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Silver and Sapphire Stars - February 2019

Congratulations to the following children who have been awarded a silver star for improvement this month -

6H - Oliver Styles - for ‘Seven Ages of a Rugby Player’ – a modern version of Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’ which shows an understanding of Shakespearean language in context and structure – English

6H - Isabelle Traynier – for ‘Seven Ages of Woman’ – a modern version of Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’ full of thoughtful imagery and phrasing – English

6H – Luke Curtis – for his modern version of Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’– English full of interestingly conceived ideas and lively description – English

6H – Sreya Vegasana – for an emotion-filled account of the sinking of the Titanic showing thoughtful imagery, phrasing and an adept use of language - English

6R – Riley Burnikell – for ‘All the world is in front of a console’ – a modern version of Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’ together with his play script which both show consistent effort and increasing care – English

6R - Oliver Bennett – for his dramatic play script, ‘What happened next…’ which had a dramatic ending and interesting ideas which were well presented – English

6R – Alice Sharp – for ‘All the world is a court’ – a modern version of Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’ which shows a wide vocabulary and a thoughtful approach – English

6R - Lucia Graney - for ‘All the world is just a bigger school’ – a modern version of Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’ which shows a versatility of approach and a strong grasp of language – English

6R - Belles Ellis - for ‘Seven Ages of a Race Car Driver’ – a modern version of Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’ which shows an understanding of Shakespearean language in context and structure – English

6R – Kieran Gosrani – for ‘Seven Ages of a Team’ – a modern version of Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’ together with his Titanic story which both show a wider range of descriptive detail and increasing care – English

6R – Emma Myatt – for ‘Seven Ages of Woman’ – a modern version of Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’ together with her Titanic story which both show a wider range of descriptive detail and improved structure – English

6R – Oliver Newell– for his modern version of Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’ together with his Titanic story which both show significant and consistent progress – English

6R – Chantoya Johnson – for ‘Seven Ages of Woman’ – a modern version of Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’ together with her Titanic story which both show significant and consistent progress – English

6R – Abigail Haddow – for ‘Seven Ages of Woman’ – a modern version of Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’ which shows significant and consistent progress – English

6R – Chloé Masson – for ‘Seven Chapters of a Book’ and ‘Seven Ages of a Mathematician’ – modern versions of Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’ which show a firm grasp of the concept together with an excellent use of the written word – English

6R – Laura Sullivan – for an emotion-filled account of the sinking of the Titanic showing detail, thoughtful imagery, dramatic phrasing and an adept use of language – English

6R –Lucia Hedges– for a mature account of the sinking of the Titanic showing emotion, dramatic imagery, invention and an adept use of language – English

5I – William Musgrave – for his Picasso self-portrait - Art

5I – Rosie Lawrence Green – for her picture of the Picasso child - Art

5I – Tom Gibbs – for his Picasso self-portrait - Art

5W – Emily Rogers – for her picture of the Picasso child – Art

5W – Amelia Odell – for her interpretation of woman with a bird by Picasso – Art

4A – Florence Holman – for an independent approach to writing a fantasy story showing the ability to edit her own work effectively – English

4A – Hannah Griffin – for analysis of experimental work on evaporation – Science

3B – Luca Gianinni – for engagement and participation is lessons and detail in his written work – French

2W – Mila Poulton – for diligence in lessons and success in coding – Computing

2W – Ida Pryce – for diligence in lessons and success in coding – Computing

1J – Osandi Dissanayake – for an excellent Emperor topic – Humanities

1J – Bella Watford - for an excellent Emperor topic – Humanities

1J – Chloe Himsley - for an excellent Emperor topic – Humanities

1J – Mya Menzies - for an excellent Emperor topic – Humanities

RCH – Thomas Stanway – for independent writing including great descriptions of The Gingerbread Man’s features – English

RCH – Sophia Henriques – for her re-telling of The Gingerbread Man – English

RC – Evie Rollinson - for her re-telling of The Gingerbread Man – English

RC – Jack Buchanan - for his re-telling of The Gingerbread Man – English

 

Congratulations to the following children who have been awarded a Sapphire star for Consistent Good Work this month –

 

6R – Lucia Graney – French

1J - Cormac McCarty - Mathematics

IJ - Freddie Joyner-Collins - Mathematics

1J - William Ioseliani - Mathematics

1J - Charles Doble - Mathematics

1J - Ava Falero - All subjects

1J - Ella Kiff - All subjects

1D- Lucy Junginger – All subjects

1D - Matteus Hamoda - All subjects

1D - Elah Chan - All subjects

1D - Daniel Watson - All subjects

1D - Emily Morris - English

1D - Emma Jones - English