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Celebration Assembly Friday 11th October 2019

 

Today we celebrated some of our children’s achievements in our special assembly.  Well done to the following pupils who made us and their parents very proud!

 

EYFS — Hader for settling into Nursery really well and always being kind and considerate.

 

KS1 — Emma for making a great start to life at Marland Hill and having a positive attitude to all her learning. 

 

LKS2 — Abdul for fantastic all round effort in all of his work.

 

UKS2 — Mia working hard in every lesson but particularly in English. Her ideas, sentence structure and vocabulary choices are very impressive.

 

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Celebration Assembly Friday 14th June 2019

 

Today we celebrated some of our children’s achievements in our special assembly.  Well done to the following pupils who made us and their parents very proud!

 

EYFS — Harry for an amazing attitude to learning.

 

KS1 — Amnah for making good progress across all subjects, particularly in Maths where she is gaining the confidence to tackle tricky problems.

 

LKS2 — Kessar for his motor skills in swimming and his confidence in speaking.

 

UKS2 — Raafay for his excellent work in Maths.

 

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Celebration Assembly Friday 8th March 2019

 

The following children’s achievements were recognised in our Celebration Assembly this morning.

 

EYFS: Minahil

For having a fantastic attitude in everything she does.

 

KS1: Sofia

For making fantastic progress in her learning.

 

Lower KS2: Arham

For always trying his best and having a positive attitude to his learning.

 

Upper KS2: Zayan

For her hard work and progress in both Maths and English. 

 

 

Well done to everyone on your fantastic achievements.

 

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Celebration Assembly Friday 25th January 2019

 

The following children’s achievements were recognised in our Celebration Assembly this morning.

 

EYFS: Jack

In recognition of his excellent behaviour and his fantastic attitude to learning.

 

KS1: Aiza

In recognition of settling in at school really well and completing her work to a very high standard.

 

Lower KS2: Fatima

In recognition of her excellent all round effort in class at all times.

 

Upper KS2: Alfie

In recognition of making a massive improvement in the presentation of his work.

 

 

Well done to everyone on your fantastic achievements.

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Celebration Assembly Friday 7th December 2018

 

The following children’s achievements were recognised in our Celebration Assembly this morning.

 

EYFS: Hamza

For having a fantastic attitude to learning across the curriculum.

 

KS1: Phelim

For a fantastic improvement in his attitude in both English & Mathematics.

 

Lower KS2: Zaid

For having a fantastic attitude to learning and fantastic reasoning and problem solving skills.

 

Upper KS2: Aahad

For excellent independent writing.

 

Well done to everyone on your fantastic achievements.

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Celebration Assembly Monday 8th October 2018

 

The following children’s achievements were recognised in our Celebration Assembly this morning.

 

EYFS: Adam

For fantastic attitude to his learning.

 

KS1 Nuhaa

For making significant progress in English & Maths, completing work independently to a very high standard. 

 

Lower KS2 Humnah

For a fantastic start to life in Year 4.

 

Upper KS2 Haris

For using great reasoning skills in Maths.

 

 

Well done to everyone on your fantastic achievements.

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