This week’s Excellence Awards were presented to the following children during Thursday’s assembly:
3SV—Liam C and Danny M for their enthusiasm in music
3FS—Lewis D for showing a real determination to do his very best work
4AT—Jack G for great effort and attitude in maths
4BR—Sianne C for consistently working hard
4DB—Russell A for a significant improvement in his attitude to learning
5JE—Kryspin W for great enthusi-asm during PE lessons and perse-vering through each activity
5SS—Summer H for her positive attitude and her sheer determination to do well in her work
6AL—Nathan for trying hard with his learning in maths
Lunch Time Awards—Top Table
Every week Mrs. Reeves-Brown awards children for demonstrating our Christian values during lunch time, the nominated children get an invitation to join the top table on the Friday of that week. This week the lunch time top table awards go to:
PERSEVERANCE Aryan S—4AT
RESPONSIBILITY Annabelle P—3ED, Charlotte D—4AT, Isobel D—4AT, Joe D –4AT
SERVICE Ben W—4DB, Aimee F—6CC, Kieran H—6CC, Kaso H –3ED, Louis B—3ED,
Jude B –3SV, Priya T—5SS
of the National Young mathematicians
WHIZZKIDS from Bilton C of E Junior school have fought off fierce competition from 500 schools across the country to win a prestigious maths award.
A team from the school were crowned winners of the Ntional Young Mathematicians' Award after taking part in the grand final at Cambridge University.
The team - comprising Himansa, Sriram, Rachel and Jessica - battled through three rounds of the competition to be declared the best young mathematical brains in the country.
Organised by Explore Learning and the NRICH Project at Cambridge University the competition aimed to stretch and inspire the minds of some of the country's brightest young pupils.
CBBC presenter Stefan Gates handed over the award following the groups' efforts.
Bilton C of E Junior School Head teacher Mrs Alex Norton said: " We are incredibly proud of all our learners. They are a brilliant team who support one another and inspire us to be the best we can be."
Charlotte Gater, head of curriculum at Explore Learning said:The level of talent this competition produces seems to grow every year, and this year was no exception. All of the finalists should feel extremely proud of what they've managed to achieve. It was a fantastic day at the final and the results were extremely close."
Stefan Gates said: "It was a fantastic competition where the kids, parents and teachers were all so engaged."
"I was wonderful to see the nation's best young minds at work and the teams have done extremely well to make it through to the final."
Rugby Advertiser - Thursday December 15, 2016