Savile Park Primary School

Headteacher: Mrs J Boylan

Gold Book

gold-book

Every Friday morning each site holds a very special Gold Book Assembly.

This is a time for us to come together to celebrate the successes from the week gone by and share some of the learning we have been doing in our classes.

As part of this assembly, we share the names of the children that have been chosen to be in the Gold Book. Each Class Teacher chooses two children from their class who have had a particularly good week. For example, a child could be chosen because they have been very polite or helpful. They may also be chosen for a specific piece of work or because they have been a really good friend.

24th November 2017

Robins

Reception children aren’t coming into assembly yet.

Wrens

Reception children aren’t coming into assembly yet.

Kingfishers

Hummingbirds

Pelicans

Puffins

Parrots

Toucans

Kookaburras

Kestrels

Eagles

17th November 2017

Gold book this week will be based on Black History Month projects that the classes have done.

Robins

Reception children aren’t coming into assembly yet.

Wrens

Reception children aren’t coming into assembly yet.

Kingfishers

Sasha and Anushri – for their work about fireworks the lesson about The Gunpowder Plot.

Hummingbirds

Toby and Frances – at the beginning of the half term we learnt about bonfire night. Both children wrote excellent sentences to explain their understanding of bonfire night and where the tradition came from. They both listened well to the facts about the past and thought hard about why Guy Fawkes made his plan.

Pelicans

Maria and Safiyya – for their effort and creativity in the black history month project.

Puffins

Prithiv and Subhan – for their effort and creativity in black history month projects.

Parrots

Casey and Sahil – for their effort and creativity in the black history month project.

Toucans

Namish and Maryam –  for their effort and creativity in the black history month project.

Kookaburras

Franek and Joshua – for their effort and creativity in the black history month project.

Kestrels

Zubayr and Eshan – for their effort and creativity in the black history month project.

Eagles

Junaina and Sana – for their effort and creativity in the black history month project.

27th October 2017

Robins

Reception children aren’t coming into assembly yet.

Wrens

Reception children aren’t coming into assembly yet.

Kingfishers

Mahnoor and Ethan – for their wonderful Day Goldsworthy paintings. Andy Goldsworthy used stones to make these spirals and we painted them.

Hummingbirds

Bilal and Nina – We have been looking at the artist Andy Goldsworthy. Both children created a fantastic copy of his work. They used different materials and mixed their own colour of paint to create a fantastic effect. I was most impressed with your colour mixing.

Pelicans

Aaminah – for her amazing ‘comic book’ style art! Aaminah has sketched an amazing ‘joker’ picture.

Kayaan – for his amazing comic ‘batman’ sketch!

Puffins

Olivia – for her much improved attitude to learning. She is more positive in her attitude and willing to have a go.

Areeb – for his improved attitude to learning also. He is becoming more focused and trying to complete learning tasks.

Parrots

Zaynah – for always working well as part of a team. During our Stone Age topic this half term, she helped to design and make a Stone Age cave. She helped with the construction and paintings of the cave!

Hannah – she always tries her best in Art lessons! As part of our topic the Stone Age she created a brilliant silhouette painting of Stonehenge!

Toucans

Jennah – for her wonderful observational drawing of a toucan and careful use of watercolours to complete her work.

Musaddiq – for his super observational drawing of a toucan and use of oil pastels which he blended to achieve a really effective background.

Kookaburras

Haadiyah and Hayyan – for observational drawings of Shang Dynasty pots in pencil. They looked very carefully at photographs of pottery from this time period and chose a particular pot to sketch. They made sure they used their observational skills to produce a detailed sketch.

Kestrels

Faizan – for imaginative art work. In our Literacy topic he has drawn an imaginary beast and a store map.

Zaeemah – for creating an imaginary beast collage for her homework.

Eagles

Sophia and Afifah – Their lovely art work – they created a watercolour for a book cover for Floodland, the book that we have been studying in English.

13th October 2017

Robins

Reception children aren’t coming into assembly yet.

Wrens

Reception children aren’t coming into assembly yet.

Kingfishers

Idrees and Aryan – for their ideas and discussion about temperatures and weather around the world. They looked carefully at the map and were able to understand that countries near the equator are warmer than those near the north or south poles.

Hummingbirds

Hafsa – this week we learnt about different weathers around the world. Hafsa wrote a wonderful list of clothes she would need to take to hot Arizona. She worked independently and thought carefully about her spelling.

Edward – for sharing his vast knowledge of our topics. Edward is always enthusiastic and willing to share his understanding with his peers. He always remembers the correct vocabulary and remembers things we have previously learnt.

Pelicans

Adil – for his amazing science work! We have been learning about human needs and wants. Adil can identify some of the needs for humans to survive.

Laiba – for her amazing science work so far. Laiba has completed a set of instructions for survival on a desert island! She also produced a ‘survival kit’ for stranded people.

Puffins

Sumaiya and Subhan – for their excellent instruction writing of a recipe for a medicine that Mary Seacole used.

Parrots

Sahil – for contributing to group discussions with thoughtful ideas about the Stone Age and always listening and willing to learn.

Kamissa – for using methods of deduction to find out what artefacts may of been used for. She is also brilliant at using her imagination in her written work.

Toucans

Lillie – for her fantastic stone age acting.

Adyan – for his fantastic descriptive stone age menu.

Kookaburras

Franek – for fantastic research and knowledge of the Shang Dynasty.

Nafeesa – for completing a very interesting and well presented piece of writing about Lady Fu Hao.

Kestrels

Laurence – for an excellent piece of history homework.

Faiza – for careful observations of Ancient Greek artefacts.

Eagles

Jamie – for some accurate mapping work.

Zoyah – for great application of graph work to show a river cross section.

6th October 2017

Robins

Reception children aren’t coming into assembly yet.

Wrens

Reception children aren’t coming into assembly yet.

Kingfishers

Parsa – for her sentences about spiders.

Ameen – for using his great finger spaces in his writing this week.

Hummingbirds

Aizah – for a fantastic weather poem. Aizah thought carefully about all the things she does in different types of weather and used her phonics to write a brilliant poem.

Lucas – for brilliant hard work in his phonics. Lucas is trying hard to remember the sounds to write words and make sure the letters are correctly written.

Pelicans

Sufiyyah – for her amazing use of spelling, handwriting and imaginative language. We have created a set of instructions on ‘How to be a superhero!’

Azaan – for his fantastic presentation and for editing his work. Azaan has used his green pen to make spelling, punctuation and grammar changes to his instructions!

Puffins

Dawoud – for his great effort in learning spellings and remembering them in his writing.

Katie – for her great instructions for removing a spider.

Parrots

Hajra – for writing a fantastic alternative ending to the Stone Age Boy.

Muskaan – for writing some great detailed instructions linking to our story the Stone Age Boy.

Toucans

Poppy and Alasdair – for both excellent instruction writing based upon our class text ‘Stone Age Boy.’

Kookaburras

Zahra – for using fantastic word choices in her introduction for her adventure story.

Arham – for always trying his best and taking pride in his work at all times.

Kestrels

Haadiyah – for imaginative writing about a beast.

Isaaq – for showing improvement in story writing.

Eagles

Maddy – for her elaborate vocabulary within her Literacy work. She loves to learn about new words and always tries to use them within her writing.

Sam – has worked really hard with his grammar and punctuation. He listens carefully to instructions and always tries hard to complete his task.

 

29th September 2017

Robins

Reception children aren’t coming into assembly yet.

Wrens

Reception children aren’t coming into assembly yet.

Kingfishers

Matilda – for her great understanding of sequencing numbers.

Rehaan – for always joining in at carpet time.

Hummingbirds

Ayyaan – for rising to the maths challenges given to him. He has been able to say one more and one less than numbers to 10.

Hirah – for excellent knowledge of numbers to 10. Hiram has worked independently in maths lessons and always sets her work out beautifully.

Pelicans

Bahsem – has completed lots of problem solving and reasoning challenges in maths. He has tried to solve complicated problems including the number triangles, where all the sides have to add up to one number!

Maira – has solved some addition reasoning problems involving using the symbols ‘greater than and less than.’ She used her logical thinking skills to solve this problem.

Puffins

Billy – for some excellent reasoning when solving place value problems.

Prithiv – for his excellent attitude to learning in maths.

Parrots

Farhan – for always trying his best and having a go at problem solving.

Kushal – for participating in group discussions and working hard.

Toucans

Jennah – for her amazing problem solving and reasoning.

Ameerah – for her hard work and commitment in maths when learning her number facts.

Kookaburras

Eesa – for using mathematical knowledge to support addition successfully.

Aizah – for using fantastic reasoning skills to support answers in maths.

Kestrels

Bilal – for positive approach towards reasoning problems and fantastic partner work.

Zaeemah – for working well on a maths challenge with 6 digits.

Eagles

Hasnain – for making great effort with the 4 operations, using standard formal methods for all calculations which have involved large values and decimals.

Danny – for using 4 operations to great effect to solve multi-step problems.

Noticeboard
Dec
12
Tue
2017
Whole school Christmas lunch
Dec 12 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Dec
13
Wed
2017
Winter Fayre at Heath
Dec 13 @ 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm
Dec
22
Fri
2017
Christmas, winter onesie day
Dec 22 all-day
KS 1 Christmas Production at Heath
Dec 22 @ 10:00 am