King's St Alban's

24 May

Celebrating Success: Summer Term Week Six

Although Year Six were away in France and couldn’t attend the Celebration Assembly this week, the rest of the school ensured that assembly began well, with a rousing rendition of He’s Got the Whole World led by Mrs Cartwright, who energised everyone with her enthusiastic actions.

In Reception, Arla received a Superstar Award for her dedication and focus during phonics work, while Kitty was recognised for her exceptional kindness towards her classmates. In Year One, Mikaeel earned an award for his independence and confidence in spelling, and Alice was commended for her outstanding attitude, particularly in swimming. Theo from Year One received a Commendation for his perseverance in Maths.

Akshay was celebrated for his superb flexibility and positive attitude in adapting to changes in routine, and Leen was acknowledged for her perseverance and enthusiasm, never giving up.

Commendation Awards were given to Magson, Luna, and Hugo in Year Two for their exceptional work on their Summer Senses poems. Year Three received praise for their excellent descriptive writing about dragons, with Mrs Atkinson noting the incredible quality of their work and fabulous handwriting. Maddie, Elodie, Daisy, Daniel, George, Bertie, and Poppy were all awarded Commendations for their efforts.

The Year Six pupils who remained at school, Elisa, Will and Isaac, earned a Commendation for their outstanding project work on World War II, which included well-researched posters, pictures, and written pieces.

A special mention goes to Charlotte and Yiefi for their participation in the Aquathon last weekend in Malvern. Charlotte achieved fourth place after completing a 100-metre swim followed by an 800-metre run in a time trial against other schools across the county.

Year Two boys Archie M, Charlie, Hugo, and Thomas proudly showcased the medals they received at the Crowle Searchers FC Tournament last weekend after competing in four matches under the glorious sunshine.

We also took the opportunity to recognise our Choristers, each of whom received a personal letter and Royal Maundy Money from the acting Dean of Worcester, Reverend Stephen Edwards. The letter expressed the Cathedral’s gratitude for their support and contribution to the success of the Royal Maundy Service.