5L- Freya P
The inter-house competition for Respect Tokens has been suspended for the Autumn term. But, we would also like to announce the weekly winner of the Respect Token prize who gets to choose a prize from the box.
This week's winner is Pollyanna from 2KK
27th November was Charlie from 6AC
20th November's winner was Summer from 5T
13th November's winner was Chloe from 5L
6th November's winner was Ruby from 3TD
22nd October's winner was Diya from 1KR
16th October's winner was Kohen from 3TD
9th October's winner was Myla from RF
2nd October's winner was Sophie from 1KR
25th September's winner was Jonty from 1C
18th September's winner was Evelyn from 2KK
This week's winner of the attendance award is 1KR
The winner for 27th November was 4W
The winner for 20th November was 2KK
The winner for 13th November was 2DK
The winner for 6th November was 1KR
The winner for 22nd October was 6C
The winners for 16th October were 6AC and 5T
The winners for 9th October were 5T and 5L
The winners for 2nd October were RF, 3B, 4W and 6C (all with 100%)
The winner for 25th September was RF
The winner for 18th September was 2DK
The winner for 11th September was 6C
The running total of attendance award winners;
6C with 3,
5T, 2DK, 4W, 1KR and RF with 2,
6AC, 5L, 3B and 2KK with 1.
Nursery - Kyng
Nursery - Jasmine
Nursery - Teo
Nursery - Lee
Nursery - Mercy
Nursery - AlexRH- ConnieRF- Theo1C- Valentine1KR- Max2KK- Harvey2DK- Siana3B- Lexus3TD- Penny4C- Olly4W- Sabrina5T- Summer5L- Nikolas6AC- Jasmine6C- Ollie
Nursery - Theodora
Nursery - Henry H
Our ‘Star Values’ are very useful. They remind us of expectations and help us to live generously towards each other within and outside of school. They are used to provide focus for assemblies and are explored in lessons in order to develop the culture of Robertswood into a harmonious, safe and enjoyable environment in which to learn. Ultimately, they will provide the foundations for a successful and fulfilling life.
We are aware of the Prevent Duty to protect young people from radicalisation and extremism. At our school we view this as a safeguarding matter like any other and these processes will be applied to support children and their families where vulnerabilities are identified, invariably this will require us to work with partner agencies to support and protect the vulnerable student.
Running alongside our values are eight essential skills. Known by many different names, these eight skills map across to the four domains that come up time and again as essential whether in the context of education, employment or entrepreneurship. In pairs, they cover interpersonal, self-management, creative problem-solving and communication skills. These eight skills underpin the Skills Builder Framework and we use them as part of discreet lessons teaching the skill and across a variety of subjects. Each class has a display so that highlight the criteria underpinning each skill. Children enjoy trying to switch on all 8 lights connected with each skill when the have used them as part of a lesson.
Sapphire secure their 8th victory in a truncated competition.