Posted: 25th January 2021

Miss Phillips, Head of Leweston Prep, hosts her Celebration Assembly with pupils, parents and staff each week. Everyone has been showcasing fantastic resilience and working tremendously well throughout the recent online learning and the assembly shines a light on some recent work and achievements.

A big well done to everyone who got given a special mention during the Celebration Assembly last Friday, and to all of our pupils who continually impress us with their hard work and upbeat attitude, lifting their teachers’ spirits everyday.

Here are just a few examples of the achievements showcased on Friday:

  • Well done to Tilly, Year 3, who inventively used the online piano for her Music lesson, and to Venice, Year 4 for choosing to learn a raft of new songs independently.
  • Year 5, who submitted some fantastic Viking boats as part of their History project – with particular mention to William who labelled his boat so well and Cecilia who got creative and used Jenga as part of her project!
  • Jamie, Year 1, who really impressed his teacher with his perseverance and hard work when writing his script.
  • Well done to Helena, Year 2, for her fantastic science investigations. Helena carried out the work set and then went even further and carried out her own experiments with ice.
  • Congratulations to Jack, Year 6, who shared his special Blue Peter Sports Badge 2020 with his class last week. He achieved it for writing about his Around the World Challenge.
  • Rupert, Year 6, created a wonderful pasta meal for his sister Jemima. He prepared the meal from raw ingredients, laid the table and even washed up afterwards! What a star! Jemima was very impressed.
  • Well done to Seb, Year 4, who has been awarded his Blue Peter badge for the wonderful poem he wrote for the NHS.
  • Harvey, Year 4, for carrying out his own research and produced a very impressive fact sheet about lemurs, inspired by the lovely wallpaper he has at home.
  • Year 4 who have been painting impressive sailboat silhouettes in Art.
  • Year 3 have been thoroughly enjoying their Rainforest Topic and have been learning about the different layers of the rainforest. The whole year group have impressed their teachers as they all continually contribute during live Zoom lessons and work very hard on their independent tasks.
  • Abigail, Year 5, who made a really excellent poster about why plastic is harmful as part of her ESR Topic ‘What our Oceans do for us’.

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