Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Picnic In The Park 2017

Mead pupils put on their annual music festival last week to entertain parents, families and fellow pupils. Having worked hard all year in their music classes, all pupils were able to showcase the skills and confidence they have developed.

Every Year Group contributed a song and musical piece: recorders, percussion, piano  and singing. There were even some solo performances from pupils who have been taking individual lessons.

This is a wonderful way to celebrate what the children have worked so hard on throughout the year. To have such support from parents and families always makes this event extra special. Everyone performed brilliantly.
Mr Mark Gowers - Lead Music Teacher

This year was another successful one for the Mead music department. At a time where many schools are having to narrow their curriculum, Mead had maintained their investment in specialist music provision, and it is reaping benefits. The children won three different categories at the recent Stratford Music Festival, more pupils than ever before have improved their individual grades for instruments and the Choir has a waiting list!

I look going to singing lessons - we have so much fun and the teamwork is great. We have to listen carefully for our part and then sing confidently. I love my music.
Alex - Year 2

If you weren't able to attend the event, catch up with some of the performances using the videos below. We look forward to seeing you again in 2018!




















We're In The Paper: Year 6 Leavers

We were delighted to our Year 6 pupils featured in the Romford Recorder Y6 Leavers Booklet. The results that they have achieved this year are significantly above the national average and show that Mead is back on top once again!




Get Caught Reading: Harvey

#getcaughtreading
Harvey is the first Mead pupil out of the blocks with the Get Caught Reading campaign for 2017! Clearly there isn't a much better place to be than soaring above the clouds reading your book. With glorious sunshine to look forward to we expect Harvey to complete his read by the pool!

Well done for getting caught so early on Harvey... we look forward to seeing the next photos very soon!

Check out where Harvey was on our MyMap: click here to access the map


Friday, 21 July 2017

Resourcefulness

The following pupils received End of year Awards for their Resourcefulness;

Alex Rebrisorean
Sabina Banaru
Dorian Franciskovity
Franky Perfect
Ivan Coleman
Charly Perfect
Aliyah Iginla
Chloe Wooster
Reinaldas Kucinas
Mark Nugent
Evita Leonovaite
Mason Broad
Ryan Jackson
Elizabeth Hau
Riley Spiers
Sebastian Rotaru
Erin Maunders
Rolex Lufuki
Andrei Ciofu
Logan Dunn




Reflectiveness Awards


The following pupils have received End of Year Reflectiveness Awards;
Lily Grange
Francesca Schofield
Rianne Reid
Fawaz Babalola
Julia Nowak
Felicity Applegarth
Aminata Singhateh
Tyrese Olayiwola
Safiyya Al-Azami
Rebecca Stetco
Bailey Carter
Giovanna Alves Rodrigues
Sophie Cross
Taha Hassani
David Basilio
Ryan Safo-Frimpong
Pawel Lyczko
Deborah Dimoriahu
Jessica Fartade
Danny Boon







Resilience Awards

The following pupils have  received End of Year Resilience Awards:
Aronas Ivaska
Jovan Muniya
Hurairah Shafique
Shane Marin
Sulejman Dreni
Jackson Toolan
Alexandru Ciobanu
Lilyana Duke
Agata Deptuch
Donald Kwarteng
Amara Coleman
Cooper Spiers-Green
Joey Webb
Keira King
Joseph Wane
Scarlett Murphy
Hope Brooks
Erin Penson
Alfie cook
Anjola Adamu-Adegbenro






Reciprocity Awards


The following pupils received Reciprocity Awards;
Ava Anglin Jackson
Olivia-Rose McCluskey
Tommy Croker
Sonny Fiorini
Kiyah Forde
Millie-Rae Edwards
Jasmine Rami
Ellie Mann
Charlotte Bowers
Arthur Brandon-Kirby
Lily Hartley
Tanisha Forbes
Molly Dodd
Jamell Halley
Brooke Hampson
Alfie Minney
Paris Brown
Hafizah Khaliq
Lia Mustafa Vincente
Emily Cox




Year 6 SATs Awards

Year 6 SATs Awards;

For Excellence in maths-Tyler Forbes and Ciara Timcke

For Excellence in English-Chelsea Tees and Valeria Brkic

For fantastic progress over the year-Brandon Richardson and Josh Billings



Pupil Choice Award

The following pupils were voted by their classmates to receive the Pupil Choice Award

St Lucia -Carter White
New Zealand -Ava Rowley
N.Ireland -Pritika Maheswari
Barbados -Lilly Sayers
Australia -Bella Trevarthen
Wales -Vyte Dziugyte
Jamaica -Charlotte Brown
Palau -Aaliyah Nicholas
Scotland -Ryan Mutumbo
Madagascar -Kaylin Nachwa Muwenda
Greece -Dominika Tulinska
Kenya -Grace Rowley
Italy-Jan Labedzki
Egypt -Lexie Brame
Germany-Maisie Flower
U.S.A-Rolvier Lufuki
Canada-Sean Rider
Mexico-Aaron Livingstone
Chile-Rosie Bonnett
Brazil-Lia Augustin




Outstanding Contribution Award

The following pupils have been presented the end of year Outstanding Contribution Award

Vansh Patel
Kevin Girdenis
Deimantas Rinkevicious
Jolin Adjei
George Shah
Alexa Dormer
Harrison Jennings
Sydney Spiers - Green
Maya-Victoria Moliki
Eemani Nicholas
Esther Appiah
Maliha Qadri
Hana Abdin
Maddie O’Connell
Biddy Clarke
Sadja Fati
Jessica Shorter
Ignas Chmieliauskas
Ashlea O’Halloran
Libby knight


Excellent Effort Award

The following children have received the end of year Excellent Effort Award
Ruby Sinclair
Jake Wardel
Grace-Rose Jennings
Lexi Milton
Gabriella Alves Rodrigues
Melisa Guganesh
Vanesa Meskaiskaite
Jacob Collins
Emilie Balciunaite
Alynniea Joyce
Jessica Iancu
Karla Nightingill
Washakh Nadeem
Rosie Nash
Kayla Letch
Sumaiyah Shafique
Jayden Halley
Aaron Kettley
Loui Wettner
Juwariyah shafique





Sporting Excellence Award

The following children have received the end of year Sporting Excellence Award
Rocco Livingstone
Dovydas Leonovas
Frankie Ballard
Dominik Lyczko
Oliver Trinder
Freddie Phillips
Kamauri Salmon
Riley Ince
Zephan Witchalls
Wahab Mudashiru
Jacob-Lee Sampson
Kitt Vigors
Cameron Danquah
Hektor Rimkus
Jan Labedzki
David Daniel
Franki Callaghan
Stefan Labedzki
Nelson Hakeem
Harley macpherson


Academic Excellence Award


Well done to the following pupils who get an end of year award for Academic Excellence
Stephen Hunt
Nicole Bordei
Sophie Thompson
Shay La-Rocque
Brea Cassell
Lenny Surridge
Nafisa Ahmed-Osman
Lennie Hands
Niharika Sharma
Teddy Button
Alexandra Winjobi
Luke Bonnett
Alexandrina Cojan
Tzoulia Tzaferi
Daniele Girdenyte
Unnati Prajapati
Kamile Zilinskaite
Paris Mmor
Julia Brkic
Abbie Harding






Attendance


Our overall attendance for the year is 95%, just below our target of 96%: hopefully with a joint effort we will reach our target next year! Well done to Mexico class who had the highest attendance for the year in Y5&6 at 95.6% . Germany had the highest attendance in LKS2 at 95.9% and Madagascar had the highest attendance in KS1 also at 95.9%. Well done to them!.

A massive well done to the following children who achieved 100% attendance for the year and who receive their gold attendance badge and a special trophy:

Jamaica- Hurairah Shafique
Palau-Ian Hinton
Australia-Jolin Adjei
New Zealand- Hayden Flower
Madagascar- Summer Hope and Aliyah Iginla
Egypt-Safiyya Al-Azami and Harman Mahal
Kenya-Kai Hope
Wales- Michael Bokombe, Amara Coleman and Lukas Norkas
Scotland- Esther Appiah and Alexandra Winjobi
N. Ireland- Ruby Anderson, Amira Stanley, Hannah Wright and Mihrac Yilmaz
Germany- Andrei Adochitei, Ashley Cassell, Riana Dumitru Maisie Flower and Tatiana Hakeem
Greece- Grace Allen, Alexandrina Cojan and Adedeji Okunoren
Italy- Elizabeth Hau and Alecia Mmor
Canada- Sean Rider
U.S.A -Angel Adjei and Ryan Safo-Frimpong
Mexico- Paris Mmor
Chile- Rosie Bonnett, Daniel Hunt and Harley MacPherson
Brazil- Julia Brkic, Valeria Brkic and Loui Wettner







Term Dates 2016-17


https://www.havering.gov.uk/download/downloads/id/356/term_dates_2017-2018.pdf

5th September - Pupils return to School

Friday 20th October - Break up for half term

20th December - Last day of autumn term

A message from Miss Havelock


Uganda day was a fantastic success! The pupils looked great in their red, black and yellow, and they really enjoyed the sponsored walk. Children walked the entire perimeter of the school (twice!), which is 2km, with big smiles on their faces. In total, Uganda day raised £1250, £900 of this was from sponsor money from the walk. A MASSIVE thank you to those children who went above and beyond in raising this money. I will be organising a special session in September to show these children how their effort has helped the project.

SQuid


Havering catering service have advised us that they have now changed the limit on monies deposited for dinners/trips. Initially you were unable to deposit less than £10. There is now no limit, so if you want to just pay for one day’s dinner or perhaps pay a contribution for a trip costing £5, you can now deposit the exact amount.

Lost Property


We seem to have amassed a lot of clothing over the course of the year. We will put it all out on a table in the KS2 playground from 2:45 onwards this afternoon so parents/carers can look for lost items. Anything left will be disposed of

Weekly Newsletter 21st July 2017



                                                               

                                                                                                                                           21st July 2017

Dear Parents,

As we come to the end of what has been a very busy, but very successful year in school I have a lot of people to thank. Firstly and most importantly your wonderful children who have worked so hard to make this an outstanding year. Both year 2 and year 6 pupils worked really hard for their SATs tests with our year 6 pupils exceeding expectations and achieving above National results. Our year 1 phonic screening test results were an improvement on last year which is a testimony to the hard work of our teachers in adopting and developing the ‘Read Write Inc’ scheme in school.

Secondly to all of our staff who have worked tirelessly throughout the year to ensure the best possible outcomes for our pupils.

Thirdly and by no means last, you the parents/carers, your support throughout the year whether it be in supporting your child with work at home or supporting the school through attendance at fundraising events your continued input is invaluable in helping the school on our journey to an outstanding Ofsted judgement.

It was lovely to see parents/carers who attended the open evening on Monday and thank you to those parents/carers who have returned their comment slips, I haven’t had a chance to read them all as yet but am grateful for the very positive comments I have seen so far.

Sadly, we have to say goodbye to a number of staff members: Miss MacDonald and Miss Griffiths are leaving as they are shortly to return to Australia. Miss Paul is returning to teach in Canada and Mr Focsan is moving to Birmingham. Miss Lastauskas is going to teach in another school.

We are also saying goodbye to Miss Fassenfelt who has got a job nearer to home, to Ms Russell who is starting her maternity leave and to our lovely mentor Miss Purcell who I know has supported a lot of families in the 13 years she has been at Mead.
They all leave Mead with our very best wishes for the future.

On a more positive note we extend a warm Mead welcome to Miss Godfrey, Miss Evans, Ms Carey, Miss Murray, Miss Rappin, Miss Woodgate, Miss Doherty, Miss James, and Miss Thomas who are joining the teaching staff and Mrs Howe and Mrs Mackman join our support staff.

Lost Property
We seem to have amassed a lot of clothing over the course of the year. We will put it all out on a table in the KS2 playground from 2:45 onwards this afternoon so parents/carers can look for lost items. Anything left will be disposed of.

SQuid
Havering catering service have advised us that they have now changed the limit on monies deposited for dinners/trips. Initially you were unable to deposit less than £10. There is now no limit, so if you want to just pay for one day’s dinner or perhaps pay a contribution for a trip costing £5, you can now deposit the exact amount.

A message from Miss Havelock
Uganda day was a fantastic success! The pupils looked great in their red, black and yellow, and they really enjoyed the sponsored walk. Children walked the entire perimeter of the school (twice!), which is 2km, with big smiles on their faces. In total, Uganda day raised £1250, £900 of this was from sponsor money from the walk. A MASSIVE thank you to those children who went above and beyond in raising this money. I will be organising a special session in September to show these children how their effort has helped the project.


Summer Reading activities-Get Caught Reading 2017
This year we will be running a 'Get Caught Reading' competition during the Summer Holiday. It is a competition that has typically been extremely popular at Broadford and led to some great photos of the pupils and staff.

Best picture of staff/the pupil reading - normally in a stunning location (outside Buckingham Palace, or a beach somewhere tropical... the sky's the limit) wins a book voucher. Just follow the simple steps...

Get a good book

Get caught reading it somewhere unusual - have your picture taken

Send it in via the school Facebook page - or Facebook Messenger

Add the location to the shared map: click here

Wait for confirmation that you have won the competition!

There is also a Summer Reading Challenge Tracker for the children to complete.

Click here to access the tracker

We will be posting the links to the map and tracker on the blog/Facebook page as well - this will keep reappearing during the holiday.
We'd also love to see images from the pupils' travels this summer - please upload these as well. On the Harry Potter Trip we were talking to a pupil who - last holiday - was able to actually see Mount Everest... that would be a cool photo to add. Amber - from Mead - is off to Bulgaria, Kanishka - from Broadford - is travelling around India and of course Miss Havelock is off to Uganda. Already it could be quite some travel record!


Term Dates 2016-17
https://www.havering.gov.uk/download/downloads/id/356/term_dates_2017-2018.pdf
5th September - Pupils return to School
Friday 20th October - Break up for half term
20th December - Last day of autumn term

Attendance Update
Our overall attendance for the year is 95%, just below our target of 96%: hopefully with a joint effort we will reach our target next year! Well done to Mexico class who had the highest attendance for the year in Y5&6 at 95.6% . Germany had the highest attendance in LKS2 at 95.9% and Madagascar had the highest attendance in KS1 also at 95.9%. Well done to them!.

A massive well done to the following children who achieved 100% attendance for the year and who receive their gold attendance badge and a special trophy:

Jamaica- Hurairah Shafique
Palau-Ian Hinton
Australia-Jolin Adjei
New Zealand- Hayden Flower
Madagascar- Summer Hope and Aliyah Iginla
Egypt-Safiyya Al-Azami and Harman Mahal
Kenya-Kai Hope
Wales- Michael Bokombe, Amara Coleman and Lukas Norkas
Scotland- Esther Appiah and Alexandra Winjobi
N. Ireland- Ruby Anderson, Amira Stanley, Hannah Wright and Mihrac Yilmaz
Germany- Andrei Adochitei, Ashley Cassell, Riana Dumitru Maisie Flower and Tatiana Hakeem
Greece- Grace Allen, Alexandrina Cojan and Adedeji Okunoren
Italy- Elizabeth Hau and Alecia Mmor
Canada- Sean Rider
U.S.A -Angel Adjei and Ryan Safo-Frimpong
Mexico- Paris Mmor
Chile- Rosie Bonnett, Daniel Hunt and Harley MacPherson
Brazil- Julia Brkic, Valeria Brkic and Loui Wettner
Awards
Children were presented with special certificates/trophies at our end of year awards ceremony today-to see a complete list of recipients please click here

As this is the last Newsletter before the summer holidays I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all happy holidays. For those of you moving on to secondary school we will miss you but we know you are well prepared for the challenges you will face and you go with our very best wishes for the future. For those returning in September we look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 5th September.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs L Smith
Headteacher


Thursday, 20 July 2017

Summer Reading activities-Get Caught Reading 2017


This year we will be running a 'Get Caught Reading' competition during the Summer Holiday. It is a competition that has typically been extremely popular at Broadford and led to some great photos of the pupils and staff.

Best picture of staff/the pupil reading - normally in a stunning location (outside Buckingham Palace, or a beach somewhere tropical... the sky's the limit) wins a book voucher. Just follow the simple steps...

Get a good book
Get caught reading it somewhere unusual - have your picture taken
Send it in via the school Facebook page - or Facebook Messenger
Add the location to the shared map: click here
Wait for confirmation that you have won the competition!

There is also a Summer Reading Challenge Tracker for the children to complete.
Click here to access the tracker

We will be posting the links to the map and tracker on the blog/Facebook page as well - this will keep reappearing during the holiday.

Para Athletic Evening! Watch out for us on BBC Newsround!!

On Wednesday Evening the 19th of July, 18 pupils from Mead and Broadford had the once in a lifetime opportunity to attend the Para Athletic Championship at the Olympic stadium.

The pupils were interviewed by BBC Newsround and were extremely excited to talk to them. Ricardas, Jessica, Charanjit and Paris shared what they know about athletics and then all of the pupils all cheered as loud as they could!!

Watch out for these fantastic interviews on: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08xqhc9/newsround-20072017

Later on hey had a fantastic time watching Sammi Kinghorn adding another to Britain’s medal tally when she won bronze in a tight finish to the women’s 400m T53.

It was an evening to remember and most of the pupils had a nap back on the train!





 



Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Volunteering Super Hero Chelsea

We were extremely proud to hear about the community heroics of our pupil Chelsea. Littering is something that impacts on all of us and can spoil the parks and spaces in our area. Many people notice it, lots of them complain but very few take action.

When Mead pupil Chelsea saw the litter that had been left in Bosworth Field she didn't waste energy moaning about the problem, she decided to do something about it!

My daughter was delighted to be featured on the Harold Hill Community Page when her actions became known. With nearly 500 Likes and 200 Comments it has been great to see how the community has reacted positively to her efforts. I am so proud of of the way she took it upon herself to clean up Bosworth Field.
Sharlene Tees

Well done to Chelsea for taking such a proactive role in helping to improve her local area. We hope that the sterling example she has set will inspire others to take greater care of the green spaces that we are so blessed to have in Harold Hill.








Monday, 17 July 2017

Reception are having a party Revised Date!





Please note the date has now changed for Receptions party. It will now take place on Thursday afternoon instead.
We are asking parents for a small donation of food, one item per child either:
-crisps
-cakes
-biscuits
or even some healthier snacks which will be shared across the year group.

Children will be expected to wear school uniform on this day.

Reception are having a party!!






On Wednesday afternoon Reception children will be having a party to celebrate the end of the year.
We are asking parents for a small donation of food, one item per child either:
-crisps
-cakes
-biscuits
or even some healthier snacks which will be shared across the year group.

Children will be expected to wear school uniform on this day.

Sunday, 16 July 2017

Reception Newsletter Summer 2 Week 6

Dear Parents
So our last week of the school year has arrived.
We will greatly miss our Reception children as they move onto  Year 1 but feel very proud of all they have achieved.
Thank you also to all our parents and carers for their support over the year
We wish you a wonderful Summer and look forward to seeing you in September.
Kind Regards
The Reception Staff

Dates for Final Week
Monday 17th-Non Uniform and sponsored walk
Monday 17th -Parents Evening
Tuesday 18th-Go Bonkers bouncy castle day
Wednesday 19th-Reception Class parties
Please send your child in with some shareable snacks.
Thursday 20th July-Class swap
Opportunity for the children to meet their new class teacher.
Friday 21st-End of year certificate assembly
School finishes at 3.00

Sports day fun for Reception

Reception had a super time at their Sports morning. There were throwing activities, running, football, javelin to name just a few. All the children participated fully and we felt very proud of their determination and sportsmanship.
Thank you to all the families that came to watch the children.

Friday, 14 July 2017

Chief Scout's Award for Aiden Wardell

Well done to Aiden Wardell who achieved the Chief Scout's Bronze Award. To get the award he had to make friends, explore the outdoors and learn about the world. He also had to complete all 6 challenge awards and 4 other activities. Aiden who is a year 3 pupil at Mead is visually impaired so I'm sure you'll agree this is a fantastic achievement. We are all very proud of you Aiden!

E for Excellence Winners


These wonderful children have demonstrated excellence this week.
Barbados -Heath Chambers
Wales -Bobby Perfect
Jamaica -Thereisa Henry
Scotland -Amelia Dang-Nam
St Lucia -Grace-Rose Jennings
Germany -Kimarni Castleman-Creary
New Zealand -Sonny Fiorini
Greece -Izzabelle Pryke
Australia -Elijus Jonikavicius
Italy -Uzoma Anyiam
Palau -Thai Kingham
U.S.A -Ina Monteiro-Barry
Madagascar -Joshua King
Canada -Grace Spencer
Egypt -Niharika Sharma
Mexico -Hafizah Khaliq
Kenya -Kellis Solanke
Chile -Maelyss Moore
N. Ireland -Crystal Faulkner 
Brazil -Valeria Brkic


Reading Awards


The following pupil have read 10 books and receive a bookmark for their efforts, Benjamin Nwabenu, Precious Odefemi, Grace Spencer, Faiza Hussain, Aimee Ince, Kiva O’Dwyer and Frankie Underwood

Marley Calvey, Mollie Austin-Green, Lily Beckinsale, Sadja Fati, Robbie Hunt, Pawel Lyckzo, Ricardas Saudargas, Jack Stokes and Luke Flynn have achieved bronze reading awards for reading 25 books.

Silver Reader awards go to Alfie Joyce, Aliyah Iginla, Mia Golding, Safiyya Al-Azami, Sadja Fati, Sumaiyah Shafique and Jessica Paris who have read 50 books. They each receive a silver certificate and a £5 book token for their efforts.

Chloe Wooster have read 75 books and she gets a book of her choice for her fantastic effort.

A massive well done to this week’s gold readers Sophie Thompson, Julia Nowak, Alanas Bespalovas, Maryam Farooq and Giovanna Alves-Rodrigues who have read 100 books and receive a gold certificate and a trophy for their efforts.













Certificate of Presentation


Well done to Millie Penson, Rubie-Mae Edwards, Rolvier Lufuki, Amba Cordell and Isabelle Pryke who have presented their work beautifully; They have shown pride in their work and taken care with their handwriting and number formation.

Tracker Awards


Congratulations to the latest pupils who have achieved their Bronze awards: Ronnie O’Connell, Samuel Ajayi, Molly Dodd, Teddy Morris, Jack Webb and Alanas Bespalovas.

Silver Tracker certificates are awarded to Beau Maunders, Emilie Balciunaite, Kira Staniforth, Havin Colak, Fizzah Mohammad, Emilia Firszt, Reinaldas Kucinas, Harry Macpherson, Daumantas Paulauskas, Giovanna Alves-Rodrigues Chloe Wooster, Luke Bonnett and Bobby Perfect, Well done to them!

Luke Bonnett receive Gold Tracker certificates in recognition of the fantastic effort they have made 
in learning.





Dear U.S.A. Parents,

I apologise for not sending home letters about Parents Evening.

Here are the meeting times for all of the parents that have booked a time with me on Monday.

Sorry about the inconvenience.

- Miss Griffiths


Monday 17th July
3.30 - 3.35
Tamara Alchaiyer

3.35 - 3.40
Amelia Christie

3.40 - 3.45
Yusuf Latreche

3.45 - 3.50
Kamile Zilinskaite

3.50 - 3.55
Schanae Sharon

3.55 - 4.00
Sebastian Rotaru
4.00 - 4.05
Jessica Bradfield
4.05 - 4.10
Hayden Hampson
4.10 - 4.15
Jake O’Flynn
4.15- 4.20
Jack Whitehurst
4.20 - 4.25
Alfie Minney
4.25 - 4.30
Teddy Morris

4.30 - 4.35
Jessica Shorter

Awards


Learning Challenge Awards
Sophie Thompson, Vanesa Meskauskaite, Kristupus Kulsinskas, Alexandru Ciobanu, Amelia Nauthoo, Isabelle Cutts and Esther Appiah have been working hard at home and extending their knowledge through their learning challenge work.

Wow Awards
Nicole Bordei in Jamaica -For reading a whole story book to the class
Vanesa Meskauskaite, Kristupus Kulinskas, Alexandru Ciobanu, Amelia Nauthoo, Nafisa Ahmed-Osman, Aminata Singhateh, Gabriel Antohi, Kelvin Browne, Kayin Nachwa Muwenda, Wajeeha Hussain, Hamara Junior Barry and Summer Hope in Madagascar -For fantastic Bingo homework
Aminata Singhateh in Madagascar -For amazing reading
Kira Staniforth, Reinaldas Kucinas, Maya-Victoria Moliki, Tomi Akeredolu, Havin Colak, Isabel Paris, Marley Calvey and Mia Golding in Egypt -For fantastic Bingo homework
Ellie Mann, Jasmine Bennett, Chloe Wooster, Tyrese Olayiwola, Kai Hope, Sasha Baine, Lexie Smart and Jacob Collins in Kenya -For fantastic Bingo homework
Lukas Norkus in Wales -For story writing at home
Brooke Gray, Joey Webb, Charlee Goss, Adedeji Okunoren, Peter Alexander and Ryan Jackson in Greece -For moving up a book band
David Wane, Rehaan Khaliq, Chase Kwakye-Safo, Molly Dodd, Rylan Hill-Moise, Kerry Solanke, Nura Aboubakari, Dominika Tulinska and Washakh Nadeen -For becoming free readers
Rolvier Lufuki and Enea Pasha in U.S.A -For being the first to complete their gem page
Sumaiyah Shafique and Benjamin Nwabenu in Canada -For becoming free readers
Aiden Wadell in Scotland -For being a star reader
Sebastian Sutherland- Macleod, Tanisha Forbes and Alexandra Winjobi in Scotland -For moving up a book band.