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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.

Name                                                                          
Ruby

For her amazing story writing

Aymen

Aymen is always keen to participate in whole class learning. He is working really hard on his writing and did some super work with money last week.

Napinna

For Napinna’s enthusiasm for learning both in school and at home.

Max

For his amazing work in Phonics.

Bonnie

Bonnie produced an amazing story sentence using her fantastic letter formation. Bonnie is listening in her phonics lessons and this is shown in her book.

Poppy

For her excellent effort in Theme.

Niks

For making such a fantastic start to his new school.

Jayden

Jayden has a positive attitude to learning across all subjects.

Nathan

Nathan has really been taking on the challenges in our Theme lessons and doing this with a positive attitude.

Dilila

Dilila has been working tirelessly to improve her writing and is always challenging herself in Theme lessons.

McKenzie

For his all round effort across the curriculum.

Thomas

For his fantastic effort in Maths.

Jake

For his positive modelling of behaviour, even when his peers are not doing the right thing. Also for his resilience, even when learning is challenging he perseveres and gives a good account

Alfie

For being a Perfect Penshurst Pupil.

Thomas

For his dedication in Maths!

Jake

For demonstrating his fantastic talent during our computing week and producing a brilliant piece of electronic art for Individual Liberty Day.

Courtney

For her amazing Maths.

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