The Tudor Headteacher's Award
At the end of each term, each classteacher chooses two children from their class for the 'Headteacher's Award'.
In a special assembly, the classteachers share the 'story behind their success' with all the children in school. The child also receives a special certificate to commemorate the achievement.
Their name is then added to the 'Tudor Primary Roll of Honour' which can be found below.
Roll of Honour 2021-2022
Leo McN- Leo has settled into reception well and since day one has been a positive role model for both behaviour and Learning. I have watched Leo's natural curiosity for learning grow and take him to some fantastic places in both his phonics and writing and I am excited to watch this continue.
Lexi D- Lexi found it tricky to come into school at the beginning of the year, however she has recently turned a corner and is making fantastic progress in her learning. During carpet time she is engaged and always contributing valuable ideas to learning. Lexi's phonics has taken a fantastic climb and she is showing her true potential. I am so proud of how far you have come Lexi, Keep it up!
Jaxon R- Jaxon has made a fantastic start to Reception. He tries very hard to join in carpet time and during our play time is trying very hard to always be a kind friend. He thinks of exciting games to play and it keen to let other join in. He is SO helpful to his teachers and we are very proud of his achievements so far. Well done Jaxon!
Evie P - Evie is a fantastic member of Red Class. She tries her best with all of her learning and has really impressed us with her amazing independent writing. She is becoming more and more confident every day and is trying hard to share her ideas on the carpet. Well done Evie, we are very proud of you!
Callum N – Callum has been an absolute superstar this term, and always gives 100% effort and enthusiasm in every lesson. He is also incredibly helpful, and is always the first to volunteer to do jobs for his teachers and classmates. Keep up the amazing work Callum, your teachers are so impressed with you!
Verity S – Verity is such a kind, responsible and respectful member of the class and she is a true Tudor role model to others. She not only works her absolute hardest in every lesson, but she is also exceptionally kind to others. She should be so proud of how well she is doing in year 1 - Well done Verity!
Jamie M – Jamie has had an incredible start to life in year 1. He determination and hard working nature has meant that he has flourished in all areas of the curriculum. He is always keen to show me the sentences he has produced and he is always taking my feedback on board. You are not afraid to ask and answer questions in class. You are a joy to have in class Jamie.
Ivey S – Ivey is one of the most hard working children I know. She is someone who sometimes finds things tricky but is never afraid to give it a go. She always takes my feedback on board and this is why you are improving in every subject. Ivey has been practising her phonics, reading and writing at home which has been wonderful to see. Keep it up Ivey!
Samson R-S- Samson is a keen learner and wants to find out more about what we have looked at in class. He is always trying to be the best he can and is starting to see that sometimes a mistake or two is all part of the learning process (a really tricky lesson to learn). As well as being a whizz with numbers and loving extra maths challenges, Samson is a prolific reader, sharing his super reading skills everyday on Seesaw. Not only does he read everyday, but he adds expression and fun to the texts he shared. Well done Samson- super student!
Dollie-Rose B- Dollie Rose has made super progress this term because SHE IS AWESOME! Dollie listens in class and then puts into action what is said. Not only does she listen to the whole class teaching, but when adults help her with her work she then uses that the next time she is doing the activity. On top of all that… Dollie is a great class member who smiles and shares her positivity to all. Dollie keep up the great work and we are so glad you are in our class.
Heidi A - Heidi works incredibly hard in all lessons and can always be relied upon to try her best. The quality of her work has been super this term and it has been lovely to see her confidence growing too. Keep up the great work Heidi!
Eden S - Eden puts a huge amount of effort into everything that he does, even when he finds tasks challenging. He has been developing his skills well this term and has also grown a lot in confidence. He is always incredibly kind and helpful towards others and a great role model. Keep it up Eden!
Anna C- Anna is such a positive child, who gives 100% to ALL her subjects. She has shown such a determined attitude towards her work and has made super progress with her learning. Well Done, you should be really proud of yourself!
Francisco M M - Francisco's confidence has begun to shine through since the start of the year. He has become more confident to share out his well-thought out ideas in class and it is so brilliant to see. Keep up that new found confidence Francisco!
Ryan B- Ryan displays an exceptional attitude to his learning, not letting anything stand in his way. This attitude has been evident in the work that he has been completing as well as in the participation in class activities. Ryan should be incredibly proud of himself not only for the progress he has made, but also for the progress his is continuing to make.
Vithursha P- Vithursha consistently pushes herself to be the best that she can be - always seeking to challenge and extend her abilities. She displays a great attitude to learning, always ready to get stuck into every lesson and participate to the fullest. Vithursha's self-belief is infectious, and she is an amazing role model for Tudor Primary School.
Christa F - At the beginning of the term, Christa would get quite emotional when having to work independently, but her confidence has definitely grown over the term. She is now super proud of herself, as are the adults in the class, with her efforts and what she produces. She is now able to write numerous sentences independently and tries her best to include some different skills and techniques she has learnt within in Y4.
Max P - Max is a good role model to his class. He participates well during all lessons; he listens attentively and then puts great efforts into his work. You can see that he is keen to learn, but he is also helpful towards his peers. Max has had a great start to his Y4 journey.
Daniel P- Daniel is full to the brim with enthusiasm towards his learning! Daniel is a great role model as he listens attentively and contributes fantastic ideas during all lessons. He is able to take on feedback from different adults in the room and use this to improve his work, which is always completed to the best of his ability. Not only has he achieved great academic success this term, but Daniel is kind and helpful towards his peers. Well done, a fantastic start to year 4 - keep it up!
Cherish R- Cherish is such a focused member of the class. When you look around the room, you can always rely on Cherish to be listening attentively – whether that means the teacher at the front, or one of her peers, she always shows the same level of respect. Cherish not only takes her own learning seriously, but is always willing to help other children in the class. Cherish often produces beautifully presented work which will is shared with pride on our classroom displays. Well done Cherish, a brilliant start to year 4.
Hassan K– Hassan is an incredibly polite individual who’s behaviour is always fantastic, however, the main reason he has been chosen is because of the progress he has made as a result of consistently putting in 100% to his learning. Hassan always tries to challenge himself, and his determination to succeed is admirable
Chloe R – Chloe has made a really good effort this term to prioritise her learning, attending year 5 breakfast club every day and becoming more independent with her work. She has also improved with her engagement in school.
Olivia A – Not only is Olivia a wonderful writer and magnificent mathematician, she is also an outstanding example to her peers in how she treats her books and classroom environment. Thank you Olivia.
Dylan M – We are very impressed with the progress that Dylan has made already in year 5! He is taking his learning seriously and is showing super focus when working independently. Well done Dylan!
Reece B – For putting in the effort to make some very pleasing advances in his maths and reading, he has shown a better focus and personal motivation to do his best in these areas
Amber C – for showing a desire to improve her ability to apply herself with consistency across the curriculum, which is resulting in good progress throughout the curriculum
Kieran H - He has such a positive attitude towards his learning and never gives up when he finds something challenging. He always tries his best and comes in to school every day with a huge smile on his face. Keep it up Kieran!
Kezia A - She is incredibly determined and is working very hard this year. She has a mature attitude towards her learning and will often support and help others. She is really proving to herself what she is capable of! Well done Kezia!
Roll of Honour 2020 - 2021
Finn O'S- For phenomenal progress this year in ALL aspects of school life. With an increased confidence, you have overcome so many challenges and made your first year at Tudor school a HUGE success! Well done Finn!
Cian M- To such a positive, happy and well-behaved boy, you have had been an absolute pleasure to teach from the start of the year. Well done on the incredible progress you have made, all because of the effort you put in everyday, you should feel very proud of yourself!
Paige W - Her consistency with her home learning has helped her to progress in her reading and writing. Paige has worked extremely hard to achieve her word ladder number 13.We are very proud of you.
Max H- this term Max has become more mature and changed his attitude to his learning max has become a confident writer producing some lovely independent writing. Keep it up Max!
Ella G - Ella is a determined and enthusiastic learner with a very curious mind. She loves to learn new things and look deeply behind the face of new facts. She is a role model for behaviour in class and is always doing the right thing alongside encouraging her peers to also do so. Working with Ella has been a pleasure and i hope her radiation of positive energy follows her into year 2.
Ben R - Ben is a Tudor role model. When I look back to the Ben that joined my class in the Autumn term and compare him to the Ben I know today, I just cannot believe the difference in confidence. Ben is consistently pushing himself to produce above and beyond the expected response to given tasks and if there was one way I could applaud him, giving his this award would be it. I am SO proud of how far you have come Ben!
Emma N– for her consistently hard-working attitude throughout the entire school year. She is a perfect Tudor Role Model, showing all of our school values at all times, and she is always ready to challenge herself and extend her learning. The sky is truly the limit for Emma, keep up the amazing attitude!
Zachary S-P – for his amazing progress this year, both in his learning and his attitude in class. He has been working incredibly hard this year, and it’s been fantastic to watch him flourish in all subjects. His new found independence, confidence and determination will help him go very far in the future.
Enid Y- During the Summer term, Enid has worked hard in all areas. She puts her hand up in EVERY lesson; she is a super learning partner AND she uses her sounds to try and spelling some adventurous words. Enid is a little ray of sunshine and positivity on cloudy days with her effort in lessons as well as with her friends. You have really WOWed us this term Enid- I know you will keep WOWing in Key Stage 2 too.
Roman C- Roman makes our class a happier place! He does this by sharing his great ideas; his winning smile and his great dance moves. Roman has worked hard on his handwriting and always comes up with THE BEST similes in our shared writing. He is a good friend and knows how to listen well. ALSO, he knows some pretty killer dance moves and sings a few classic tunes! All in all, Roman you have made the summer term great with enthusiasm and that extra bit of Roman sparkle… oh and he LOVES a tuna baguette!
Aine W - Aine is a really lovely girl who is always incredibly kind to others. She goes out of her way to help people and does so without being asked. Aine's confidence has improved a lot this year and she is now able to work a lot more independently. She treats all challenges with a positive attitude and can always be relied upon to try her best.
Alyssa R- Alyssa has worked hard all year but her confidence and enthusiasm have really grown throughout this term. She takes a great pride in her work and in how this is presented and has even earned her pen licence! She listens and responds really well when she is given feedback and this has meant that the quality of her work has improved a lot too.
Ellie P – What an amazing year Ellie you have had. You have shown determination when things are tricky, you have also persevered to become more independent with your work. This has resulted in your confidence and work rapidly improving. You should be very proud of how far you have come with your reading this year. Well done Ellie!
Joanna N – If I could give Joanna more than an excellent for her effort levels I would! She is always working hard in group work and independent work. There is no distracting or stopping Joanna from completing the task to a high standard. This determination has meant that even when she finds it tricky she perseveres through and often succeeds. You should be incredibly proud of the year you have had Joanna.
Abdul M- For having an amazing attitude to learning at all times. His resilience and positive attitude have meant that he has made great progress, particularly with his writing. He is a joy to have in the classroom and is consistently researches and shares facts about the topics that we are currently learning about.
Miguel M- Miguel has an inquisitive mind that helps him to think deeply about the topics. He constantly pushes himself to learn more and has been applying himself more and more across the curriculum. As a result of this, his confidence has greatly flourished. Whilst he can be quiet, Miguel is both kind and confident and gets on really well with his classmates.
Ellis L- For showing such a super positive attitude towards his learning across the curriculum and always giving 100% in all that he does. He has produced work that he should be proud of!
Romesha A - For having a more determined attitude towards her learning and facing challenges head on. She has tried hard to not only complete challenges, but share her ideas with her peers aswell!
Jay C - I have seen a big improvement over the year with Jay's attitude towards education. He may not find things easy at times, which at the beginning of the year he would just give up. However, as the year has gone on Jay has not shied away from the work set for him. At times, he has wanted to continue with his learning in his own time, which has been lovely to see. I have also seen Jay mature over the year and be helpful and considerate to members of his class.
Layla M - Layla started the year quite timid and quiet however, I have seen a massive confidence boost lately and you can see that she now takes pride in her work. Her contribution levels have increased and is very eager to share her ideas, which are always great. She is a lovely member of the class and is very hard working.
Summer-Eve McC – for always wanting to improve herself! Turning up to every bit of extra support offered and listening carefully to advice and feedback during these sessions.
William S – For his excellent progress with his reading and writing this year – William has been sure to take on any support given and his hard work is paying off
Amy B – Amy has flourished this year and her confidence has soared. She has taken our feedback on board and always tried her best to meet the learning objective. She really has become a top learner.
Harry W – Harry has risen to the challenge of Year 5 and surpassed our high expectations of him. His considered and measured approach to learning has been a joy to have in 5X.
Max W – For improvements in his attitude towards learning, which has seen him become more reflective and look for ways to improve his work. This has led to big improvements in reading and maths in particular.
Chloe B– for a highly consistent attitude towards all her subjects, she has consistently worked hard throughout the whole year and endeavoured to set an example with all aspects of school life
Gilly S – Gilly has worked incredibly hard all year! She is a very kind and conscientious member of the class and has a positive and mature attitude towards her learning. Her work is always presented beautifully and she has been determined to do well this year. Well done Gilly!
Theo P – Theo always comes into school with a smile on his face and is enthusiastic in class. He has really matured over the year and has been working hard to become more independent. Theo has a great sense of humour and is a great friend to others. Well done Theo!
Harper McC - Harper has returned to school with a fantastic attitude to learning. She is trying so hard with her phonics and is starting to do her writing on her own. Well done Harper!
Ezra M - Ezra has been trying so hard all of his learning. He is using his phonics to write at least three sentences every day and is really good at remembering his number bonds to 20. Well done Ezra!
Hadley J - for always coming to school with a smile and making Miss Price laugh daily! Hadley works very hard on his reading and maths, but in particular his writing which he has recently excelled in!
Archie W - Well done on overcoming the challenges of home learning to return to school with such a positive attitude towards your learning. You try your best in everything you do, and we are very proud of you!
Hassan R - At the beginning of year 1 Hassan found the transition tricky and struggled to focus. He has continued to push himself by attending extra sessions, practicing every day at home and paying close attention phonics lessons. He kept this up during lockdown resulting in amazing progress in both reading and independent writing! Well done Hassan! Keep up your amazing attitude to learning!
Sienna N-H - Her consistent approach to home learning allowed her to make progress and boost her confidence in her writing. Since returning to school Sienna has written some fantastic stories about cars using adjectives to describe her characters and make sentences super interesting! Keep it up Sienna!
Noah H - for his absolute transformation since autumn. He used to find school quite tricky, and would tell adults he didn't like it here. Now however, Noah comes in with a huge smile on his face and is enthusiastic and ready to learn. He has also worked super hard on his handwriting, both in school and at home. The change this has made is phenomenal- well done Noah!
Henry L - for consistently showing all of our school values, and being incredibly hardworking and helpful to others. Henry even goes the extra mile and completes work at home to push his learning even further! We are all so proud of you Henry, you are such a kind and caring member of the class- keep up the fantastic work.
Owi K- This past term Owi has worked really hard on her writing this past term. She has focused hard and really begun to use her sounds well. Owi continued to work hard during home learning and we have been so proud of her positive attitude as well as her wonderful dancing!
Klaudia P- This term Klaudia has continued to mature and become an even better learner than EVER before. While working at home, Klaudia put in 100% effort and I looked forward to seeing the work ping in everyday. I am looking forward to seeing more of her great work when she is IN school as well as hearing her great jokes!
Nylah-Rai P - She has developed a really mature attitude to her learning and has worked really hard both at home and in school this term, even when she has found things difficult. She listens carefully, tries her best in all subjects and is developing the confidence to use resources independently to help her with her work.
Luxmiha S - Her work both at home and in school has been very impressive this term. She really takes on board feedback and is starting to use this really well to improve the quality of her work and to correct any mistakes that she makes. She is very conscientious and reads every single day of the week as part of our virtual reading drive.
Frankie T - Frankie has grown in confidence this term and her attitude to learning has changed. She absolutely flourished in home learning consistently produced work of a high quality. She then bought this attitude back to classroom and continued to try hard and produce great work! Well done Frankie!
Aidan K - Aidan is someone who consistently brings a hardworking, driven attitude to his learning. He approached any task in a calm, collected manner and produces work to a high standard. He is a very kind person and a great learning partner. He is a great role model for others in the class.
Briar-Rose B- Throughout the school closure and since we returned to school, Briar-Rose has shown so much dedication to her learning. She tries her hardest in every single lesson and is a delight to teach because of the effort she puts in all the time.
Aiden W - Aiden is a role model for learning in the class. He gives his absolute all in every lesson and never needs any additional reminders to focus. He is consistently polite to all children and adults and is always doing the right thing.
Milan M- has worked extremely hard over the home learning period. He produced work of a really high standard and showed a fantastically positive attitude towards home learning. He always participated in all the challenges, especially embracing the mental health week activities - there was some really funky dance moves and fantastic fancy dress. Since being back at school, Milan has continued with this positive attitude in every subject. He is a delight to have in the classroom.
Callum H - worked really hard over the home learning period on his independent skills, which was fantastic to see! As soon as he has come back into class, Callum has shown a brilliant attitude towards his learning and really enjoyed the topic all about volcanoes. He has become much more independent in his learning and is producing work of a great standard all by himself, all adults in the class have been SUPER impressed. Keep up the positive attitude and independent skills!
Kye P-R - Kye is a quiet member of the class. During the current lockdown I saw a different child who was motivated and proud of what he is achieving. He worked hard during lockdown and produced some amazing work. On returning to school Kye is still one of the quiet members of the class but I can see that his maths skills have definitely improved, and he is working hard in class.
Shreya K - Shreya is a lovely member of the class who is friendly and kind towards her peers. She works extremely hard in all aspects of her learning. She produces some beautiful writing pieces that I will often use as a WAGOLL for the rest of the class to read and enjoy her writing just like I do. Keep up the great work!
Imogen P – Imogen is a model Tudor pupil. During her time in year 5 she has grown in confidence and resilience. Imogen always puts 100% effort into everything piece of work and this really shows, she is always on task and keen to contribute in lessons. Imogen - you’re a pleasure to have in class!
Ana D-S- For her consistent efforts across all subjects. Although Ana can often come across as quiet, it’s usually because she’s busy getting on with her work. She is well organised and always remembers to bring in her reading diary and homework on time
Eliana R – Not only does Eliana strive to achieve great things in her learning, she also demonstrates the Tudor Values impeccably. Well done Eliana.
Temidayo E- He gives his all every single day. He is a child with great determination to succeed and this is resulting in super outcomes. Keep it up!
Ebraheim R – for overcoming the technical challenges of lockdown to submit some very good work but in particular returning to school with a greatly improved attitude
Abby M– for consistently submitting creative and high quality work during lockdown, she has continued to challenge herself and work hard to improve
Sam C – I have seen a huge change in Sam this term. He has been taking full responsibility for his learning and is able to see that he is capable of achieving great things. He is an incredibly kind and caring member of the class and a fantastic friend to others. Well done Sam!
Klara P – for always working incredibly hard in all subjects and pushing herself to do her best. She takes great pride in all of her work, which is presented beautifully. Klara is very kind and supportive of others and always has a positive attitude towards school and her learning.
Lucas J- To someone who comes to school every day with a smile on his face. You are such a polite and caring ,member of the class who always tries his best in everything that he does. Well done Lucas!
Harry L- Wow what a difference a term makes! Well done Harry, you have completely transformed your confidence and attitude towards your learning. Your reading, writing and maths are just amazing! Keep up the good work!
Lexi B – Lexi has been very thoughtful, kind and caring throughout this term. She has been trying very hard to impress her teachers with both her fantastic behaviour and trying her best with all of her learning. Lexi persists with all challenges and tries hard to impress her teachers. She has been an star this term!
Zachary B – Zachary’s enthusiasm for learning is infectious and his smile lights up our classroom every day. He is always so kind to his friends and tries very hard to be helpful around the classroom. Zachary has been trying very hard with his learning and has made fantastic progress this term. He should be very proud of everything he has achieved so far at school!
Connor B – For being an all round absolute star. Connor is such a happy presence in the classroom, and is kind, caring and helpful to everyone. He goes out of his way to care for others, even going inside to get a coat for his friends who look cold. Connor has been working so hard, especially in phonics, and has blown us all away with the incredible progress he has made this term.
Olivia S – For her transformation in attitude towards school this term. Olivia is now always so happy and smiley in school, and loves to tell jokes and make everyone laugh with her fantastic sense of humour. She has also been working very hard in all of her lessons, and has been making great progress towards her targets.
Joey K - Joey in an inspiration to all other children in class. He has a smile on his face every single day and has the capability to project this onto his classmates with such ease. He is one of the most kind and caring children, he always looks out for his peers. Joey has become a class teacher by sharing his BSL talent with the rest of the class, resulting in us all learning something new. We are so proud of every step Joey makes in progress and cannot wait to see where he is at the end of the year. Keep it up Joey!
Arya S M– Arya is a role model for 1O. She has impressed us not only with her determination to do well and push herself in class, but with her efforts to read and work every day at home. This is so prevalent in Arya’s school work and her range of vocabulary is ever evolving. We are so proud of the hard worker that you are. Well Done Arya!
Lulu T- This term Lulu has focused really well and she is seeing the benefits of this. She has SMASHED her phonics and uses her skills in class when spelling and reading. During the term she has not only been a super student, but also a great friend- helping others and being kind to those around her. She is a diamond to teach and makes us all smile everyday.
Milo W- Whilst he can worry about things, but he is starting to realise that all he needs to so is to ask for help and he is fine. This term he has taken time to think about what he can add to his writing to make it better as well as show his working out in maths. On top of this- he has been doing some pretty AWESOME reading too!
Reila S-M - Reila is a sensible, reliable and hardworking member of the class who tries her best in everything that she does. She always listens carefully and does exactly what she's asked to do, showing a really mature attitude to her learning. This has helped her to make good progress throughout the term.
Aarav K - Aarav is a really responsible and enthusiastic member of the class who has grown in confidence this term. He works hard in all lessons and always does his best. He has also been able to give some great explanations in lessons and is very supportive of the other children in the class.
Isabella K - Isabella is an absolute delight to have in the classroom. She treats every single child and adult with respect and kindness all the time and always goes out of her way to help others. Her bubbly and kind attitude makes everyone's day a little better!
Mason G - This term, Mason has shown us the real meaning of determination. Not only does he always try his hardest in every single school day and every single lesson, he is also incredibly focused during his extra Maths session after school and completes extra Lexia time at home as well!
Eadie W - Eadie has made a brilliant start to year 3! She works hard in every single lesson. Her determination and positivity mean she pushes herself often achieving great things. She always has her hand up to contribute to class discussions or ask questions. She works brilliantly with whoever her learning partner is. Well done Eadie, you deserve this 😄
Florence J - Florence has excelled this term and should be incredibly proud of the hard work she has put in, especially in her reading. Often completing the questions to a high standard early in guided reading, meaning you almost full marked your reading assessment! I have been very impressed Florence, well done!
Atikas P - Atikas is new to Tudor this year and it is clear to see he has a great positive attitude towards his learning and life in general. He is a joy to have in our class and he has settled in so well it's like he has always been with us. He has a great sense of humour and a heart of gold. He does find aspects to his learning a little tricky, but this doesn't stop him, and he takes constructive feedback very well and you can see he wants to better himself.
Chase S - Chase can find his work challenging at times and is trying very hard to become more independent with the support from his peers and adults in the classroom. Chase has a great imagination and can give some impressive, well thought out answers. He is trying hard to improve his handwriting and presentation of his work. He is starting to show good progress with his learning and needs to keep up his hard work.
Lilly T - She has come on in leaps and bounds in developing her self confidence which has been amazing to see! She has become a positive and hardworking child that always tries her best in all that she does. I have been really impressed, well done!
Devon S- For having a more positive and 'give it a go' attitude to his work. He has made huge progress since starting in Year 4 in working more independently. Keep up the hard work, it has been great to see!
Alexandra V – Alexandra is always so organised and ready to learn. Despite having to self-isolate at one point this term, when returning to school she completed two weeks’ worth of English work in two lessons and completely caught herself up! Her behaviour is consistently excellent and she is an excellent role model
Athreya R – Athreya is always looking for ways to challenge himself and stretch himself – his dedication to his learning is always admirable! He consistently shows his values, and is very helpful to his classmates around him that need help with their learning.
Jaden Y – What a difference we have seen in Jaden! He is showing great ambition with his work and continues to make positive choices around the school. Keep it up Jaden!
Aaruthura S- For an outstanding start to Year 5. She consistently puts a great deal of effort into her work, resulting in high quality outcomes. Well done Aaruthura!
Niya P – For an incredibly consistent example of what being a ‘Year 6 Tudor role model’ should be. She works diligently every lesson, is always willing to help others and sets an impeccable standard with her behaviour. 6Y are lucky to have such an amazing role model.
Lewis M – He has shown a great attitude towards his learning this term. He consistently works hard during breakfast club every morning to improve his maths. This then translates into his high level of contributions in lessons and his clear desire to improve. Keep this attitude up next term and I’m sure you will continue to make great progress and be a role model to the class.
Edward F – Edward brings such a positive and vibrant energy into the classroom every day. He is focused and hard-working, and has fantastic comedic timing! He is already showing what a brilliant role-model he can be and has made an amazing start to Year 6! Well done!
Isla J – Isla is a kind, compassionate and understanding member of 6Z. She has a thoughtful and mature way of looking at all kinds of situations and has strong moral values. She always helps and supports others and is an amazing friend. She challenges herself in all subjects and always strives to do her best. Keep it up!
Roll of Honour 2019 - 2020
Leyla N – being a friendly, happy and kind member of Red Class. She approaches each day with a smile on her face and has tried hard to surprise her teachers with her fantastic work. Leyla has been very caring towards her friends and teachers and has helped her new teacher settle in at Tudor by showing her around the classroom.
Lola P - a kind, smiley and enthusiastic member of Red Class. She is keen to impress adults in the classroom with her amazing knowledge and tries hard with all challenges she faces. She is always thinking of others and helps her friends with their learning if she is finding something tricky. Lola always a huge smile on her face when she comes into school and it lights up our classroom – well done Lola!
Charlie P- for outstanding progress this term in all aspects of your learning. You arrive at school everyday with such a positive and infectious happy attitude. Well done Charlie!
Evangeline C- you have grown into such a confident, hardworking girl this year, you should feel very proud of your achievements. You are an absolute pleasure to teach, well done!
Edie M- for always smiling and being happy to be in school. She offered an honest friendship to every child in the class and is always positive and polite. Edie has come a long way in terms of progression and I am very proud to be her teacher. A true Tudor role model.
Jaymes G - he has made such a big improvement since Spring, he has been such a trouper and has consistently provided the class with a friendly smile. Jaymes puts 100% effort into everything he does and is always so ready and happy to learn. I am so proud of how far he has come this year - well done Jaymes!
George J- for working so hard during home learning and since returning to school. He has gone above and beyond every day. He has turned into a mature, sensible and jolly boy who brightens our day every day.
Aida N- she has done all her home learning every day and produced work of increasing excellence. Aida often has gone above and beyond. Her enthusiasm and creative ideas fill us with joy. Thank you Aida!
Daisy R- Over the summer term Daisy has worked incredibly hard at school and at home. She has attacked her learning in creative ways and really started to see the impact she can have on her own learning with that extra bit of focus. Daisy has really grown up this year and this new understanding of how she can improve her work and how she can keep herself focused has been great to see. Everyday during lockdown I have looked forward to seeing what Daisy has been up to. I also have loved having the chance to work with her in class a bit too- oh and who can forget our Harry Potter chats. This year Daisy has started to channel her energy into her work- so watch out Year 3 as Miss Robinson is on her way!
Maisy H- she has worked hard all year- she tries her best in everything...writing, reading, maths, PE ... you name it and she puts in the effort. This term she has worked so well during home learning it has been great to see. She is organised and determined to complete the tasks set for her, but also she spent her time making items for others to help make others smile. It has been a real joy to see the work that she has completed come in everyday and the way that she responds to the feedback I have given her. If I mention something once, Maisy always tries to improve it next time. Keep up the great work and well done Maisy-Moo!
Tadhg M - Tadhg has put in a huge amount of effort with his work both at home and in school. He has greatly improved his focus this term and has worked really hard to improve the quality and quantity of his work. He has also developed a more mature attitude to his learning and has made lots of great contributions in class.
Issac M - he has really grown in confidence this term and this has enabled him to do some work independently. He is starting to use his phonics skills in his writing and has put a huge amount of effort in to his learning both at home and in school. Issac doesn't always find learning easy but tries his best in every lesson.
Sienna A – for going leaps and bounds above what has been expected of her this term. She is someone who has worked really hard over the school closure period and I have been amazed at the progress she has made over this time. Sienna has shown a more confident side to herself, who is proud to show her amazing achievements. Keep it up!
Natalia A - an incredibly kind and hardworking individual who has made a huge effort during the school closure. I enjoy receiving the work she has produced because it is clear that she has worked really hard. She is a real asset to our class!
Emily D - for being an absolute shining star throughout her time in the key workers group. Every single member of staff who had the pleasure of working with Emily told me how impressed they were with her hard-work and independence, and that she was always kind, respectful and responsible at all times and to everyone. Really well done for being such a ray of happiness in such a tough time Emily.
Haadia A - for her fantastic hard work and determination during home learning on Google Classroom. You have worked so hard and should be so proud of how much you have achieved in every subject. I have been impressed with the dedication you have shown in all the work you have completed, and in the days you have been back in year three I've been amazed at how your confidence and ability has grown, well done!
Alexandra V- This year in Maths, Alexandra has shown so much determination and drive. As soon as we begin an activity, she is immediately working hard and she applies all the advice and teaching that is given during the lesson to help her complete the work. Although sometimes she finds new concepts tricky, she never gives up!
Taylor B- a lovely child to have in a class because he always treats others with kindness and respect. During P.E. and break times, he is a wonderful member of a team because he cheers on all the other children and really puts his maximum effort into the activity. Although he is competitive, he still treats the opposing team with respect and fairness.
Olivia M - a bubbly, vibrant member of the class who has a great sense of humor and this has really shone through her home learning as some of the work she has produced has been well thought out and very creative. Olivia can find things challenging at times but this does not stop her persevering and trying her best.
Jayden B - At the start of the year Jayden was very quiet and reserved and this showed in his work as he would tend to stick to the bare minimum and tend to rush through to get the work over and done with. However, through the last term I have seen a new built confidence within Jayden and again this has also shone within his work. Lessons that may not have particularly been his 'favourite' are now completed to a good ability and I am so proud to see this. Well done.
Broden H –he consistently puts in an incredible amount of effort into his work throughout the year. He is always polite and kind to others, and is an excellent Tudor role model
Jake H – for great progress this term with his efforts in class and on Google Classroom, and his self-confidence. Jake has been arriving to school ready to learn, and despite things being different this year, he has adapted really well. Well done, Jake!
Megan S – As well as being kind and conscientious, her attitude to her work has been fantastic all year; this great work ethic has continued with her home learning. I have been particularly impressed by her desire to use feedback to improve her work. What a great learner Tudor has in Megan Stokes! Keep it up Megan.
Macy-Rae B – Each and every day, this child comes into school with a HUGE smile on her face and an enthusiastic demeanour. She has shown a much-improved attitude to her learning and now tries her best to work independently, before asking for help when needed. Keep it up in next year Macy!
Taylor W-B- an enthusiastic member of 6Y. He always is looking to do his best and wants to complete work to his highest standard. He has continually partaken in all learning opportunities and engages fully within discussions. Being away from school this term has been tricky for Taylor, but this has not affected his resolve to do his best and engage with members of the school.
Ethan M- for taking a full and active part in home learning this term. He hasn’t always found tasks easy but I have been really impressed with engagement in discussing and wanting to understand and improve. This attitude has always been prevalent in class also. He should be very proud of his successes.
Asma B – she has put her all into Year 6. She has developed her resilience and been a brilliant role model for our three core principles; being kind, respectful and responsible. She takes great pride in her work and has been a good friend to others. Well done!
Chloe M – she has shown great dedication and perseverance this year. She has become more responsible for her learning and has been focused in class. Her confidence has really grown and she now makes sure she really challenges herself – especially in maths. Keep up the great work!
Aubrey C- Aubrey is a kind, helpful and fantastic member of Red Class and someone you can rely on to be sensible. She is self-motivated and always gives her best efforts no matter the challenge. She has made really good progress in her reading and is now starting to apply this to her writing. One of Aubrey's most lovely qualities is her willingness to always be a kind friend to others and as a result, has made many friends who enjoy her company - well done!
Abbas H- Abbas is one of my most enthusiastic students! He always comes in with a smile and in addition normally holding a piece of work he has completed at home. Abbas is a hard worker and has proved that he never stops even once home! He has really applied himself to learning to read and has made good progress in this area. It is a real delight to have someone so dedicated to his own learning and development - well done!
Dexter D-For turning up to school everyday with a fantastic attitude towards his learning. You are an excellent role model to your friends and an all round superstar!
Darcy C - For always trying her best and seeking out new challenges to push herself, particularly in reading. You are a kind and caring friend, and fantastic Tudor person - well done!
Willow M- For always taking challenges in her stride. She has a smile on her face every single day and absolutely puts her all into everything she does. She is also an amazing friend in class and looks after her peers with such care and kindness. At a time like this, we need more Willow's in the world.
Archie H-Archie has impressed me each day during school with his determination to impress. Since working from home Archie has completed so much extra work, and kept me updated every single day with his progress, including taking on feedback. Archie's intrinsic motivation allows him to sometimes surprise himself with the work that he produces - Well done Archie, keep it up!
Leon W- for challenging and trusting himself this term. You have produced excellent work Leon! Well done!
Anthony- Anthony has always been an excellent role model and this term he's come on so far in his independent working skills. Well done Anthony!
Teo F-W- Teo has made great progress with his maths and showing a huge amount of determination to push himself further every day. He has also spent a lot of time looking at how to present his brilliant ideas even more clearly. A really solid term where he has put his head down and got on.
Merielle C- Merielle has a positive attitude to her learning and a huge amount of determination to do well. She has worked really hard at school and home at her reading, which is really paying off. She knows what she needs to work on and will take all the help that is given with a huge smile on her face.
Andreas A- Andreas has worked incredibly hard this term. He has greatly improved his focus and has developed a mature attitude to his learning. He has produced many high quality pieces of work across the curriculum both in terms of content and presentation. He likes to challenge himself and responds really well to feedback which helps him to further improve the quality of his work. I'm really impressed with how much he has achieved and he should be really proud of himself.
Marni T- Marni works consistently hard in all areas of the curriculum and always tries her best in everything that she does. She doesn't always find things easy but shows great determination to succeed and keeps trying, even when she finds tasks challenging. Her excellent listening skills have really helped her and she should feel really proud of the progress that she has made this term.
Maxwell T-Max has worked incredibly hard this year, especially this term. He has a much more positive attitude inside the classroom and outside. He should be proud of the choices his making, keep it up!
Dorothy G- For always working hard, but working even harder this term, especially in maths. Dorothy is always listening and strives to do her very best in everything.
Edward M-For putting maximum effort and enthusiasm into every single lesson in school. He always works his hardest in every subject, and even extends this to completing extra work at home. Every week he brings me in stories, comprehensions and maths booklets he's spent his evenings and weekends working on. Keep up the hard work Edward!
Yagmur K- For being a constant ray of sunshine in the class all day every day. She is always so happy and enthusiastic about her learning, putting up her hand in all lessons and giving all new challenges a go. She is such a positive and happy member of the class, and can always be heard saying kind things to other adults and children to make them smile.
Ray H- Ray is a positive, friendly and helpful member of the class. He makes all adults smile with his kindness and is always ready to help anyone around him. This term, Ray has been really determined with practical tasks such as making a balloon powered car and building electrical circuits in Science. It's been great to see how proud he is of himself and the effort he puts into all that he does.
Macie-Mai S- Since January, Macie-Mai's attitude to her learning has completely transformed. She is determined to succeed and to make progress in all subjects. When she is unsure of something, she uses all resources to help her and always asks for help from friends and adults. It's been so great to see Macie-Mai's smiling face when she comes into school in the morning and her new dedication to her learning this term.
David I-David should be very proud of the efforts he has put into his work this last term. He has been really focussed and has challenged himself across all areas. He has particularly excelled in maths and his has been lovely to see his confidence grow. Well done David - Keep up the hard work!
Leon G- Leon does find a few things a little challenging and can sometimes find it hard to listen attentively. However, with some encouragement, Leon has tried really hard with his writing and reading comprehension skills this term and has also become proud in himself of what he can achieve with a little more focus. Well done Leon - Keep it up!
Pavel R-Although Pavel has only joined Tudor Primary School this year, he has made a fantastic impression on all the children and staff what work around him. He is incredibly kind and considerate of others, and shows excellent enthusiasm towards his learning. He frequently asks adults to check over his work to ensure he is doing the best that he can, and the effort he puts into his work is always amazing!
Lilly-May P- Lilly-May always has her head down getting on with her work. She puts 100% into every piece of work to ensure that she shows us she has met her learning objective. Lilly-May is always polite and shows her values. Well done, Lilly-May!
Aaliyah-Rose C- Since joining class 5X, Aaliyah has worked incredibly hard across all subjects. She wants to do well and uses feedback to improve her work further. She has truly understood and adopted ‘the Tudor way’.
Lewis P- For his much improved attitude towards his learning and pushing himself to fulfil his potential. Lewis regularly seeks to improve his work further, both independently and using feedback. His attitude towards his home learning is a shining example to his peers.
Ellis E- Ellis has begun to show a lot more positivity in school, he continues to contribute to lessons but is now more open to improve his work. He in continuing to work very hard to improve and has particularly made some great progress with his maths and writing this term. Keep it up.
Waleska De B- Waleska is developing in confidence, she wants to do well and is beginning to show her true potential. She is starting to contribute more to lessons and is making incredible progress in maths. She is even starting to support her peers with pieces of work and is more active in group work. Well done.
Plamen S- He is incredibly determined and takes on every challenge with 100% effort and focus. He is not afraid to ask for help, as he knows it will help him improve and always has a positive attitude. He has made great progress this year and has become a confident member of the class.
Alex G- He is very hard-working, conscientious and caring. He has shown he has a very mature attitude towards his learning and is a great friend to others. He has a brilliant sense of humour and over the year has grown in confidence, frequently asking questions and sharing ideas with the class.
Shea C- For always trying his best no matter the challenge. Sometimes he can question his own ability but he is developing a great 'can do' attitude. Shea is a good listener on the carpet has made great progress in his reading - so much so he was the first person to be awarded our 'star reader' trophy. Keep up the good work Shea!
Raahima N- Raahima has really grown in confidence since starting in Reception. She is kind to others, always helpful (especially at tidy up time) and likes to challenge herself in what she chooses in Play & Learn. More recently I have been lucky enough to see Raahima share her number knowledge with others in a really supportive way - everyone should have a Raahima in their class!
Nathan C- For a huge transformation in his attitude towards his learning. Nathan is now reading and writing confidently. A very happy boy who always tried his best!
Francesca A- A quietly confident girl who turns up to school every day ready to learn. She is a kind, caring friend who always puts others before herself.
Nishka P- For outstanding progress in her recent learning. Nishka never fails to try her best and put on 101% to everything she does. She is a role model for what a hard worker looks like and this is prevalent in every piece of her work. Well done Nishka!
Eva J - ‘Eva Diva' has the most infectious smile, something that can make anyone's day. She is loving and kind towards her peers and is always happy to help. Her hardworking attitude towards her work has shone and she has become a very resilient learner. Well done Eva we love having you in our class!
Bobbie P- Bobbie is always working hard and doing the right thing. She has a sweet, kind personality and is a role model to all.
Violet B-Violet has really excelled in Year One. Violet works hard and challenges herself. This has really paid off as she’s producing super work in all areas of the curriculum.
Abdul S- This term Abdul has really started to become more independent in his learning- listening to advice and making changes. He is not afraid to challenge himself with his learning in all areas, as well as being a good friend to the members of 2Q.
Amie C- Amie is one of the bravest children I know. She can be a bit wobbly at times and feel worried, but she takes a deep breath and keeps going. This is true in her learning as well- she is not afraid to ask for help and listens well to all the advice she is given.
Abir G- Abir has made excellent strides in his learning this term and his independence is developing each day. He always does his best in each and every lesson and strives to learn as much as he can at school. Abir should be proud of what he has achieved this term and he should understand how much potential he has to achieve more. Keep up the excellent work Abir, I look forward to hearing how well you keep doing.
Amelia R- Amelia is an asset to this school for both her attitude to learning and the values that she shows each day. Amelia comes to school each day with a smile on her face ready to embrace the reading drive and maintains this positive attitude throughout all of her learning. Miss Cosby has mentioned more than once how impressed she is with her phonics and her writing has also improved dramatically. Well done for such a fantastic term Amelia.
Noa C-Noa is a brilliant Tudor role model, who always works hard in every single lesson. She always follows instructions and is more than happy to help other when they need it. Noa often asks questions and seeks out the more challenging challenge in every subject.
Sophia W- Sophia has had a great first term in 3S. She is an incredibly helpful person, who is always asking to help adults and is more than happy to help children when they need it. She can do this because she is always listening and doing the right thing at the right time during class.
Jack M - Jack has really seemed to grow up over the last term. He has made incredible progress in his handwriting in particular, making his work in all works unrecognisable. He now works much harder in lessons, and is putting in real effort to get on well with others in class and on the playground.
Peyton M-An all-round star and the perfect role model for the rest of the class. She is always kind to others, helping in any way she can and is constantly showing all of the school values. She puts 100% effort into all her schoolwork, even bringing in extra work she’s done at home. Keep it up Peyton!
Ryan C- Ryan has an incredibly positive attitude towards his learning. He takes on board all the teaching and is constantly striving to learn and progress. As a result, he has produced some fantastic work that he should be very proud of. As well as this, Ryan is consistently polite and kind towards all children and staff. He is a real Tudor role model!
Sophie C- Sophie is a happy and friendly member of our class. She always comes in with a smile which makes those around her smile as well. She is always eager in lessons and works her hardest all the time especially when she finds something challenging. Sophie makes the classroom a happier place to be in for all the children and adults around her.
Tehila A- Tehila is a perfect role model. She is always doing the right thing and is very loyal and trustworthy. She always tries her best in everything she does even though she may find some things a little challenging. If there could be more Tehila's in the world it would be a better place 🙂
Max G- Max has made a massive improvement and his transition from Year 3 to Year 4 has been amazing. His work has progressed immensely and also his attitude towards his learning. Some days he would come in and work so quietly and sensibly that you wouldn't even know he was there! He gives 100% in all that he does and I am so very proud of him!
George G-The effort and enthusiasm he has put into his learning this term has been excellent. Even if it is something he is finding tricky, he puts in 100% and it’s definitely beginning to pay off - the progress he is making is great!
Amira Y- Amira’s behaviour and commitment to her learning is consistently fantastic. She listens carefully to feedback and ensures that her work is the best it can possibly be in terms of both presentation and quality.
Ollie S- Ollie has worked incredibly this term and continues to respond well to the feedback he is given. It has been a joy to see him grow in confidence and resilience. Keep it up Ollie!
Anusha N-Anusha is always kind, polite and conscientious. She works hard to do her best in every lesson and takes pride in her work, setting an amazing example to her peers.
Zoe H- For challenging herself and starting to believe in herself more. This has resulted in some great progress. Well done
Halle D- For always having a smile on her face and trying her best – this is resulting in increased confidence that she can do more than she thought she could. Keep it up
Nia S- Nia should be very proud of the amount of effort she has put into her learning this term. Nia has been really focused and has challenged herself in all lessons. She has particularly excelled in maths this year and it has been lovely to see her confidence grow in class. Well done Nia – keep working hard!
Joshua P- Joshua has had a very mature attitude to his learning this year. Joshua works hard in every subject and is constantly finding ways to improve his work and develop his skills further. He is a kind and supportive member of the class and is keen to help others. You should feel very proud of how well you are doing Joshua – well done!
Roll of Honour 2018 - 2019
Connor C - for making extreme progress this year both emotionally, mentally and academically. Connor is now a careful and respectful learner and I am so proud of all that he has achieved since coming into Red Class. I am sure is capable of continuing this change in Year One. Well done Connor!
Alexis B - Alexis never fails to make the staff smile, with her infectious personality everyone loves to be around her. Alexis has made some fantastic strides this year and is now a much more resilient and conscientious learner. I can’t wait to see what the future holds for her. Good luck in year one Alexis, I’ll miss you!
Grace M-P - For consistently working hard all through out the year. You are always polite, kind and caring to your peers, and are a pleasure to teach.
Emma G - A helpful Tudor person who always wants to learn! Emma sets a great example to her peers by always trying her best and being a kind and caring friend.
Reid W-P- For having a positive and enthusiastic attitude towards his learning. Always doing the right thing and following the school principals . Reid has worked really hard and made a lot of progress in all areas this year. A true Tudor role model.
Christa F - For becoming a confident, independent learner who now enjoys a challenge. Making good progress in all areas and beginning to contribute more frequently in class discussions.
Jennifer C- Jennifer has worked really hard on her presentation...and she has persevered all year! She should be called 'Sponge-Bob' because Jennifer is like a little sponge who is thirsty to learn ALL THE TIME. She is also extremely creative and I am convinced, in the not to distance future, we will all be using something that has been invented by Jennifer - her creativity is outstanding and her ideas are unique.
Oliver J- Oliver is always smiling - looking at him just cheers us up! No matter what the task Oliver always puts in 100%. The reason he is so popular is because he is kind, helpful and determined to rise to any challenge no matter how hard it is - he even likes to challenge himself and has done so this year with his reading. He is an all round star!
Callum B - For his exceptional attitude to his learning through the year and always wanting to progress further. Callum is a role model to all pupils in the school who want to achieve.
Evie T - For her transformation over the last term. Evie has listened to feedback and responded, taking on all the support given to her and reflecting this in amazing pieces of maths and written work.
Zakayla E - Zakayla has made such progress in English since coming to Tudor. It's been lovely to see her become an independent learner who has developed a hard working attitude to her learning. Well done Zakayla!
Harriet H - Harriet is always a role model of excellent behaviour. She makes sure her work is heat and well organised. I've been so pleased to see Harriet's spelling improve this term. Well done Harriet!
Jacob M - This term Jacob has worked really hard in every subject, he has made a real effort to complete every piece of work to a high standard. He has been a great friend and learning partner this term, he should be very proud of himself this term.
Tyler J- For always bringing new levels of enthusiasm to the classroom, it is great to see how much effort Tyler puts into his learning everyday, this has had a huge impact on Tyler's progress and he should be really proud of himself.
Ella-Rose P – for being a fantastic student in every way. She works hard in lessons and always tries her best. She is always respectful and helpful to everyone in school. She is a kind friend who goes out of her way to help others in any way she can, even giving up her break and lunch times to keep other children company.
Joseph T – For always working his hardest in every lesson to push on and extend his own learning. He always choses the level of challenge that’s best for him and has a great growth mindset when he struggles. He is also a perfect role model for the rest of the class, always doing the right thing and showing the Tudor School Values.
Daisy D- She has a positive attitude to all aspects of school life. Her behaviour and focus are consistently good and she shows a really caring attitude towards others. When she has found tasks challenging this year she has always persevered, producing lots of high quality pieces of work. Well done Daisy!
Louis E - He has worked really hard all year and has been determined to try his best in all subjects. As a result of his great efforts, his work has increased in both quantity and quality as the year has progressed. He has also developed his confidence a lot this year and is starting to see for himself what he is capable of. Keep up the good work Louis!
Maddie W - The change in Maddie's work ethic has changed immensely throughout the year. She would tend to hide behind others and would find herself daydreaming or fiddling. Now Maddie is much more part of the lessons and participates well and shows more enthusiasm towards her learning. She takes pride in what she achieves and is always seen with her head down working hard.
Giulia G - Giulia is a quiet member of the class so much so that is she was finding something challenging, she would sit back and struggle on her own. Giulia has grown in confidence and this has now shown through her presence in the class and her work. She works incredibly hard on any given task and produces some beautiful, well thought through work. Her confidence has particularly shone through with her Maths work and can now tackle most things and is not shy to ask for help when needed.
Alexis G – Alexis is an incredibly hard working, enthusiastic individual who has matured so much over the past year. Her attitude towards her learning has improved greatly in year 5, and we have been really proud of everything she has achieved this year – well done Alexis, your hard work is paying off!
Andrew B – Andrew’s confidence has grown so much this year. The effort he has put into his maths and English has been incredible and he consistently ensures that he challenges himself enough to show that he has met his learning objective. He’s always incredibly kind to others and is an excellent friend to the children of 5W.
Matthew D- This year Matthew has grown into his learning more and more. From being unsure at times and not taking on help to being a confident ‘have a try and if it doesn’t work then some help would be good’ person. He has pushed himself in areas he finds difficult and is really starting to see the results in his work. Not only has he grown as a learner, he has grown as a role model and really relaxed into being himself in the classroom.
Amelija V- Amelija has made incredible progress this year in all areas. It is a guarantee that she is listening and then using what we do in class every time. Not only this, but she asks for help when she needs it and sees that making a mistake is not the end of the world, but actually a key part of learning. The way she has joined the class and got stuck into Tudor life is a real credit to her and I know that if she continues to put in the hard work in class, plus do the right things out of class, she will be a brilliant Year 6 role model next year.
Deniz K – His change of attitude towards his work this year has been very impressive, he has made fantastic progress and fully deserved the improved outcomes. Keep up the new improved effort and try to apply it to all areas of school.
Emily M – She should be very proud of the fantastic progress she has made throughout the year across the whole curriculum. It has been fully deserved due to her extra effort and participation this year.
Paige J- For always being enthusiastic and passionate about her learning. She is happy and positive and goes out of her way to support others. She fully commits to everything she is asked to do – particularly class performances! Paige has worked very hard this year and her personality shines through in everything she does. Well done Paige!
John E–P- John is a happy and positive member of 6Z who always comes in with a smile on his face. He is very respectful to adults and other children around him and always puts 100% effort into his work. John should feel very proud of how hard he has worked this year, we are all very proud of him!
Amy C - For making very good progress this term. Amy has come back as almost a different child, really putting her all into her learning. Amy really shows her knowledge and skills of number on a daily basis now and because much more confident within her writing, structuring and sounding out a simple sentence and aspiring for that ELG.
Felix G - Felix never fails to exceed our expectations in terms of being a positive role model within Red class and within his ability to always challenge himself further. Felix is a fantastic student to have in Reception and I am proud to be his teacher.
Scarlett R- For outstanding progress in all areas of learning, you have grown in confidence and it has shown in your work. We will miss your smile and sense of humour, and wish you all the best in your new school!
Finlay C- Your confidence has grown so much this term, and you are continuing to improve everyday. You are a role model to the rest of the class, with your outstanding behaviour, kindness, and effort you put in everyday. Well done Finlay!
Cassia R- For always being kind and supportive towards her peers. Facing challenges with a positive attitude and consistently producing high quality work that is completed to the best of her ability.
Max P- For always working hard and focusing on the task at hand. Modelling fantastic behaviour at all times and being a positive influence on everyone around him.
Kayla G- Kayla is a kind and helpful member of the class and despite being quiet, continually displays fearless determination! Kayla never takes the easy way out, even in areas she finds challenging. Whether it's paying attention to the finer detail in her art or making sure all of her things are put away properly, Kayla shows the same amount of attention and care - well done for taking pride in everything you do!
Nathan B- Nathan has a wonderful smile and a contagious zest for life in general! He has shown a new confidence and improvement in his reading and writing as well as being able to work more independently. Nathan is a fantastic role model when it comes to listening, both inside the classroom and on the playground, this is a quality that will help him improve even more!
Ruby H- Ruby's positive attitude radiates like a beam of light around 2Q and has allowed her to inspire others, develop fantastic relationships and attain success in all that she does.
Elizabeth L - Elizabeth is the little bundle of energy every class needs and this term it has been a pleasure to see her grow in confidence and achieve successfully in all areas of her learning.
Kajus V - For always wanting to achieve his best and challenge himself. It has been a delight to see his writing improve and for his reading and maths to continue to be a high standard.
JJ A- For challenging himself and focusing better this term. He is starting to show us his true potential in all areas of the curriculum. JJ is thinking more carefully about his answers.
Frankie W - This term Frankie has worked really hard in all areas of the curriculum, he has become a very polite and helpful member of the class and has made a real effort to improve and this is showing in the work he is producing.
Alexandra B- Alexandra has grown in confidence this term, taking new steps to challenge herself in her learning. She takes care in all the work she produces and she should be very proud of what she has achieved this term.
Marta G – Marta is consistently both hardworking and determined. Her handwriting is absolutely beautiful, and her books are perfectly presented. She always takes her time and makes sure she has tried her hardest on every piece of work she produces. She is always kind, respectful and responsible, which makes her the perfect role model to everyone.
Lester M– Lester’s attitude this term has absolutely transformed. He has worked incredibly hard to push himself forward in his learning. He is now always eager in lessons and takes every opportunity to improve through reading books and practising his joined up handwriting in English. He should be so proud of how far he has come this year.
Husayn A - For being consistently conscientious. He always listens carefully and takes adult input on board in order to improve the quality of his work. He can always be relied upon to do his best and is also supportive of his classmates.
Shayla-Rose W - For always trying her best, even when she finds tasks difficult. She focuses well in class and has also become increasingly keen to share her ideas. It has been great to see her confidence grow as the term has progressed.
Zoe L- for building confidence within her learning and taking challenges.
Charlotte E- being a year 4 role model and trying her best in all she achieves.
Isabel N– For her outstanding behaviour and commitment to her learning. Isabel is always showing her good listening skills and always puts 100% into everything she does. Her manners are fantastic and she is an excellent role model.
Wiktoria S – For her excellent efforts across all subjects this year. Her work is always beautifully presented and clear that she has tried her best. Her behaviour is fantastic and she is always incredibly polite and respectful.
Mark R- The change in Mark’s work and presence in class has been incredible over this past term. He is willing to try new ideas and is starting to see a mistake as a chance to learn rather than get disheartened. In English he is thinking carefully about writing for the purpose of the text, and in maths he is becoming more confident to give the challenges a go. Also, he is starting to be more open with his feelings and asking for help when he needs it.
Shante H- Shante has finished the spring term with a truly positive attitude. Her hand is always up to join in and her ideas are popping! She will ask for help and push herself on in her learning. It is clear that she is proud of her work in the way she attacks it and tries to produce her best.
Destiny C- She is always willing to go the extra mile to do the best she can. Whether that is: attending breakfast club, staying in do to extra maths, completing her homework, or just consistently trying her bet in every lesson. She should be very proud of the work she has done this term which has resulted in great progress.
Dina S- Her impeccable attitude towards her work and willingness to accept advice and make improvements has been a brilliant example to the rest of the class. Her respectful and helpful attitude only goes to highlight how much of an outstanding member of the class she is. This is all coupled with outstanding achievements across the curriculum.
Jessica C - She works so hard in everything. She is always striving to do her best and is happy to work with and support others. She is positive, enthusiastic and always has a smile on her face!
Virag M - She is so conscientious and hard-working. She is kind, caring and helpful and nothing is too much to ask. She has high standards for herself and works well independently as well as part of a team.
Jana K - Has made so much progress since joining us in Reception. Jana speaks both Latvian and Russian fluently at home and has really shown her personality recently making so many friends and beginning to speak with more structure each day!
Anthony C - A lovely, bubbly and friendly child within Red class. Anthony is always making time for those around him and never fails to surprise us with a new fact that he has learnt. Well done Anthony you have made so much progress, keep it up.
Jasmine M - For being a super Tudor role model to her friends. Jasmine is ALWAYS happy, kind and caring to everyone. She tries her best everyday and is so eager to please and extend her learning further! Well done!
William S - For his huge transformation when starting in reception. Every aspect of William has improved, from his listening, behaviour, attitude to learning, kindness, but in particular his writing!
Hannah S S-M - Hannah is a helpful, polite and caring member of the class who tries her hardest and consistently produces high quality work in all areas.
Ellie- May M - Ellie-May's self-confidence has flourished and she has become a much more independent learner. She is beginning to face challenges with a positive 'can-do' attitude and always gives a task a go before asking for help.
Molly C- Molly has shown us the real meaning of the word determination! She has made the saying 'if at first you don't succeed, try, try again' her own and her improved phonics and reading are a direct result of her sheer hard work, persistence and practice.
Zico M- A fantastic role model when it comes to working hard independently. He is focused, takes pride in his work and never afraid to ask for help when he needs it - this is a winning combination for success!
Sonnie Y - After a slightly wobbly start to the year, Sonnie has put in significant effort into increasing his efforts and attainment. Sonnie is capable of brilliant things and its a pleasure to see him now allowing himself to achieve them.
Jude R - For always trying her hardest both in her studies and her wider school life. Jude embraces challenge and does her best to always help those around her when they need it.
Adelaide M- She always perseveres as much as she can in whatever she does. Her smile and sense of humour brightens all our days. She has progressed so much this term and wows us with her ideas. Well done Adelaide!
Imogen A- Imogen listens well and gives her learning everything she has. Enthusiasm beams out of her and she can't wait to answer class questions or share work she's proud of. Well done Imogen and keep up the great learning attitude!
Temidire E - Working hard in all areas of the curriculum and shows a real enthusiasm for his learning. Temidire faces every challenge with a hard working attitude, and is always willing to improve and extend his learning.
Mia H - Mia has been a valuable member of the class, finding time to help others when she can and sharing her knowledge with others. She is a very thoughtful and kind member of the class, always considering other before herself.
Zanam K – For her amazing progress and hard work in all subjects since starting in year 3
Kaiden G – For his hard work and fantastic attitude to learning this term
Rozina A - Rozina is a really cheerful and enthusiastic member of the class. She has a consistently positive attitude and tries her very best in everything that she does.
George C - George has worked really hard all term. He can always be relied upon to listen carefully and puts a great deal of care and effort into all of his work.
Danny McC- Danny has gained a more positive approach to learning this term. He is trying harder in all areas on learning. He is especially showing big improvements with his maths and is beginning to work much harder on his handwriting and writing skills.
Alishya H - She doesn't always find tasks easy but gives 100% effort in everything she does. She is now achieving 10/10 in her weekly spelling tests and is trying extra hard to improve her writing.
Darius O- Darius is becoming the best independent, intelligent learner he can- this has lead to an increase in his confidence in class and his ability to work at a pace that is challenging but achievable.
Maddie K- Maddie has tried her best to listen, ask for help and take an any advice she is given and her drive to do the best for herself is always evident. When others do well, Maddie congratulates them and is a key motivator in class.
Louise B- For being an outstanding member of 5W. She puts 110% into absolutely everything she does and is always looking for ways to challenge and stretch herself. Louise consistently shows her values around school, is incredibly thoughtful, and her behaviour is exceptional. She is a perfect example of a Tudor Primary School role model!
Ryan C-J- For his consistent hard work this term in both reading and maths. Ryan has been thrown a lot of challenging independent tasks this year and has maintained a positive can-do attitude throughout every one of them. Ryan has really proved that when he puts his mind to it, he can achieve anything!
Lucy-May S - For having a newly focused and positive attitude towards school. This is shown through her developing love of reading and her tremendous progress in Maths.
Johan Jacob A - For always setting a magnificent example with his behavior and attitude towards others. He constantly sees the positive and has also made fantastic progress in maths this term.
Ollie L – For always being so kind, caring and understanding to every member of the class. Everyday he comes in with a positive, ‘can-do’ attitude and a smile on his face. He is a fantastically positive energy to have in the classroom. Well done Ollie!
Joseph S – For consistently being a committed and conscientious role model. He has very high standards for himself and always completes his work to a very high standard. His homework is always in on time and he challenges himself in everything he does. Keep it up Joseph!
Roll of Honour 2017- 2018
Harry S- For always trying his hardest within anything that he does. Harry has a great mind-set for learning which supports his resilience and determination. He always stays to complete his work to the best quality possible and does so with pride.
Eadie W - For constantly being a positive role model within Reception. Eadie has made great progress this year and continually tries to support others both academically and emotionally, which will really support her as she continues her journey throughout school.
Mason G- a positive and happy young boy and brings lots of fun and laughter to the classroom. He has grown so much in confidence and we are so proud of the amazing progress he has made this year.
Rosa S S-M- For making fantastic progress, particularly in her writing this year. It has been wonderful to see her grow in confident and she always puts 100% into everything she does.
Ewelina J- For always trying her hardest even when she finds something challenging. For always doing the right things and being a Tudor role model. For finding the confidence to talking in front of her peers and answer questions.
Milan M- For being a true Tudor role model who ensures every piece of work is completed to his best ability. He is always doing the right thing and is kind, polite and helpful.
Dylan M- he has worked consistently hard in all areas of his learning and made good progress. His behaviour reflects a true Tudor pupil.
Shreya K- she has produced some fantastic pieces of work all round and demonstrates excellent behaviour here at Tudor.
Kaiden S- he has entirely come into his own this year. Kaiden has amazed us all this year with how thoughtful, helpful, considerate and compassionate he is towards everyone he meets. We are all incredibly proud of everything he has achieved this year.
Ayan W- he has progressed significantly this year at Tudor. Most noteworthy has been his increased confidence when speaking to his peers and adults. He now confidently shares ideas in class and this is something he should be incredibly proud of.
Cezary C- for the fantastic progress he's made this term. Cezary has listened well and pushed himself to achieve more at school. Well done Cezary!
Alfie C- for being a star pupil in class. He's helpful and responsible. He's always keeping our classroom tidy and organised. Alfie has also learnt to persevere when the work gets tough. Well done Alfie!
Elin M- For being a kind and caring member of 3S. She always tries her best and she is always well behaved. Well done Elin.
Nicole T- She is a bubbly, friendly character within 3S. He handwriting is beautiful and her writing is a joy to read, she takes great care and attention with her work. Well done Nicole.
Bobby B- Bobby is an enthusiastic learner who always challenges himself and works hard. This term, he has put a huge amount of effort into improving the quality of his writing and has really taken on board next steps comments, with some very good results. His work is always of a high quality and he sets a great example to others.
Niya P- she takes a real pride in her work which has got neater and neater as the year has progressed. She has produced work of a consistently good quality across a wide range of subjects and has particularly grown her skills and confidence in Maths. Niya faces every challenge with a smile on her face and is a pleasure to teach.
Jack D- a vivacious, well-mannered and loveable boy, who is self-motivated, focussed and very hard-working in all of his learning. Jack is always ready to share and help. He is an absolute pleasure to teach.
Erin A- she has worked very hard this year. She is the perfect example of the success you can achieve when you attend school every day, do you best all the time, never quit trying and ask for help when you need to. Erin, I am very proud of you.
Jamie G- Jamie is an excellent student- a kind, caring, determined boy. He has challenged himself all year and given his all. I can always rely on Jamie as he is always ready to learn. An excellent role model. I am really proud of his great progress this year.
Elvie J- Elvie has come on leaps and bounds this year. She is a confident, determined, hard working member of the class. Elvie has never given up and shown enthusiasm towards all of her learning. I am so proud of how much she has grown in maturity this year as well as the fantastic progress she has made.
Poppy M- Whatever is going on in class, Poppy is doing the ‘right thing’. She works hard and well in all lessons, even if it is a bit tricky. Her contributions in class are always well thought out and help others. Most importantly, no child in class has been nominated more for the monthly values award. Poppy is a true Tudorite!
Candice Y- Candice would be the first to admit she is not always perfect and she is working on how to be a better friend to all the people in class, but she has come so far this year. Looking at her progress- she should be beyond pleased- especially in English. Her enthusiasm has given her a real foundation that has led to excellent work in class. I know that she will do well in her new school in Year 6. Show them the ‘Tudor way’.
Aarna P- she works so hard at everything she does. Her work is always neatly presented, and she will always seek ways to improve it further. Aarna consistently shows her values and treats all adults and classmates with respect – she is a role model!
Angela G-she has worked very hard this year. She can always be seen with her head down, getting on with her work. I am especially proud of her progress in maths this year as it has shown that her consistent hard work has paid off!
Jaiden P - for outstanding effort and contributions all year. In every lesson he wants to do his best and he has achieved some phenomenal results because of his effort and determination to better his previous achievements.
Ruby-June S - for always having a positive attitude towards her school life; she tries her best, has achieved very highly (especially in Grammar and Spelling) and most of all always puts a smile on the faces of those she interacts with - particularly the adults.
William F- for outstanding achievement in all areas of the curriculum and making amazing progress. He demonstrated what someone can achieve when they work hard and is determined to succeed.
Daniel V- an outstanding member of our school community. He is very respectful, caring and hardworking. Daniel has excelled in all areas of the curriculum this year despite English being his second language. His positive attitude towards his education and those who work with him make him a truly remarkable pupil.
Bailey T-B - For continuing to make progress and constantly wanting to improve. Bailey struggled at the beginning of the year to fit into the routines of school life, but has transformed and always asking to participate in activities to challenge his learning further.
Abbey C - For being an excellent role model to all children within the whole Reception. Abbey always contributes to class discussions and demonstrates fantastic learning behaviors, by being resilient and focused within all her learning. Well done Abbey!
Isabella K - For trying so hard to improve your writing and speaking this term. You put so much effort into everything you do at school and this is evident in the amount of progress you have made. You have such an excellent attitude to learning and never fail to have a smile on your face.
Daniel P - For outstanding progress in writing this term. Your focus and determination has enabled you to become so confident with your writing and we are very proud of all that you have achieved. Keep up the hard work Daniel :)
Romesha A- For becoming an independent learner and trying her best in everything, when when faced with a challenge. This has reflected in her progress across all subjects.
Joshua P- For becoming more responsible and making good choices. This has reflected in his focus in all subjects, he always shares in fantastic ideas and takes pride in his work.
Emily-Ann B – Very hardworking and has made good progress in all areas of the curriculum. She displays a positive attitude in her learning. Well done, Emily.
Celeste S – Always producing very neat work all round which includes fantastic joined up handwriting. Well done, Celeste.
Abi J - For a remarkable effort to improve her handwriting and quality of content this year. She has set herself targets and consistently hit them in order to maximise her progress, a shining example of taking responsibility of your learning.
Alex N - For his impressive attitude towards his work and his own achievements. Alex also finds time to help others progress and is always on hand to lend some helpful comments to his peers to help them on their learning journey.
Marlie M- He has developed an excellent writer's voice. His spelling is very impressive and he has a fantastic writing stamina. Marlie's handwriting has recently achieved a very high standard. Well done Marlie!
Imogen P - Imogen is a great listener and always tries her best. She has made great progress in English. Well done Imogen!
Mason T-B- For growing in confidence and for coming out of his shell and showing his funny and charming personality. This has also helped him become more independent, contribute to whole class discussions and progress especially with his maths.
Tilly-Mae B- For constantly trying her hardest in all areas of learning which has enabled her to shine through in maths with making good progress.
Annabelle S - She has a really mature attitude to her work and is always keen to do her best. She works consistently hard across the curriculum and has produced work of an increasingly high quality.
Max W - He doesn't always find tasks easy but always puts in a huge amount of effort. He has worked particularly hard this term to improve the quality of his writing.
Alex A- His attitude is exemplary. He gets excited about learning new skills and always welcomes challenges. He is a pleasure to teach.
Karthika P- A conscientious learner. She tries her hardest and is always ready to take on new challenges. Well done Karthika.
Erin M - For being a kind, caring, responsible member of 4V. Erin consistently works hard and her behaviour is exceptional. She is a great role model to the class and is always so polite. Well done Erin.
Jeswin Jacob A- For his enthusiastic positive attitude towards learning. Jeswin always comes to school with a smile and is so keen to learn. He has made great progress so far and grown enormously in confidence. Very proud of you Jeswin.
Chloe A- Chloe has a positive go-get them attitude towards all areas of learning. She is keen to take part in all lessons and has really started to focus in more on her work. As well as this, Chloe is positive and supportive of her classmates around her, looking at ways to help them and encourage them.
Ricky H- Ricky has worked so hard on his reading this term and it is showing in the progress he is making. By being careful and taking his time in his work, he has not only improved the quality of content his answers, but he has also worked hard to improve his handwriting! More importantly than this, Ricky is a fun and caring friend- he helps include class members and always has a cheeky grin ready to go.
Archie B – For being an excellent role model to the other children. He always puts 100% into everything he does and it shows in the quality of his work.
Lucy H – For always taking good care of her presentation in her books, trying her best, and contributing her fantastic ideas in class.
Chantelle K - For consistent effort to improve, especially in maths. Additionally for being a good role model through recognizing when she has made a mistake, being truthful and trying to be a good friend.
Kayley O’B - For some great improvements across the curriculum and improving self motivation. She is beginning to aim higher for herself - keep it up and strive for more - you will succeed with dedication.
Annamaria S - Her thirst for knowledge has led to her making very good progress this term. Anna is also very well behaved and displays excellent manners.
Nawal A-M - She is one of the most disciplined pupils in the class. She has a very high standard for herself and is quietly resolute to do well. This attitude has helped Nawal to become one of the Arithmetic champions in 6Z.
Janelle Y - For making good progress this year from nursery, constantly trying her hardest to improve and to help others within the whole of Foundation Stage.
Aiden W - For excellent motivation into improving his handwriting and developing making good progress within phonics over the past term.
Aidan K- For continually setting a positive example for the rest of the class. You always tries your best in everything you and take such pride in your achievements.
Matilda C - For such an amazing improvement in your phonics and writing! You are such a kind and polite member of the class and you never fail to make us smile.
Ellis L - For being a Tudor role model. Always following instructions, trying his best and making the right choices. Ellis tries his hardest in absolutely everything that he does even when he finds something challenging. What a superstar!
Grace A- For working hard to become more focused and independent in class resulting in great progress so far this year. Everyone that works with you is super proud! Keep it up!
Mya C- Mya always tries her best in all areas of learning and demonstrates outstanding behaviour. An excellent Tudor role model.
Oscar G- Oscar has made an excellent effort to produce really good work all round. He listens well and responds thoughtfully and with enthusiasm.
Keiren H- Keiren consistently tries his hardest in everything he does. He is a true behaviour role model, who strives to produce his very best work in all subjects.
Harry W - Harry works hard in all areas and embraces challenge with an enthusiasm everyone could learn from. He throws himself into every aspect of school life and is a pleasure to teach.
Isabella E- Isabella for striving to produce neat work that shows her at her best. She has been listening hard and made great leaps in her learning this term. Well done Isabella!
Harry B - For listening carefully and asking questions to check he is achieving his full potential in any task. Harry cares about his work and strives to do his best.
Leo P- Is a hard work individual who always strives to do his best in all subjects.
Stanley W- Constantly has a hard working ethic. He is always ready to learn which portrays in his contribution to class.
Evie K - Evie has been working really hard in all areas this term. She always tries her best, even when she finds something difficult. She listens carefully, joins in well and is a great role model. Well done Evie!
Lewis M - Lewis has had a great start to Year 3. He shows a really mature attitude to his learning and has improved his confidence, particularly in Maths. He also responds well to next steps, using these to improve the quality of his written work. Keep it up Lewis!
Vincent H- During this term, Vinnie has demonstrated a very positive ‘Can Do’ attitude. He is always ready to try and he never just settles for the ‘easy option’. He gives 100 percent in all his learning.
Scarlet H- Scarlet is a consistent, conscientious learner. A model pupil. She maintains a very high standard in all areas of school life and continues to challenge herself. She is a pleasure to teach.
Anisia P- For being a conscientious, kind, caring member of the class, a true role model. She always gives 100% towards all aspects of school life. Anisia has made outstanding progress this term, I am very proud of all her achievements.
Esa S- For striving to do his best with all of his learning. He has made great leaps in all areas consequently he has made good progress. I am very proud of his achievements.
Tyler B- This term Tyler has really started to focus and have a try at different learning situations. He is showing how keen and hard working he can be- this is seen especially in how hard he is working on his handwriting and times tables. As we have gone through the term it has been amazing to see the change in his work- long may it continue!
Fearne P- Fearne is willing to have a try at something, even if she can not see the answer straight away. She tries hard and wants to do well in all sessions (sometimes getting it absolutely right can be worrying, but she is starting to see the importance of ‘mistakes’ in learning). More importantly, Fearne is a good friend. She goes out of her way to talk to others, especially if they are on their own. This term she has shown true care for people- and she did it without knowing anyone was watching her!
Kieran B- Kieran has made so much progress in terms of his attitude towards his learning this term. He is becoming more and more responsible each day and, due to his improvement in concentration, he is independently producing work to a high standard, especially in English and Maths.
Aleena A- Although Aleena produces her work to a very high standard, she is also always reflecting and looking for areas she can improve on. She is an excellent role model to the other children!
Clara E - For her effort to stretch and challenge herself, particularly in maths, this term. She has made excellent progress due to the fact she has had high expectations for herself and began to develop more self confidence to tackle work with independence.
George H - It has been a joy to watch George develop his confidence to tackle increasingly challenging work and develop a dedicated attitude towards all his work. He has made great strides with reading and writing but his progress in maths has been particularly outstanding.
Paulo M- This term Paulo's work, behaviour in class has just been phenomenal. He consistently excels in Maths and Grammar and is always evaluating his work to find ways of improving.
Ethan G-R- At the start of the term Ethan was quite worried about life in year 6. He has worked extremely had and have overcome his fears. Ethan is one of the highest performing pupils in the class because he has adopted a positive attitude towards his education.
Roll of Honour 2016- 2017
Headteacher’s Award Summer 2017
For a tremendous change in her attitude towards learning- inside and outside of school. This has led to Maryam achieving great phonics progress and success in both her reading and writing.
For continually exceeding targets throughout the whole year of Reception and having a constant positive attitude to learning. Robert is dedicated, well behaved and a pleasure to have in the class.
For showing such determination and enthusiasm in his learning. He has made amazing progress this year and we couldn't be prouder of how confident and independent he has become.
For always putting 100% into everything she does and for being such a kind and caring friend to everyone. She is an asset to the school!
Kezia has worked extremely hard and made excellent progress in all areas of the curriculum with a very positive attitude. Well done Kezia!
Jaden has made a really good effort to produce some fantastic work this term. Well done Jaden.
For a huge turn around in his attitude towards school and learning. He now produces work that he is proud of, contributes well in lessons and is enthusiastic about learning.
For being the most enthusiastic child about learning. He loves learning and is so excited to gain more knowledge, this reflects in his work and progress from this year.
For his enthusiasm to learn and desire to challenge himself. Edward listens carefully and tries his hardest at everything he does.
She has read so many books! Her writing has ‘turned into the way’ a top author would write.
Hari works really hard in all areas and has done so all through Year 2. He has a really mature attitude to learning and has made great improvements in his work across the curriculum.
Chloe is a caring member of the class who tries her best in all lessons. She has produced some great work this year and is always keen to challenge herself.
A sensible and hard working individual who always wants to do her best. This is particularly apparent when reading, where her confidence has blossomed through dedication and consistent work at home. This has resulted in some fantastic progress.
Throughout the year, he has worked hard to improve his effort and participation during lessons. This is shown through him wanting to challenge himself and actively improve his work. This improvement in attitudes has enabled him to make some consistently great progress across the subjects.
For consistently calm and sensible behaviour, and for applying herself with diligence to every task.
For enthusiastic participation across the curriculum and for putting 100% into everything he does.
Aleena S A
For being a kind, caring member of the class. Aleena consistently tries her best with her learning, has exemplary behaviour consequently she has made very good progress. A confident, mature, responsible member of the class, an excellent Tudor role model. Very proud of her this year, a joy to teach.
Tommy is a happy member of the class, always comes in with a smile ready to learn. He has developed in confidence and maturity. He has made huge leaps in his learning and . Very proud of his achievements.
Ramone always tries his hardest in school and has worked particularly hard to increase the quality of his English. The accuracy of his sentence structure has vastly improved and he now punctuates accurately. He is a kind and considerate classmate who shows respect to his peers and other adults. He is a delight to teach and a role model in the Tudor school community.
For a brilliantly improved outlook on school and the merits of working hard. She is significantly more focussed and a better friend to all- she is a pleasure to have in our school community.
The determination and focus he has shown to make amazing progress this term in all areas of the curriculum. We are so proud of you Kieran! Keep it going into Year 6!
This year she has worked so hard and it is really starting to show in her work. She has grown in confidence and her huge enthusiasm has been a real joy in class. We are so excited to see what you get up to next Year 6!
An outstanding member of the class who has a fantastic attitude to learning - always challenging herself and trying her best, whilst also being a role model to others with her standards of behaviour and friendship skills.
Dedicated and passionate about learning, Tivona will regularly put in additional time and effort to improve her understanding and work. She is also kind and gentle and a great team player.
For consistently demonstrating excellent behaviour, excellent manners to adults and having an endless thirst for knowledge. Sara is an excellent role model for Tudor school. She is one of the most respected pupil in year 6. Sara embraced every challenge that was given to her and never shirks her responsibilities.
For his academic and social progress this year. Malachi has become much more confident with what he can achieve and is much more willing to persevere until he achieves success. He is always well behaved and full of respect for the adults that work with him.
Headteacher’s Award Spring 2017
To the happiest boy in red class ,who has transformed this year and made a phenomenal amount of progress in all areas of school life. Well done Harvey!
An outstanding role model to her peers. Noa has excelled this year and with her creative mind has developed a real thirst for learning. Well done Noa!
For being a true role model for the rest of the class. She is always attentive and enthusiastic about her learning and goes above and beyond to help her peers.
For persevering and trying his best to improve his learning. He has made excellent progress, particularly in his writing and is becoming a much more independent learner. Well done!
Amy works hard in all areas of the curriculum and always gives her best. She is also a kind and thoughtful member of the class. Well done Amy.
Jayden works quietly and thoughtfully in every lesson. He thinks deeply and gives good answers, especially in Maths. Well done Jayden.
For always trying her best in everything she does, even if she finds something challenging. Her behavior is exemplary and she is a kind, caring and supportive member of the class. Alexandra is an absolutely pleasure to teach.
Torrin likes to stretch himself and always faces challenges with a positive, resilient attitude. He contributes well in class and always completes his work to the best of his ability.
She has matured so much in the Spring Term. She has become resilient and always makes sensible decisions. Luiza has also come on really well in her school work. This is due to her hard working and inquisitive nature. Well done Luiza!
He is always doing the right thing and a shining example to the class. He is polite and helpful at all times. Rehan tries his best at everything he does and never complains. Well done Rehan!
She works incredibly hard and has a consistently sensible and mature attitude to her work. She can always be relied upon to listen carefully and tries her very best across the curriculum.
Joe K S
This term, Joe has worked hard on developing a growth mindset. He now perseveres when faced with new challenges and shows a positive attitude in all lessons.
He has been continuingly enthusiastic throughout the curriculum, always ensuring he maintains a high level of effort and participation in all lessons. This has enabled him to make good progress, especially with his use of language in his writing.
She has vastly improved her participation and concentration in lessons. It has been really evident that she is striving to do her best and this is coming through in her written work, which is seeing some improvements in the care that is taken when this is produced. She also has developed into a great role model within the class, through her friendship and examples of behaviour.
For consistent, responsible behaviour and always trying his best.
For exceptional effort and determination in all subjects.
For being a pleasure to teach in class. He is always ready to learn and tries his best with everything. A kind, caring and helpful member of 4c. Charlie has been making good progress within all areas and has really improved his confidence. A brilliant Tudor Role model. Well done Charlie, I am very proud of you.
For being a pleasure to teach in class. She has worked so well in all areas and made good progress. Jasmine always strives to do more and is always keen to work on and achieve her next steps. A kind, caring, helpful member of the class. I am very proud of you and your achievements.
For always being on hand to help both adults and children at all times. He has made fantastic progress and this is largely down to his brilliant attitude towards learning and challenge.
For continuing to tackle her fear of maths. She started the year very scared of approaching anything mathematic and now, where possible, she will attempt the reasoning or the problem solving. She's learning that if she approaches it with a can-do attitude she can achieve anything
He is keen to learn and use the support that is being given to him. Also, he is making good choices when working with his classmates to ensure he remains focused and does his best. He does all this with a wonderful sense of humour and fun!
Since Christmas, Amy has come to school with a real passion to do well- she puts in extra effort in areas she finds tricky and is always willing to listen to support from her classmates and teachers. If she gets something wrong, she picks herself up and tries again until she has it.
For having a very positive attitude to his learning. For listening carefully to all teaching and following instructions carefully, which has led to great progress in all areas.
For being a kind, friendly and happy member of the class, always working hard, always presenting her work well and for making good progress in all areas.
Always demonstrating a very mature and responsible attitude towards school. Her confidence has grown slowly and she is always keen to learn and has exceptional behaviour.
A consistent hard worker one who is always willing to challenge himself above and beyond the expected level. Amos is also very respectful and reliable.
Aaron A- a complete transformation in his attitude to learning! His phonics and writing have made HUGE progress and he sets an excellent example to his peers.
Amie E - a hardworking girl who always tries her best even when its challenging. A kind and caring member of the class, whose 'growth mindset' has developed so much throughout this term.
Krishan P-T - outstanding effort and motivation to improve his learning. He has grown in confidence throughout the year and he should be extremely proud of what he has managed to achieve through his perseverent attitude.
Sophia L- making great progress in her behaviour and attitude to school and her learning. She has become such a kind and helpful member of the class and is a true role model for the rest of the children.
Eliana R - outstanding behaviour and work in all areas at all times. She is a conscientious and dedicated Tudor role model who always tries her best in everything she does!
Tyler J - working incredibly hard this term to make progress in all of his learning. He has shown huge improvements with his writing in particular and demonstrates fantastic behaviour at all times. Another excellent Tudor role model!
Kayleigh D- always trying her hardest in everything that she does and striving to be the best she can be. Every day she come into school with a big smile on her face and a positive attitude.
Ryan C - a huge increase in self confidence and not giving up when he faces a challenge. Ryan always demonstrates outstanding behaviour and is a true Tudor role model.
Nicoleta U- a great role model to others on how to listen well, try your best and present your work neatly. Nicoleta is always helpful and polite. She is a joy to have in 2A because she is always doing the right thing.
Isla J- being a good role model for others in the class. On the carpet, Isla models excellent listening skills and gives thoughtful, well considered answers. When doing her work, she thinks carefully and realistically about what the next step in her learning is then works hard to achieve it.
Calvin C - For making great progress in English and Maths. He always listens carefully and tries his best. He has shown a really mature attitude all term, enabling him to make great improvements in his reading, writing and Maths work.
Victor Z - For really working hard to improve his understanding of English. He has focused well all term and has been very keen to improve his language skills. As a result, he is now progressing well and is showing a lot more confidence in class.
Anisia P- has developed in confidence, which has allowed her to tackle increasingly complex work throughout the whole curriculum. This has been coupled with careful listening so she can always strive to meet the learning objectives.
Charlie W- he has shown a very pleasing excitement and commitment to his learning. He is always willing to extend himself and consistently shows himself as a good role model to the class.
Danny W - applies himself thoroughly to every task. He thinks positive and always keeps trying. He shows excellent learning behaviour and is kind and helpful to his classmates. Danny always has a smile on his face and is a true Tudor Role Model.
Kacey D - has worked really hard to improve her concentration and focus this term. She has made a big effort to challenge herself and to gain independence. She is always willing to help with tasks around the classroom and undertakes every task with positivity and enthusiasm.
Marcell A - working really hard this term, he has made an incredible effort on his targets. He is making progress now in English and Maths and has a brilliant, mature attitude towards his work. I am so proud of how far he has come this term in terms of his attitude, learning and his independence/ confidence.
Grace B - being an excellent representative of 4C. She is polite, helpful, beautifully behaved, kind and a friend to all. She works very hard and is a pleasure to have in class.
Oliver S - an excellent approach to challenge this year, always looking to do the correct thing and being a positive role model for his whole class. He has responded brilliantly to new activities this year and continues to excel in Maths in particular.
Rachel B - always giving 110% to every activity she is involved in. She consistently goes above and beyond and also acts as an excellent behaviour ambassador to the rest of her class and her school.
Daisy M - works so hard in everything, is generous with her time with others and supports them well, well mannered and is always looking to do more and be better!
Liam G - has everything he needs to do his best everyday! Focused and ready all the time- puts in extra effort in class and always aims to challenge himself
Ethan N - for striving for excellence at all times, whilst maintaining a positive and enthusiastic attitude. An exceptional role model.
Ariyana A-R - is independent, organised, co-operative and friendly. She has a quiet, yet confident, approach to learning and she takes pride in her work. These skills, alongside 100% attendance, have enabled Ariyana to have an excellent first term in year 5.
Raheel K - During this term he has demonstrated a phenomenal change in his behaviour and attitude towards his education. His hunger for knowledge is now evident and this makes him a joy to work with.
Megan P-T - the most consistent pupil in year six this term. Megan is a model pupil. She constantly produces high quality work and challenge herself to achieve above and beyond what is expected. She has been a joy to teach.