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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.

Eva For being so enthusiastic in everything she does. For her extensive range of vocabulary when she is involved in class discussions.
Daniel Daniel is an excellent role model to others.
Rosie For her super work in Theme. Well done, Rosie!
Joseph For exceptional writing produced throughout the week.
Layla Layla you are a Perfect Penshurst Pupil. You always work hard and produce some fantastic pieces of work. So proud of you. Miss Simmonds
Niks for his effort enthusiasm in all lessons. He is a brilliant reader and is a joy to listen to
Millie For her super effort in handwriting and for becoming more confident. Great to see, keep on shining Millie
Nyla-Rae Fantastic effort in all subjects and a much improved attitude and engagement in lessons
Idil For being incredibly brave and performing her P Factor routine without her partner
Patryk Karwasinski For his effort to go above and beyond
Harvie Jack impressed me outside in the Forest and has been making an effort to complete all work on time
Abigail She's always pleasant and polite and this week has contributed lots in Maths
Alfie He has been so enthusiastic during the 10 Minute Pledge, which has been infectious. Along with Alfie, the class have been gripped with the Mortal Engines storyline. He has been producing high standards of work in Literacy and Theme this week through his hard work. Mostly, it was his speech to become the House Captain for the emperors that has stood out this week. He consider every word, was heartfelt and showed a real caring not just his class but for other members of the school. The words, 'You can all be my friends' were most notable. Regardless of the outcome, Alfie should be proud of himself.
Callum For his maths
Kasper For his growing confidence
William For his optimism in lessons and excellent artwork
Tallulah For taking to the new reading lessons extremely well, being an excellent learning partner and decoding vocabulary brilliantly
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