Recently our children have taken part in two interschool competitions. The Spelling Bee and the Times Table Challenge. Initially heats were held in each class with the best speller and times table champion then going on to compete against the other classes in their own year group. It was wonderful to see the high level of spellings that all of our children achieved as well as the quick fire responses to our children displaying their times table knowledge.
Congratulations to the following spelling finalists and overall winners.
6C Ethan – winner 5T Finlay - winner
6D Maisie 5H Molly
6L Miriam 5R Georgina
4H Mia – winner 3C Tommy - winner
4J Zoe 3G Fletcher
4C Aubrey 3S Elliot
And congratulations to the following times tables wizards and winners:
Year 6 winner – Ellie C Year 5 winner – Leah S
2nd place – Adam H 2nd place – Georgina J
3rd place – Melissa M 3rd place – Frankie B
Year 4 winner – Aubrey P Year 3 winner – Tommy A
2nd place Takashi Y 2nd place William C
3rd place – Reno D 3rd place – Kierrison D
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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