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Kingsclere CE Primary School

Happy, confident, successful, responsible children with a lifelong love of learning

Headteacher Mr Steve Wells
"A Good School with Outstanding features" - Ofsted




School Values

  • Rupert was amazingly creative in writing this week. Awesome!
  • Zack showing creativity when writing, setting descriptions and designing a well thought out totem pole.
  • Emily has applied her creative skills in Maths this week looking at different subtraction methods. Well done!
  • Amy for being very creative and designing an amazing city picture.
  • Macky used a creative way of thinking about how we can use a protractor to solve missing angles. Even Miss Hall hadn't thought to do what he did.
  • Max for creating a brilliant Greek plate design including traditional patterns we have researched.
  • Harrison for sharing creative ideas during shared writing this week.
  • Isaac used his excellent creativity skills to create a realistic fossil. Well done Isaac.
  • Daisy for being a very creative member of Ash class.

Christian Values

  • Edward for always trying his best and being a polite and kind member of Ash Class.
  • Andrew has tried to be the best he can be in maths by limiting his distractions so he can focus.
  • George has focused this week to improve his work - we can see he wants to be the best he can be!
  • Amy for always conducting herself with integrity and for being a tolerant and patient classmate.
  • Beatrice for being kind and caring and always doing the right thing.
  • George always makes the right choices and is an excellent role model to his peers. Well done.
  • Loui for understanding what is right and wrong and going the right thing. Loui is always very very apologetic when accidents happen,
  • Lincoln. Integrity means being honest and behaving well. Lincoln does this all the time!
  • Lilly consistently makes the right behaviour choices without being reminded. She quietly 'gets on with things' and is a pleasure to teach. Well done.