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Winner of the Week

Dear Parents,

He’s at it again, one of our previous Winners of the Week, Itamar Copitch is now the Star of the Week at School,  the award is in recognition of his Maths and problem solving skills.

Itamar was in the lower groups of English and Maths when he came to us, and is now comfortably in the middle groups and continuing to work hard. Onwards and upwards Itamar, really well done, keep it up !!.

I can’t say it enough, follow the program and it really does pay off.

Florence
Neuro Cognitive Practitioner

 

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Winner of the Week

Dear Parents,
Reuben Sengupta came to us a couple of months ago struggling with attention and focus. He’s worked hard over this time and his school is already seeing the difference in him. Reuben is doing well in maths and was awarded a Bronze Certificate and a Deputy Headmaster’s Award for his hard work. Well Done Reuben!!

Hard work pays off and as in life, the more you put in, the more you get out.

Florence
Neuro Cognitive Practitioner

Winner of the Week

Dear Parents,
Some great news, Dilan, a previous Winner of the Week, has again come to the fore, best explained by his mum, Kamini.
“Brill, he got student of the week for focus and listening on friday.

Also i think his writing speed has improved. On saturday he swam 4 lengths of a big pool on his back with a short break at the end of each length. He’s happy”  Well Done Dilan!!
Dilan is progressing nicely thro hard work and great parents.
Keep up the hard work and I look forward to seeing  you soon.
Florence
Neuro Cognitive practitioner

 

 

Winner of the Week

Dear Parents,
I am so delighted for our Winner of the Week George, who joined the programme only a few weeks ago and he’s worked daily on the Fast ForWord and the Movement programmes. His hard work has paid off, George moved up a reading level at school this week and I’m sure there’ll be more success to come. Well Done George!!

Keep up the good work everyone!
Very best,
Florence
Neuro CognitivePratctitioner
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Winner of the Week

Dear Parents,

Over the last few weeks I have received so much good news from parents about their children closing their literacy gaps, Max is one of them.

Max has worked so hard on the Fast ForWord programme and did his daily exercises. The result of which means he’s moved up another Reading Level. Well Done Max!!

Keep up the good work!

Best regards

Florence

Neuro CognitivePractitioner
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Winner of the Week

Dear Parents,

I am pleased to report this weeks winner is Daniel Protherough, he received a Headteacher’s Award for French. A few months ago Daniel began the programme with little self esteem and confidence to participate in class activities. Recently he stood up in front of his class and spoke in French, telling them all the time and the days of the week. Well Done Daniel!!

Work hard, concentrate and the results come.

Florence Gardam
Neuro Cognitive Practitioner

Winners of the Week

Dear Parents,
I hope you are enjoying half term. I am so proud of our winners for this week, both children have an outstanding participation score on the Fast ForWord Programme.

Vito Newman – Vito demonstrated good progress with his positive attitude for learning and behaviour. He also started to gain confident with physical activities and he recently won an award for best achievement in mountain biking. Well Done Vito!! You can do it!!

Cian Richardson – Cian received another certificate of merit from his head teacher for fantastic division work in maths. Well Done Cian!!

Keep up the good work everyone!

Best regards

Florence

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Winner of the Week

Dear Parents,
It is only with determination and hard work we achieve results. Itamar came to see me two years ago, he was diagnosed with some vision processing issues; tracking and eye taming were major issues which further affected his reading and other cognitive skills.
He had his last check up with the Optometrist a few weeks ago. The optometrist was gobsmacked with the results – Itamar no longer needs glasses, and hand in hand, his reading fluency has improved and he recently received a glowing report from his teacher. Well Done Itamar!!

Itamar’s mum wrote:
The optometrist could not believe his own eyes when he saw itamars results, six months later after he saw him first. He was joking with us that it cannot possibly be the same child. He never saw something like this before. He made sure to let Itamar know that it is all down to his hard work and determination that he does not need his glasses anymore. Well done Itamar and thank you Florence for your wonderful guidance to support the process.
:-)))

Hard work pays off, so keep it up.

Florence Gardam
Neuro Cognitive Practitioner

Winners of the Week

Dear Parents,

Within a few weeks at school Max and Cian received head teachers awards!!
Max Richard – Received a head teacher award for helping around the class! Well Done Max!!
Sarah, Max’s mum commented “I had our first teacher/parent meeting for year 2 last night and it was very positive. The quality of his work is very good. In particular his writing which uses good language and spelling. Maths is also good. Max has been in the gold book at school many times already for the quality of his work (he has only told me about 2 occasions).
Kind regards,
Sarah

Cian Richardson received a heat teacher award for mature approach to learning. Well Done Cian!!

Keep up the good work!
Best regards
Florence

Winners of the Week

Dear Parents,

Welcome to new academic year and I am already excited about our results.

Celine – Celine worked hard over the summer with the movement programme and the sound training programme. The school has already noticed her progress with her Maths skills. Well Done Celine!!

Celine’s mum wrote:
During her first week back at school Celine one day received a wristband for good independent maths work and last Friday she received a certificate as the “star of the week “ in her class, for “such hard work in maths”.In a meeting this week her SENDCO said Celine has matured a lot socially over the summer.

Daniel – Daniel struggled with his co-ordination and sport was not his favorite subject. His teacher was amazed to see his progress with PE. Well Done Daniel!!

Keep up the good work!

Best regards

Florence Gardam

Neuro-Cognitive Practitioner