Congratulations to the following students who are the award winners this week:
SCHOOL VALUES AWARDS
Irie – For being a kind and thoughtful friend and always including others.
Kennedy – For always showing persistence and doing her personal best during class time. Kennedy has had a smooth transition back to school this term and is producing excellent work. Keep it up Kennedy.
Spencer F – For being a calm and responsible class member who is willing to help anyone. Spencer always follows the teacher’s instructions and gives his best at everything he does.
Logan – For displaying excellent RESILIENCE and CO-OPERATION skills both in and out of the classroom. Logan shows maturity dealing with any issue and is a well trusted classmate.
Steffi – For showing RESILIENCE in the classroom and having the confidence to solve problems independently. Steffi consistently demonstrates all the Axedale Values and is a great role model in the classroom.
Paddy C – For being a polite and courteous student, who always approaches his school work in a positive, enthusiastic and mature way.
CLASSROOM ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
Jie – For starting this term with a very positive attitude and working very hard in all subject areas. Well done Jie.
Isabella – For always producing her best work in class. Isabella always takes her time to create 5 star neat work during class time. Well done Isabella, keep it up.
Liam – Well done Liam on being focused and trying your best at all tasks. You have a great start to Term 3. Keep up the good work.
Brianne – For some fantastic writing last week. Brianne is quick to formulate her ideas, writes in paragraphs and displays excellent spelling, grammar and punctuation. Well Done!
Hagan – For a fantastic effort writing his Information Report on Bull Riding. Hagan is developing his sentence structure and writing in paragraphs.
Grade 5/6 class – For challenging themselves to use technology to produce a digital version of their chosen procedural text. They experimented with visual effects and created easy to follow and engaging results.