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Faith's Award

02.07.2021 - This week’s winner is Cole in Birch class for he and a friend helped a little lost girl find her way home. The local Police came and spoke with Cole’s Mum to let her know that he was hero. Simply wonderful and what an amazing demonstration of our values. Well done Cole – you have certainly let your light shine!

25.06.2021 - Following the landing of the Air Ambulance Elm Class decided they wanted to raise money in their class bubble for the Air Ambulance. Elm Class decorated biscuits and ate them and donated money, £14.50, to the Air Ambulance. Well done Elm Class and this week you have won the Faith Award for demonstrating many Christian Values.

18.06.2021-   This week Faith is awarded to Harry A in Hawthorn who helped save a gentleman’s life in Chorley last Saturday. Whilst out shopping with his family he came across a gentleman having a cardiac arrest and he sought the correct help and also helped get the defibrillator. Harry and his families quick thinking helped save the man’s life. We are incredibly proud of Harry! It just goes to show that not all super hero’s wear capes. 

11.06.2021 - This week Faith is awarded to Simon in Hawthorn who kindly donated his old reading books which were in excellent condition to school. This was Simon’s own idea and we are very thankful for the kind donation. Simon wants to inspire children to love reading as much as he does.

28.05.2021 - This week’s Faith Award is awarded to Annie for her huge act of kindness. When visiting Southport beach Annie was saddened by the amount of litter which others had dropped! Annie kindly spent her own pocket money to buy a litter picker. Annie was excited for her litter picker to arrive so she could start cleaning up our planet. Since Annie’s litter picker has arrived she has been busy picking up other people’s litter. A huge thank you to Annie for showing true Christian Values. We are extremely proud of you! Keep up the good work and we couldn’t think of a more deserving Faith winner.

21.05.2021-  This week’s winners are Amelia Class Ash for helping her friends in the classroom and Matthew Class Oak for being polite and showing kindness to all of his friends. You make us very proud Amelia and Matthew.

14.05.2021 - This week’s award goes toBeech Class. COVID has been very lonely for so many people. Adam’s mum got in touch and asked if our children could kindly brighten care home resident’s days by writing to them. Mrs Casey kindly organised for Beech Class to carry out this kind mission and each child lovingly created postcards for the care home residents.

23.04.2021- The Faith Award this week is awarded to Livia. Last weekend Livia went litter picking at Astley Park. Livia did the litter picking because she wanted to help clean up our planet. Well done Livia we are very proud of you.

16.04.2021 - Faith this week is awarded to Elsie in Elm class. Following the death of HRH, The Duke of Edinburgh Elsie kindly created a card for the Queen. Elsie’s mum is kindly going to post the card. We are very proud of Elsie’s thoughtful act of kindness. Well done Elsie!

26.03.2021 - This week’s award goes to Leah in Elm Class who very kindly spent her weekend baking for paramedics and delivered her cakes to the Ambulance Service in Chorley. Leah did this very kind act with her Mum to say a huge thank you to the paramedics for all their hard work during the pandemic. Leah and her Mum intend to bake more cakes for other NHS workers in the future. Well done Leah we are very proud of you!

19.03.2021 - Faith’s Award this week is awarded to Alistair for creating a beautiful card for his Nan’s birthday to brighten her day. Alistair continues to show our Christian Values in school.
12.03.2021 - This week Faith is awarded to Elizabeth for raising awareness of ‘Down’s Syndrome Awareness Month’. She has been giving out treats and sharing the link: www.facebook.com/HighFiveLancashire
05.03.2021 - This week’s winner is Jasmine in Cedar Class for being kind, caring and thoughtful of others.
12.02.2021 -  This week’s winner is Matilda in Birch class for being kind and thoughtful towards her friends. 
29.01.2021 - This week’s winner is Kacey from Cedar for being kind and thoughtful towards family members dietary needs when baking cupcakes.
22.01.2021 - This week’s winner is Aisha in Cedar Class. Aisha has been making her older siblings laugh . Aisha also has a sister with severe disabilities and each day she takes the time to play and spend time with her, sisterly love. 
15.01.2021 - This week’s winner is Jorja-Lee in Hawthorn Class. Jorja-Lee selflessly raised monies to donate to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital by selling her own Christmas chocolate she had received from Santa. 
08.01.2021 -This week’s winner is Leonie (Beech Class) for the beautiful reading in church at the Christmas Carol Service. Simply wonderful and what an amazing demonstration of our values. Well done Leonie – you have certainly let your light shine!
18.12.2020 - This week’s winner is Joshua for raising funds for Derian House in Chorley. Joshua and his brother have been selling GingerbreadTeddies and have raised an amazing £210 wow! Well done to you both .
11.12.2020 - This week’s winner is Harry in Hawthorn class who collected £40 this weekend for charity by making Christmas Cookies and Reindeer Hot Chocolate Kits and selling them to his neighbours.
 
04.12.2020 - This week’s winner is Evrim for showing friendship and kindness to a member of her class.  Simply wonderful and what an amazing demonstration of our values. Well done Evrim – you have certainly let your light shine!
27.11.2020 - This week’s winner is Mia for selling teddies to raise money for Derian House Children’s Hospice in Chorley. Mia has sold one full box all on her own and is now half way through a second box!! Simply wonderful and what an amazing demonstration of our values. Well done Mia – you have certainly let your light shine!
20.11.2020 - This week’s winner is Alasdair (Almond Class) for making a get well card for his Uncle who has fallen and broken his hip. Alasdair did this without any prompting .
13.11.2020 -  This week’s winner is Oscar Simm for showing love, compassion and kindness for contributing with donations made to the Food Banks in our local community. Oscar even used his OWN spending money. Simply wonderful and what an amazing demonstration of our values. Well done Oscar – you have certainly let your light shine! 
06.11.2020 -  This week’s winner has been nominated by her class teacher Miss Stephens
and it is Kira Sergeant, Kira and her sister have raised over £500 for Alzheimer’s Disease. A family member is
currently suffering from the disease and is in a home. Together, as a family, they walked from Barn to the Pike and back again.
24.10.2020 - This week’s winner’s are: Orla O’Dwyer for showing true Christian values and looking after Mummy when she
was not well. Ella-Rae Donohue-Westland for spreading Christmas joy to all in care homes by writing them letters to them. 
16.10.2020 -  This week’s winner is Millie Jackson nominated by her Grandma for helping to prepare toiletry bags for
 patients at Chorley Hospital. In Millie’s own words ‘helping people who are poorly’.
09.10.2020 - This week’s winner has been nominated by her mother and it is Amelia-Rose Thompson for donating her pocket money for those who are in need of food parcels. Amelia- Rose has also collected other donations to support this cause. What a caring and considerate gesture.
02.10.2020 - This week’s award goes to Kacey Finch for helping others during these uncertain times.
25.09.2020 - This week’s winner is Damian Kassner who was nominated by all of the lunchtime staff for showing polite manners and being courteous to others. 
18.09.2020 - This week’s winner is Jorga-Lee Cheyne for showing kindness and consideration
 to those less fortunate.
11.09.2020 - This week’s winner is Cole Leighton for being a true little gentleman and showing his Christian values. 
06.03.2020 - This week’s winner is Amy Gozner for always showing her Christian values.
28.02.2020 - This week’s winner is Matilda Eubank for being such a thoughtful and kind person both at home and in school. Matilda has been helping at home around the house without even being asked!
14.02.2020 - This week’s winner is Kaitlyn Coupe for being such a thoughtful and kind person towards another little girl who needed consoling.
07.02.2020 - This week’s winner is Amy Harrison for being a kind, caring and understanding friend.
31.01.2020 -  This week’s winner is Kacey Finch for being such a thoughtful and kind person and for always showing her appreciation to all of the lunchtime staff.
24.01.2020 - This week’s winner’s are Evie and Kira for demonstrating our Christian values and helping others. 
 
17.01.2020 - This week’s winner’s are the WHOLE SCHOOL in support of fund raising for Australia and the awful time they are having with the bush fires. All children have been simply wonderful and what an amazing demonstration of our values. 
 
10.01.20 - This week’s winner is Aleese Derbyshire-Makinson  for showing  love and compassion towards others and all God’s creatures. 
 
20.12.2019 - This week’s winner is Oliver Gray for being ‘Eco Friendly’ and following Christian values.
13.12.2019 -  This week’s winner is Theo Wharton for showing kindness and compassion to ill children that he has come
 into contact with. 
 
06.12.19 - This week’s winner is Phoebe Lord for showing kindness and compassion to everyone who she comes into contact with. Simply wonderful and what an amazing demonstration of our values. Well done Phoebe – you have certainly let your light shine!
29.11.19 - This week’s winner is Matilda Houghton for being a brilliant friend blossoming into someone showing all of our Christian values. Simply wonderful and what an amazing demonstration of our values. Well done Matilda – you have certainly let your light shine!
22.11.2019 - Matthew Doherty received the award for being a wonderful friend this week. Showing kindness and compassion. Rocco Conyers received the award for being a kind and caring friend. Showingfriendship and kindness.
 
15.11.2019 - This week’s winner is Billy Watson, who has been an incredible friend to others and really let his Christian Values SHINE through this week. Well done Billy, what a star you are!
 
08.11.2019 - This week’s winner is Mrs Eastham. For going that extra mile, above and beyond for a work colleague in her hour of need. Simply wonderful and what an amazing demonstration of our values. Well done Mrs Eastham – you have certainly let your light shine!
 
01.11.2019 - This week’s winner is Ruby-May Atkinson. Simply wonderful andwhat an amazing demonstration of our values. Well done Ruby-May – you have certainly let your light shine!
 
18.10,2019 - This week’s winner is Harry Jacklin for showing love, kindness and compassion towards his new little brother. Simply wonderful and what an amazing demonstration of our values. Well done Harry – you have certainly let your light shine!
11.10.2019 - This week’s winner is Liam Denham for always praising others and for just being his cheery self. Simply wonderful and what an amazing demonstration of our values. Well done Liam – you have certainly let your light shine!
04.10.2019 -This week’s winner is Chleo Wilson for her positive attitude around school, always with a cheery smile, showing respect and friendship to all. Simply wonderful and what an amazing demonstration of our values. Well done Chleo – you have certainly let your light shine!
27.09.2017 - James Littler received the award for his Team Work at Brockholes this week and for thanking members of staff for organising the event. Simply wonderful and what an amazing demonstration of our values. Well done James – you have certainly let your light shine!

20.09.2019 - Jacob Thompson received the award for showing love and compassion towards others.

13.09.2019 - This week’s award went to Elizabeth Marshall who has shown incredible love, kindness and compassion to others.  Having always bitten her nails, she was offered the chance to pick any toy from the shop as a reward for stopping...but rather than pick a gift for herself, she chose to spend the money on food for the homeless! 
 
06.09.2019 - Mia Harrod received this week's award for being an incredibly loving, caring and compassionate friend during difficult times.
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