Friday 12th June 2020
This week's theme is 'songs from the films.'
Guess the tune
These are our Superstars this week - mostly nominated by their families to receive a special mention
Ava is just doing so well and still after all these weeks she is getting her work done. She perseveres with everything even though at times things have been a bit tricky. She is just maintaining such a great attitude and finishes everything no matter how hard or how long it takes her.
I have been amazed by Ava this whole time. She has completely taken us by surprise as we expected her to put up more of a fuss about working at home, but no, she has certainly persevered.
Benjamin has never complained about going to school during the lockdown while we work and a lot of children around him are at home.
He is been keen to learn and improved his maths and English skills. In maths, he attained mastery in algebra and geometry with complex angles. In English he had mastery over his age appropriate grammar, tenses comprehension and composition.
Furthermore, we noted his interest in reading has gone up few notches, most nights we find him reading on his kindle up to late in the night. I am very impressed by this level of consistency.
Domestically, he has shown a rising level of responsibility. He helps with chores like unloading the washing machine and dish washer.
He has been great at helping to vaccum the house and keep it nice and tidy.
Billy has adapted to “lockdown life” incredibly well. School work has been completed daily without a fuss and Billy has enjoyed sharing his completed work with Mr Osborne. Being super active is natural for Billy. Not being able to play football or go swimming was tough at first but Billy has embraced the J7/Brayton Primary sports challenges. He has become an exercise buddy for mum and dad and has taken up a new hobby: Basketball, his inspiration being Michael Jordan! Billy always strives to achieve the best and shows resilience in the process. Being in lockdown has not altered his mindset!
Despite finding the situation very difficult, Joshua has really persevered at this difficult time and has been thinking of other people close to him.
He has been completing daily checks on an elderly neighbour, waves to him and gets a thumbs up if he's ok and has drawn pictures for his window.
We’re very proud of her for not giving up and finding her way.