Pride of Prince Edward

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This superstar has been working so hard to become the Pride of Prince Edward and he has totally transformed himself. He is now a sensible, conscientious and grown up member of our class. He is a brilliant team player and supports the other children in class to do their best.  I am so proud  of his persistence and growth mindset, which have allowed him to transform into a real Pride of Prince Edward.

Pride of Prince Edward

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I am thrilled to be able to award this pupil with the Pride of Prince award! I feel very lucky to have him in Sapphire class, and since I met him at the start of the year he has been an absolute pleasure to teach. He is kind, polite and considerate of the feelings of others. He is well mannered and always goes out of his way to help in any way that he can. He works hard in all of his lessons, and is always up for a challenge. He has really been impressing me with how hard he has worked over the past few weeks. I cannot think of anyone more deserving of being the new Pride of Prince Edward.

Pride of Prince Edward

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The Pride of Prince Edward this week, represents everything that it means to be a Pride. She has consciously worked towards achieving this award. She set her sights on this goal and never gave up working on the qualities she needed to demonstrate. It is an absolute pleasure to have her in Sapphire class. Since the start of the year she has always been kind, polite and considerate of the feelings of others. Sophie loves a challenge and never gives up; and since September, she has had such a positive attitude towards her learning. Sophie fully deserves to be the new Pride of Prince Edward.

Black History Month

Here is one of our Y3 Blog entries about the work they did on Black History Month, Nelson Mandela and apartheid. I set the Y3s a challenge to find our what significance my key ring souvenir has. I bought it in Cape Town. The key ring simply says “466/64”.

Aquamarine Class

This week we have been learning about Nelson Mandela for black history month. We have completed a fact file about him using the iPads and we have had lots of discussions about apartheid, race and diversity. Mrs Weet has been really impressed with our mature ideas!

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