Quinton Church Primary School

Together with Christ

Hagley Road West, Birmingham, West Midlands B32 1AJ

0121 675 4422

head@quinton.bham.sch.uk

Pupil of the Month

At Quinton, we love to celebrate the qualities and achievements of our children. Once a month, the children in each class vote for the child who they would like to acknowledge as the pupil of the month. Please see below who they voted for and the reasons why. 

 

Pupil of the Month 2016-2017

JANUARY

RECEPTION

La'Miah Campbell 

  • For continuing to show readiness and responsibility.

     

YEAR 1

Kaycee Fears 

  • For always being responsible, ready and respectful and for being a kind friend to everyone.

     

YEAR 2

Elias Esmaeli

  • For working independently and trying so hard with all of his work.

YEAR 3

Surya Singh 

  • Always showing the 3R’s, being a great role model and working hard.

YEAR 4

Neve Noble

  • For always listening, trying her best in class and for being a star pupil.

YEAR 5

Grace Jennings

  • Always being kind, loving helpful and showing the 3R's, Simply amazing.

YEAR 6

Tina Dhadwal

  • For being a good friend and working hard for her SATs.

OCTOBER

 RECEPTION

Hunter Woodhouse 

  • For trying his best in all he does and for always making the adults happy.

YEAR 1 

Harry Beaman

  • He has been chosen for always challenging himself and always showing the 3 Rs.

 

YEAR 2 

Kurtiss Wem 

  • For standing out from the crowd and always showing the three R's.

YEAR 3 

Harriet Duggan

  • For being a kind and caring class member with a hard working attitude.

YEAR 4 

Amber Bailey 

  • For settling in really well and being kind.

 

YEAR 5 

Amber Cooper 

  • Being brave and coping well with her broken arm and for being a kind friend.

YEAR 6

Daniel Astley

  • He is a good friend and role model. 

DECEMBER

RECEPTION

Sienna Coley

  • For always being super especially during our nativity.

 

YEAR 1 

Shaq'eem Smith 

  •  For always smiling, always being ready on the carpet and trying hard.

YEAR 2

Willow Guest 

  • For always being happy and joyful. She always shows the three R's.

YEAR 3

Evelyn Johnson

  • For being caring, kind and considerate of others and demonstrating the three R's. 

 

YEAR 4

Kate Maloney 

  • She is always doing the right thing and makes everyone around her smile.

YEAR 5

Penny Cross

  • Always being a good friend, being kind, polite and well mannered, as well as being a good role model. 

 

YEAR 6 

Alex Jennings

  • He is a really good friend and he always tries his hardest in class.

NOVEMBER

RECEPTION 

Louie Llewellyn 

  • For showing curiosity and for always being keen to learn

     

YEAR 1

Lola Duggan

  • For always being kind and nice, working hard, keeps on going and is always ready.

     

YEAR 2

Jaskaran Takhi

  • For being a very nice friend. Also, he shows the three R's all of the time

YEAR 3

Adam Moses

  • He is kind, caring and always gives it 110% no matter how many tries it takes to get it right.

     

YEAR 4

Lauren Cross

  • For always showing that she is ready respectful and responsible and for being a kind and caring friend.

     

YEAR 5 

Jireh Crust 

  • Being kind, friendly, helpful and responsible.

     

YEAR 6

Alice O'Hara

  • She is a sensible and sets a good example. She is also a good friend and always shows the 3rs.

SEPTEMBER

RECEPTION 

Zac Thompson

  • For settling into reception and showing beautiful manners towards his friends and staff. 

 

YEAR 1 

Titus Bennett

  • He carries on even if it's hard, respects everything and does good work.

YEAR 2 

Amber Hayward

  • For being a good friend and for taking responsibility in class.

YEAR 3 

Imaan Reynolds 

  • She is always doing everything the right way and she is a good role model for everyone in the school. 

YEAR 4 

Freya Gould

  • For always does the right thing and is very respectful to everyone and everything.

     

YEAR 5 

Jacob Smith

  • For always trying hard, being kind and caring. 

 

YEAR 6

Grace Patterson

  • She has matured and has become more organised with her homework. She is a good role model and always tries to cheer people up. She has also persevered and become more independent in her own learning.