Sutton Valence Primary School,
North St, Maidstone, Kent ME17 3HT

01622 842188

office@sutton-valence.kent.sch.uk

Sutton Valence Primary School

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Our mission is to ensure we all participate in the constant quest of knowledge, learning and adventure so that each individual can build upon their core strengths to aspire to make a real difference.

Gold Awards

Each week our teaching staff select two children per class for Friday Gold Award Assembly. These children are selected in acknowledgement of how they have worked hard that week. The reason could be varied, for example:

  • Improvement of their work
  • Concentrated effort
  • Great behaviour
  • Being a good friend
  • Completing research at home 

Every week, the group of children awarded will be displayed here on our website so that both parents and pupils can read the reasons for the award and presentation. The group is also displayed in our Gold Book which is kept in the school entrance foyer, enabling a child that has gained an award to be able to read and see, with great pride, that their efforts have been recognised.

 

Week Ending 11th January 2019

 

Name                                    Class                                  Reason for Gold Award

Ted                                                    Hedgehogs                                           Coming back to school with a positive attitude to learning, and working

      hard

Victoria                                              Hedgehogs                                           Supporting a new class member by translating and making him feel

      welcome

Milenna                                                Rabbits                                               Always being a great friend and role model

Noah                                                    Rabbits                                              Some excellent work on 2D and 3D shapes

Seth                                                      Foxes                                                Having a positive attitude towards his learning this week

Kristian                                                  Foxes                                               Concentrating and trying his best in Maths and handwriting

Jesse                                               Woodpeckers                                         Using his times tables to solve problems in Maths

Rohan                                               Woodpeckers                                         Excellent explanation of terms relating to weather

Emily                                                     Owls                                                  Being really focussed on her work all week

Georgia                                                 Owls                                                  Working with greater independence in Maths

Alfie                                                   Squirrels                                              Always being enthusiastic to learn and taking an active part in all class

                                                                                                                       discussions, which shows a good level of understanding

Joshua                                                   Squirrels                                          Always having a positive attitude to his learning, being helpful and

                                                                                                                       polite, and always being eager to work hard and make improvements to

      his work

Natalie                                                 Moles                                                  Fantastic research on the polar regions

Edward                                                 Moles                                                  Improved presentation of written work

 

This week's Headteacher Good Conduct Award goes to... Emily Bush, for the promotion of Makaton!