Spring Bank Primary School

Stars of the Week Category


Stars of the Week!

Well done to all of our stars this week! In reception we had more fantastic writing on show, commitment to reading was commended in Year 5; Y4 showed off some exemplary topic work with fact-files on ‘The Vikings’ and we had more great work across the school.

A special mention must go to the Year 6s, who have had a long, hard week completing their SATs. They looked a tired bunch by the end of the week and had obviously put everything into their tests, not just in the last week but in the whole year building up to them.

So well done to all of our stars and a special well done to Year 6 for getting through your tough SATs week and good luck with your results!

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Stars of the Week!

Congratulations to all of our stars this week for their certificates. As usual we had awards for a wide array of achievements: Reception’s stars had done some brilliant maths and phonics work; Year 4’s stars were awarded for descriptive writing and for a great start to the a new school for Emile whilst across the rest of the school some fantastic Maths was on show, more hard work shown by Year 6 before their upcoming SATs and some very impressive work was on display from other classes.

A special congratulations to Lauren G and Emma who recently won medals for 7th and 9th position, respectively, out of a total of 38 participants in the Leeds Schools Cross Country. They were awarded medals by Leeds Schools Athletics, so a big well done to them and very well deserved – two budding Olympic athletes in the making perhaps!



Stars of the Week

The Reception stars this week were awarded for their absolutely brilliant writing and hard working attitudes as they continue to develop so well! Year 4s were awarded their certificates for some very creative homework projects in their Wild at Heart topic and they had a football certificate to show too. Year 6 showed further improvement in their arithmetic tests and good attitudes to learning which is very positive to hear in the run up to their tests. Whilst Year 1s had done more impressive Literacy in their work with poems.

Well done to all of our stars this week!





Stars of the Week!

Reception started us off this week with their numeracy skills and displaying their enthusiasm for reading and writing which is great to hear! The whole of Year 1 were stars this week as they had all done some great work on their fairytale maps, whilst our Year 2 had a host of stars all awarded for their creative chicken art. The Year 3 stars earned their certificates for great all round attitudes to learning and some brilliant Maths, Year 4 continued this trend and were awarded for their perseverance and achievement in the fraction work they have been undertaking. Year 5 and 6 were awarded for their fantastic writing!

We also had our gymnasts to reward for their fantastic performances at the recent competition so a congratulations is in order for them after all their hard work and training gym club has paid off! Awards were also given for footballing and swimming achievements – so some great sporting achievements to celebrate with our students at Spring Bank!IMG_20180420_093016[1]

A big well done to all of our stars this week!


Stars of the Week!

Reception kicked us off again this week with more brilliant work in and out of school, it’s fantastic to hear that their stars have been reading at home and working hard in lessons even when things are really tough.

Y1 showed off their range of skills, with certificates for writing, Maths and for swimming too.

The Year 4 stars were awarded their certificates for effective work in forest schools and for fractions work in Maths; Y5’s were rewarded for their work on their Leeds University trip to the science department, whilst Year 6 displayed their fantastic writing skills yet again and some more high-end test scores, this time in Maths.

Across other years there were more stars showing off their hard work and positive attitudes to get their hard-earned ‘Star Certificate’.

Well done to all of our stars this week!



Stars of the Week!

After a break due to the snow, the stars were back for this week’s Good Work assembly. We started with Maya in Year 4 who had a certificate for good work at her Mosque, reminding us that hard work is important outside of school too.

This week has been a test week for many and the children have been working extremely hard. This hard work has certainly paid off – some students were picked out from Year 3 and 6 for their high scores in the reading tests, including some with full marks! When asked about they’re secrets to success, reading every single day was the answer – a top tip!

Reception, Year 1 and 2 showed us some of their fantastic writing – some stories from Reception, letters and language work from Year 1 and some writing pieces on chocolate from Year 2. Some very impressive and interesting work.

Year 4 showed off their musical talents with certificates for good work in their ukulele lessons, whilst Year 5 students were rewarded for their mature attitudes and strong work ethic in every lesson.


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Stars of the Week!

We had a huge bunch of stars for this week, the last week of half-term! We kicked off the assembly with more Lexia certificates and with some swimming badges for Year 4 too.

Mrs. Ryan awarded her stars in Reception this week for some brilliant writing skills, we saw more examples of beautiful writing skills in Year 1 too, as well as some impressive rugby skills in P.E. – just in time for Six Nations! Year 2 had some creative painting which they put on show; Year 3’s stars had a great week all round as they were awarded for some Maths and Art work, whilst Year 4’s stars showed off some of their topic work, specifically their climate graphs and poster on Brazil which had taken a lot of effort and teamwork.

Year 5 saw their whole class rewarded for outstanding work on their recent trip to Cartwright Hall and Year 6 showed off their carnival costume creations to end a fantastic assembly.

Well done to all our stars this week, enjoy your well deserved break!



Stars if the Week!

It was great to see some of our Lexia students up there in ‘Good Work’ assembly this week, their hard work is paying off as they are rapidly progressing through the levels and they were rewarded with certificates this week!

We have seen some great work all round this week and fantastic progress is being made across the board which is pleasing to see as all of our students work so hard. Some progress in the pool has been rewarded for Year 4 this week with their swimming coming on leaps and bounds. Across the rest of the school we had some brilliant Geography work, more excellent writing skills were on show and as ever it was nice to see positive and helpful attitudes be acknowledged and rewarded.

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Stars of the Week!

Reception kicked us off this week with Sebastian earning a certificate for some fantastic writing, even remembering his finger spaces! Whilst one of our new students Polly won her award for her efforts to make new friends in her class.

Year 2’s won their awards for some hard work on problem solving, whilst Y6’s showed off some impressive writing skills in their Literacy. The Year 4 stars had shown their teamwork and sporting skills in their basketball P.E lesson to earn their certificate’s and also showed off some Cracking Contraption work, with a fantastic explanation from Ella of her Bed-Maker-o-Matic! Year 5’s again showed their writing skills with some very emotional pieces, whilst Year 1’s had some cracking artwork and poetry too! We saw more impressive Literacy work from Year 3, specifically the improvement in getting ideas from their brilliant minds down onto paper, allowing us to see their full potential in their work!

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Stars of the Week!

This week we had a fantastic good work assembly. Reception kicked us off with some very positive new years resolutions and had set a lovely, gourmet restaurant in their class! The next certificates were for some excellent progress in Lexia which is great to see! Across the rest of the school there were awards given for improving attitudes to learning, for display of scientific and mathematical minds and it was brilliant to see some stars awarded for an exceptional week all round!

We ended this weeks assembly with a special homework piece from Y6’s Orla, who had constructed a video, with her own backing music and lyrics, for her World War One homework. The video, called: ‘Sense in War’ was a harrowing and emotional piece on WW1 that amazed staff and students alike, it was an incredible production that deserves a huge well done!