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Being Successful Learners - Gem Powers

Gem Power! ~ Learners of the Week ~ Week ending ~ 6th December 2019

 

Archie (Butterfly Class) Amethyst Power! ~ Archie showed amethyst power this week by taking responsibility for his learning at home - great homework!

 

Riley (Bumblebee Class) Azurite Power! ~ Riley azurite showed power this week by doing his best at being an independent writer.

 

Albert (Ladybird Class) Ruby Power! ~ Albert showed ruby power this week by always showing sympathy to others.

 

Taine (Maple Class) Azurite Power! ~ Taine showed azurite power this week by being more enthusiastic about his work!

 

Archie (Willow Class) Azurite Power! ~ Archie showed azurite power this week by taking pride in his homework and producing a wonderful display about fossils.

 

Layla (Willow Class) Azurite Power! ~ Layla showed azurite power this week by taking pride in her homework and producing a wonderful model about volcanoes.

 

Paddy (Laurel Class) Sapphire Power! ~ Paddy showed sapphire power this week by working independently on a problem in maths.

 

Benjamin (Birch Class) Sapphire Power! ~ Benjamin showed sapphire power this week by concentrating on a tricky long multiplication in maths.

 

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(Cedar Class) Power! ~ showed power this week by 

Gem Powers!

 

In order to enable all of our pupils to develop into successful learners, with the attitudes, attributes and skills needed for life, we have developed Dr Tom Robson’s ‘Gem Project’ as the basis for our learning curriculum; this curriculum underpins all the learning that takes place at our school.

 

In our school, we have 7 gems; each one represents a key learning attitude or skill:

 

Ruby Power - this is achieved by being positive and kind to others. Smiling and being friendly to others and showing good attention to the ideas of others also helps you to gain lots of this power!

 

Topaz Power - this gem helps us to work well within a class – we know when to take turns, when to work with others or alone and how to ask questions and share our learning. You achieve this gem by using the skills of collaboration and group learning. Playing an active part within a team and showing respect for the views of others are key factors.

 

Diamond Power - this is gained by taking responsibility for solving your own problems, having ownership over your learning and setting yourself goals or next steps. By doing this, you make your brain grow and your learning starts to sparkle!

 

Emerald Power - this one is key for our school. To achieve this, you need to be willing to take risks with your learning, knowing that learning new things is not easy and that mistakes might happen. Being resilient enough to pick yourself up and try again is what makes our learners dazzle in green! Get that bouncebackability!

 

Azurite Power - this power works best when you are motivated to learn; be keen and show enthusiasm for learning new things and be positive about all learning experiences. By being enthusiastic, this can help you to enjoy your time in school even more. Start sparkling in pale blue!

 

Sapphire Power - you can gain lots of this power by staying focused on your learning task and ignoring the 'monster' distractions. Push yourself to achieve your goals without being distracted and you will be shimmering in blue!

 

Amethyst Power - build your own self-esteem to make your purple power shine. Share your work with others and be gracious when you are praised. Know what you are good at and be proud of your achievements.

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