STUDENT AWARDS

Congratulations to the following students who are the award winners this week:

SCHOOL VALUES AWARDS

Grade Prep/1
Kirby – For being a cheerful class member and always being keen to help others when they are in need of support. Kirby is always smiling.

Grade 2
Emily S – For demonstrating respect in all areas of school. Emily listens to her friends ideas and shares equipment and games. Emily listens respectfully in class and speaks to everyone in a respectful way. Well done on a great year Emily.  

Grade 3/4
Cabe – For persisting with his reading assessment. You did a wonderful job and moved up 4 levels. Each time I asked you do complete the next level, you did it happily and confidently. Well done.

Grade 4/5
Emily B – For showing RESPECT at all times in the classroom. Emily is well organised and ready start learning right from the start of the day and after each break time. Well done Emily.

Grade 5/6
Grade 5 students – For showing support to the Grade 6 students as they prepared for their Graduation. You demonstrated respect, cooperation, resilience and personal best during this time.


CLASSROOM ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

Grade Prep/1
Irie – For always setting a good example when working at her table and trying to do her very best. Irie always writes imaginative and interesting diaries and stories.

Grade 2
Maddison – For her fantastic work completing our poetry unit this term. Maddison has worked hard to produce interesting poems to include in her poetry book. Well done Maddison, keep up the great work.

Grade 3/4
Kaiya – For your wonderful passion project WOW factor. Your creativeness in coming up with this was amazing. It engaged the class and made baking a cake look like a walk in the park. Well done.

Grade 4/5
Darcy S – For his wonderful Passion Project on Blacksmiths. Darcy worked hard at school and at home to produce a very informative poster and horseshoe for his ‘Wow Factor’. Congratulations Darcy!

Grade 5/6
Grade 6 students – For their preparation and dedication to develop quality graduation speeches. They have spent much time drafting, editi ng and rehearsing these pieces to ensure the night is a memorable occasion.