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Old Leake Primary and Nursery School is all about happy, hardworking children having fun trying to reach their own personal best in all areas of the school life. Our motto is ‘Success for all'. 

We offer high quality teaching in a stimulating, caring community. We have high expectations for all pupils. We welcome diversity and shared experiences, interests and strengths. Each class is a vibrant exciting, learning centre where the children are challenged in a supportive, caring environment.

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2:11 PM - 13 Nov 2020

Old Leake Primary and Nursery School

GOLD BOOK WINNERS – Friday 13th November NURSERY & RECEPTION: Jessie Smith – Jessie is much more focused when reading and can blend confidently. Florence Holmes – For her fantastic effort in handwriting. Florence can now form recognisable letters. YEAR 1: Reuben Davis – For trying really hard with his phonics. Reuben has also really impressed Miss Worrell and Mrs Wicks with his neat handwriting. Keep it up Reuben! Frankie Collins – Frankie has been experimenting with different mark making tools in art. She has been so focused and always strives to improve her work. Well done Frankie. YEAR 2: Castiel Charrier-Cresswell - For phenomenal work on halving. Castiel is able to half any number up to 20 without using equipment to help him! Amazing, well done Castiel. Cameron Dales - For some fantastic independent writing. Cameron has worked hard to be more independent with his writing this week which has resulted in him producing some fabulous work in both Literacy and Science! Well done Cameron, keep it up! YEAR 3: Emilija Zdanevicute - Emilija has shown a fantastic attitude to her writing, editing work as soon as she has completed it and always looking for ways it can be improved. This is amazing to see! Joseph Moore - Joseph has tried incredibly hard in every subject this week, especially in Maths and his effort has really paid off, well done! Year 4: Riley Beeson - For his enthusiasm and zest for life. Riley enjoys learning and is always open to new ideas. Poppy Roberts - For her 'joie de vivre'. Poppy is a happy child, who is always cheerful and ready for learning. Year 5: Gabriele Milkunaite- Gabriele always gives her best effort in maths lessons and never gives up when things get tricky. She always has a positive attitude to all areas of learning and works incredibly hard! She is a model pupil. Konrad Phoenix- Konrad has really improved his attitude this week; he's working hard in all lessons and has particularly good ideas in literacy. Keep it up! Year 6: Teejay Smith – For excellent work in maths this week. Eljay Miller – For showing great determination in maths.