Celebrations and Achievements



2016

Our celebrations and achievements wall has a different theme each time.  This time it has been Out of This World theme with the planets being invaded by Minions each bearing a message of congratulations.  Each Minion was presented in assembly.

  • Nico is getting dressed, undressed and putting his shoes on all by himself
  • Sarah-Ann is learning to come inside nicely after playtime and lunchtime.
  • Harry is becoming more confident in the water at swimming.
  • Jack has been trying hard and doing some super, fantastic writing.
  • Kaiden is beginning to sign at snack time.
  • James has had a super first week at Middleton.
  • Tyler is beginning to use his words during our attention song.
  • Leo is learning to take off his shoes and find his coat for playtime.
  • Dylan came out of soft play without a fuss this week.
  • Michael can swim with his mouth under water and blow bubbles.
  • Jamie had an excellent safe start to the term.
  • Kayla is trying hard to eat her school dinners.
  • Freddie swam a width in the big pool independently.
  • Bradley swam a width in the big pool independently.
  • Frank is beginning to eat his vegetables.
  • Henry is now eating and enjoying school dinners
  • Jayden is now able to request to go to the toilet and use it appropriately.
  • Archie visited Tyndals and went through the Winter Wonderland and visited Father Christmas for the first time
  • Jude is using his iPad to support his learning in an appropriate way to answer questions and to communicate more consistently.
  • Bailey is really challenging himself at school and trying new things such as using the apparatus in PE without help.
  • Ruth had perfect behaviour for our class trip
  • Jenna can start and do up my own coat zipper.
  • Grace can now swim happily in the big pool.
  • Zoe has returned from Christmas full of beans – she is answering questions, initiating conversation and being a great role model.
  • Isabelle Isabelle has been asking interesting questions during news time.
  • Colby can now swim on his back with very little support.
  • Tommy can write his news on the computer and can sound out his own spellings.
  • Adam has shown enthusiasm and enjoyment when working independently in class.
  • Amy can ask and answer questions with enthusiasm.
  • Billy is now getting changed into his PE kit with the rest of the class without making a fuss.
  • Izzi can now sit with her class mates at lunch time.
  • Scarlett has been attempting to use the past tense independently in her news writing.
  • Ellie can now join the group and begin an activity with the class when asked to do so.
  • Ruby-Joy has been making a super effort to use her words to communicate and make herself understood.
  • Kike has been trying new foods and ate a whole yoghurt with no fuss!
  • Ruby-Joy has been making a super effort to use her words to communicate and make herself understood.
  • Ife made her cooking without eating any of it during the process!
  • Deniz has been working hard learning to recognise numbers 1-5 and is becoming more consistent.
  • Reece is trying really hard to say letter sounds when he is reading words.
  • Emily has been participating more in class.
  • Jiexi has been taking care when talking – really thinking about her sounds
  • Olivia was fantastic in PE this week. She showed great cricket skills, batting and running.
  • Kasper found using scissors hard in technology but he kept trying rather than getting cross.
  • Jacob has been doing excellent literacy work and adapting and recalling a story.
  • Alfie has been working really hard to learn new sounds and use them in his reading and writing.
  • Daniel has been getting changed before and after swimming REALLY quickly.
  • Gracie has been working hard to make her writing neater and clearer.
  • Dante has been working hard on tying his shoelaces.
  • Max has been very good at dealing with change and accepting new challenges.
  • Katie has been working hard in swimming. She listens carefully to the teacher and tries her best.
  • Michael shows lots of interest in our topics and even does his own research at home.
  • Tomi is really determined to use more describing words in his writing. This week he has used the words outstanding and fascinating in his weekend news.
  • Rhianna was able to swim a whole width of the pool without any floatation aid.
  • William did some excellent cutting in Maths this week. He very carefully cut out the nets of a cone and a cube before folding them.
  • Tommy has been working really hard to write completely independently, using his phonic skills really well.
  • Megan has been able to match 3D shapes to everyday objects.
  • Holly Over the last couple of weeks, Holly has been making good choices and being a good friend.
  • Jack has been starting a morning activity independently and finishing it.
  • Sophie has been gaining more confidence in class and answering questions.
  • Luke has shown great willingness to help all his friends in Eagles.
  • Jai made a terrific effort at swimming. He swan two widths unaided for the first time.
  • Joseph has been trying hard to leave spaces between his words when writing.
  • Alex did some fantastic fielding in cricket.
  • TJ has been working hard in Science. He is always enthusiastic and joins in.
  • Maisie is getting more confident in the pool! She can now swim a width without a float.
  • Alfie has been brave enough to travel to and from school on school transport.
  • Eddie has been working so hard in literacy. He wrote a whole story.
  • Morgan has been having a go when writing and trying his best! Morgan wrote a great sentence independently.
  • Cameron has been working really hard to sound out words before writing them down. He is becoming a lot more confident with his phonics.

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