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Gold Awards

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This page will be used to celebrate the gold activities undertaken by the children in the school. A panel of Gold Leaders meet each Thursday at 12pm to talk to the pupil involved to decide whether to award a gold or silver sticker. We want to celebrate their achievements and the fantastic impact they are having on our children and the community!

Gold activities Summer 2017

Congratulations to Harley Crate in 6MW who has achieved a gold sticker for participating at a football tournament at Nottingham Forest football ground. Harley played on the Forest pitch, showed excellent teamwork and was supported by many parents in the local community. Well done!

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Gold activities Spring 2017  

Well done to Sam Eley-Kirk, in Year 5, who visited a residential home and delivered homemade cakes.

 

Well done to Megan and Ella Bullen, in Year 5 and 3, who went to Arena church to help pack food bags for the food bank. Megan also ran a ‘bits and bobs’ stall in St Mary’s church in Wirksworth, and raised £40.50! The money will go towards the day to day running of the church.

 

Well done to Lily-Ella Dunmore, in Year 5, who made Easter sock bunnies to sell to friends and family. Lily then donated the £40 raised to school council who are currently raising money for outdoor playtime equipment and furniture for the quiet zone outside.

Gold activity: Nikki Adkin-Haywood and friends

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After seeing the hard work of the year 6 group, Nikki Adkin-Haywood and her year 5 friends came together to organise another bake sale to take place on Children in Need day. They produced an enormous quantity of cakes and managed to raise nearly £40 in a single play time! Well done!

Gold Activity: Hannah Ryn, Joy Lynch, Taya Stayner and Caitlin Bell

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On Friday 16th October 2015, Hannah, Taya, Joy and Caitlin held a bake sale to raise money for Children in Need. They had planned the event entirely by themselves and they had spent the week before baking the cakes themselves ready to sell! Thank you girls; you are all inspirational!

Community Curriculum Gold Activity - Morgan Dearing

One day, Morgan Dearing saw an old, broken bench in our playground and she saw an opportunity. She decided to take it upon herself to turn the old bench in to something beautiful.