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Penshurst Primary School

Pupil of the Week

Every week one child is chosen from each class to win the coveted award of Pupil of the Week. This award is given for various reasons, such as; being polite, listening well in class, working to the best of your ability, good attendance and following the rules in school.

The children are presented with their awards at school assemblies and the teachers write down exactly why the child deserves the award.

Hayden For super effort during carpet time with Mrs Paoli. Hayden has shown a lot of improvement in concentrating during our learning time and he independently sits at the front of the class to help him listen carefully. Hayden has come into school each day with a big smile and he is already making lots of friends in school. Keep up the great work Hayden!
Jessica For settling in well into her new school and being a superstar
Erin-Rae For being a Superstar this week. She has been eager in all areas of learning. I have been delighted with her behaviour and her maturity. Well done Erin, keep it up.
Ashby his brilliant start to year 1 and great thinking skills in making a smack boat and working well with his partner.
Phoebe For settling back in beautifully and trying really hard in lessons.
Codie Codie has settled into year 1 very well. He has shown us how kind and caring he can be. He has displayed beautiful manners and fantastic listening skills. We are very proud of you Codie. Keep up the good work!
Emilie For really embracing the new year and displaying the school values in all that she has done so far!
Harrison Harrison has really impressed me this week by putting up his hand to join in with class discussions and answer questions;
Ethan For coming back into school with such a positive attitude towards everything that he does and showing me his wonderful manners at all times. He’s had a fantastic start back school.
Leonardo For his enthusiasm towards school in the first few weeks back. He puts time and effort into everything he does and models integrity! Keep in up Leonardo
Joe For his outstanding use of vocabulary and his awesome attitude towards learning in all subjects. Joe has really impressed all of the Year 3 staff and we are really proud of his start to this new and challenging year.
Frances For settling back into school life brilliantly. Frances has shown that she has all of our school's values in abundance and is a real role model for her peers. Well done Frances!
Tyler For settling back into school straight away. He has tried his socks off in all lessons, especially Maths and should be proud of his effort. Well done, Tyler!
Tawfiq Tawfiq has proven himself ready for the challenges of year 5. He is mature, sensible, polite and contributes well to class discussions.
Eve For being thoughtful and welcoming to the newest member of our class. She has also impressed us with her maturity and enthusiasm to learn.
Polly For her lovely, welcoming attitude making me feel great the first week back!
Lara For settling in extremely well in her first week back, showing great enthusiasm and bringing in a fantastic family tree as one of her lockdown challenges.
Matilda Matilda has come back to school unflappable, raring to go and trying her best.
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