Star of the Week

Each week a St Clement Dane's pupil is awarded our 'Star of the Week' award. Here are some of the historical winners. Please note that from September 2014, Stars of the Week now appear in our News section, through our weekly newsletter.

 

Star of the Week: Nuramin »

Stars of St Clement Danes are frequent but always unique. The star this week is no exception.

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Star of the Week: Joshua »

Every now and then in the expanse of the universe a mighty yet quiet, grand yet modest star is noticed by an explorer of greatness and highlighted for others to gaze at in awe and wonder. Here at St Clement Danes a star just like this has been identified and needs to be named.

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Star of the Week: Habiba »

Do you meet this week's St Clement Danes star criteria?

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Star of the Week: Ashraf »

The universe is amazing, enormous and vast, Stars shine brightly some flash past. We have many stars in our school Only one can be chosen will it be you?

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Star of the Week: Abdul »

What makes a star of the week? There are numerous answers to this question and no definitive list that needs to be ticked off. The description that follows however should give you a flavour of the characteristics required to be a star.

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Star of the Week: Lucy »

Ahoy me hearties, Welcome aboard the good ship HMS Clementine, currently in dry dock awaiting its new coat of paint.

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Star of the Week: Hafiza »

What makes a St Clement Danes Star? If the star this week is anything to go on then the following components are required.

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Star of the Week: Salima »

Who is this week’s Star of the Week? These poems will give you a clue.

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Star of the Week: Shahil »

The Young Adventurer: On a morning, not so long ago a young boy awoke from a restless sleep, as during the last few nights he had been having a recurring dream.

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Star of the Week: Abel »

Our star this week is a bit like a supernova shining brightly in our school’s cosmos. Unlike the supernova in the sky however our star is here on Earth and due to the gases that surround us, our star can be heard now that it has exploded. Don’t worry a child hasn’t actually exploded it’s just a figure of speech!

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