Kingsclere CE Primary School
Happy, confident, successful, responsible children with a lifelong love of learning
Headteacher Mr Steve Wells
Lifelong love of learning
- Cameron. I was very impressed with the way Cameron tackled the challenge of making his 'Day of the Dead Mask' by himself. He stuck at it and created a super mask.
- Billy for working extremely hard to independently write a non-chronological report about goblins
- Daisy for working independently to write a sea creature riddle.
- Thomas has consistently worked independently this week in English and Maths.
- Tyllye for working really hard to have a go at activities before asking for support!. Well done.
- Isobel has worked exceptionally hard on developing her dependence whilst writing. No longer does Miss Tice have to nag her to keep her going! Well done Isobel
- Adam for working hard to write by himself.
- Bethany for a great pirate riddle, written all by herself.
- Ben for independently working on his Mexican skull.
- Lucy for being more independent and challenging herself in maths.
- Luke for making a big improvement in his behaviour and attitude to learning. He is becoming a very trustworthy member of the class.
- Liam for having trust in his friends to support him with his Mexican skull.
- Kieran for always doing his best to follow the Golden Rules.
- James has worked so hard this year in all areas of school life. He has grown into a kind, trustworthy member of class who always tries his best. Well done.
- Emma for consistently proving herself to be a trustworthy member of our class.
- Maddie for always showing trust in others and being trusted to do the right thing.
- Poppie can always be trusted to do the right thing in class and in the playground.
- Amelia can always be trusted to follow the golden rules and set a good example.
- Lucy. Due to her mature and conscientious manner, Lucy can always be trusted to do a good job.