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.
GOLD BOOK WINNERS – Friday 18th September RECEPTION: Riley Smith – For fantastic work in Maths this week. Riley has worked really hard counting objects up to 3. Esmay Carney – For being a star! Esmay is always an excellent example to others with her behaviour. She is also fantastic at tidying up and is always ready and eager to learn during our carpet time sessions. YEAR 1: Charlie Johnson: His enthusiasm in Maths is a pleasure to see! Charlie is eager to make numbers to 20 and find one more and one less than a given number. Violet Bowern: Violet is trying extremely hard to blend her CVC words together, using newly introduced phonemes. In her own time she also chooses to access the phonics challenges. What a star! YEAR 2: Leilan Smith: Lelian has produced some fantastic independent work both in maths and literacy. This week Leilan has shown a good understanding of place value in maths and has produced a great story board showing the adventures of Pirate Pete! Will Woodhall: Will has made an excellent start to the new term. He has come back full of enthusiasm and with an excellent attitude to his learning across the curriculum, even in areas which he might find a bit tricky! Well done boys, keep up the good work. YEAR 3: Lottie Smith - For producing a beautiful piece of English work with some incredible use of vocabulary. Evelyn Illsley - For working hard every single day and consistently trying in every subject. Year 4: Ivy Edgeworth and Oliver Edge – For both having a great start to the school year. Year 5: Sukie Atwell-Charlton and Maks Fugas- Both children have worked incredibly hard in maths this week. We are learning about how to find fractions of quantities (not always the easiest topic!) and both Sukie and Maks have tackled challenging problems with confidence. Well done! Year 6: Jak Wright - Well done to Jak who has shown increased speed and accuracy when adding and subtracting 2 and 3 place decimal numbers. Megan Cook-Wright and Kay-Jay King - Mr Scarrow has been very impressed with Megan and Kay-Jay who have contributed really interesting ideas in every class discussion in book study this week.