Congratulations to the following, who all received Golden Awards this week. In Year 3: Daniel K, for always working hard and having an excellent attitude to learning: Ryan, for working hard and persevering with your English and Tyler, for growing in confidence and working more independently, especially in reading. In Year 4: Daniel G, for persevering with a piece of work: Evie, for a great improvement in the quality and quantity of work produced since the beginning of term and Daniel S, for enthusiasm investigating electric circuits, wanting to explore and to find out more. In Year 5: Joshua, for excellent 'Urban Landscape' poem, Camelia, for her excellent attitude to all of her learning and Lily, for her descriptive poem about our new text. In Year 6: Ava-Grace, for her greatly improved writing - you have put so much effort in! Oliver D, for his positive attitude, hard work and cheerful disposition - all fantastic qualities. From last week, Georgia, in Year 5, for her superb auto-biography reflecting excellent independent work skills.
Congratulations to Osprey Class, this weeks winner of the Shell Award, they will receive some additional free-time at the end of the week.
Highest Individual Word Count: Bryony, in Owl Class, with 658,344 words.
Most 100% quizzes achieved: Callum, in Year 6
Highest Class Word Count: Chaffinch with 2,983,613
10k Run for Hospice.
Congratulations to Eddie, in Year 4, who recently took part in a 10k run to raise funds for Hospice in the Weald; he proudly showed his medal.
Learn to Swim
Congratulations to Amelie and Maya, both in Year 4, who have both gained their Learn to Swim - Level 5; they are both now working towards Level 6.
Congratulations to Kathryn, in Year 5, who has just passed her Grade 2, Violin exam and passed with merit.
Imperial Society of Dance - Modern Theatre,
Congratulations to Darcey and Saskia, both in Year 5, who have both gained Level 1, Grade 2 in Modern Theatre.
On Tuesday 24th September, the St. James Netball A Team went to Chiddingstone to play a netball match. After many attempts to get there, (including one accidentally driving up the vicar's driveway, thinking it was the Rec!), we found the courts. In the first quarter, we managed to gain 3 goals, getting an early lead. In the next quarter, we rotated positions and though they were different, we still managed to stay ahead. By the end of the match, the score was 10-4 to us. They gave us very delicious cookies, which we were very grateful for. They chose the 'player of the Match', and it was Eleanor, (St. James). Thank you to Mrs Moriarty for driving us there and to Miss Gibson for coaching us. We all had a great time.
Congratulations to Kuba, in Year 6, who recently took his dog to a local show and won 4th place; he proudly showed his rosette.