Tuesday, 20 July 2010

Prize Giving

Well done to all our fantastic award winners this year. A lovely assembly attended by all pupils, staff and parents saw Elianne, Luke, Emily, Connor, Kieran, Kane, Tiny, Kuba, Tobi, Jake, Callum, Phoebe, Gregor and Louie collect awards for their effort and attitude to their school work. For our Year 6 pupils, the Miss Ellis prize for creative writing was presented to Millie, Aya received the Lyn Brookes award for creativity whilst Adam and Sophie shared the Whitlam shield for effort. Year 6 awards were also presented to Jack for art, Katy and Kydn for citizenship, Caitlin for music, Tom for sports boy and Mollie for sports girl. The award for English was shared by Georgia and Todd, The award for maths was shared by Mateusz and Sam. Mrs Brundish presented awards to Jack who received the golden boot and William was presented with the player of the year award. Finally, Mrs Nash presented this years Headteacher Award to Olivia. Many, many congratulations to all our winners. We are very proud of you all!
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Prize Giving

Friday, 2 July 2010

Sports Days

For the second year running the sun shone on Silverhill sports days and the temperature was HOT! All the children had a thoroughly enjoyable time and took part whole heartedly. Thank you to all the parents who turned out to support and encourage the children. We hope you enjoyed the days as much as we all did. In KS2 the Brazil Team earned the most points. In KS1 the cucumbers earned first place. Special effort awards in Key Stage 1 were given to Alex, Isabel, Rachel, Ffion and Elailsa.

World Cup week

The week of 21st June was World Cup week in Silverhill. Children kept their fingers crossed for England and completed a wide range of activites to do with the World Cup. What a pity England didn't do so well!

Willow weaving

During the week 14th June all children took part in willow weaving workshops with Carol Beavis resulting in these beautiful sculptures. Many thanks to the PTFA for funding this Carol for running the workshops and to the children for the fantastic weaving!