, welcoming and interested in the new children that they meet. They all then go on to make many lasting friendships.
 
Well done to …

Jake – Grayling 1,  Tilly – Meadow 1, Owen – Skipper 1, Riley – Grayling 2, Milena – Meadow 2, Olivia – Skipper 2, Pheobe – Grayling 3,  Charlotte – Meadow 3, Marcus – Skipper 3, Amy – Grayling 4, Leah – Meadow 4, Liam – Skipper 4

 

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Golden Ticket – 7th Feb

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This week has been Children’s Mental Health Week and we have been exploring the theme ‘Find Your Brave’. In assembly we talked about the meaning of the word ‘brave’ and how it can be evident in many different situations. 

 
We realised that one of the most difficult times to ‘find our brave’ was when we wanted to share our worries or concerns with other people. We all agreed however that when we did this, things always seemed a little easier.
 
The following children are always there to help others to ‘find their brave’ and recognise the helping hand that can be offered by the trusted adults that surround them.

Well done to …


Bessie – Grayling 1,  Leia – Meadow 1, Adam & Finley – Skipper 1, Ryan – Grayling 2, Eliza – Meadow 2, Tyler – Skipper 2, Macy & Eve – Grayling 3,  Lexi – Meadow 3, Oscar – Skipper 3, Felix – Grayling 4, Melissa – Meadow 4, Brooke – Skipper 4

 

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Golden Ticket Winners – 31st January

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This week we all shared our class pledges for the spring term and we felt genuinely inspired by each others’ ideas. Examples included Grayling 4’s focus on helping the wildlife that has been affected by the fires in Australia, Skipper 4’s determination to address the water that is wasted in our school grounds and Skipper 1’s mission to create more butterfly havens in the Year 1 garden. Every class had a fantastic idea and shared their understanding of interdependence in order to reach their goals.

 
The following children have shown us the important role that they play within our school when it comes to supporting others. They all maintain an admirable positive attitude and help their friends to remain positive and focused on their goals too, even when it feels a little tough.

Well done to …


Elsie – Grayling 1,  Isla – Meadow 1, Marley  – Skipper 1, Noah – Grayling 2, Harry – Meadow 2, Charlie – Skipper 2, Haarith – Grayling 3,  Louie – Meadow 3, Ivy – Skipper 3, Lexi – Grayling 4, Ollie – Meadow 4, Iona – Skipper 4

 

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