STUDENT AWARDS

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

SCHOOL VALUES AWARDS

Grade Prep
Jaeger – For demonstrating the school value of ‘Personal Best’ during our learning time. Jaeger has done such a brilliant job of settling in and practising our expectations.
Grade 1/2
Louis – For trying your ‘Personal Best’ at all learning tasks. You always listen to feedback and work hard to improve your skills.
Grade 2/3
Brodie – For demonstrating our school value of Personal Best during our gym program. Brodie followed all instructions, tried his best at all activities and was a positive role model to his peers.
Grade 4/5
Taylah – For demonstrating the value of PERSONAL BEST in the classroom. Taylah listens carefully to instructions, works independently to complete tasks to standard and takes pride in the presentation of her work. Congratulations Taylah.
Grade 6
Lily D – For giving her personal best during the Reader’s Workshop sessions. Lily used her Reader’s Notebook to record her thinking about the authenticity and believability of the characters words and actions in the text. She also shared her thoughts with the class.

CLASSROOM ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

Grade Prep
Brock – For taking great care when measuring the length of objects. Brock has shown that he is able to compare objects using the words ‘longer’ and ‘shorter’.
Grade 1/2
Lorna – For always presenting work to a high standard. You use your learning time to make sure that work is complete and is neat. Well done Lorna.
Grade 2/3
Evie – For her hard work during our addition unit in maths. Evie worked hard, applied all the feedback that she was given and attempted all challenges set for her. She achieved significant growth on her post test at the end of the unit. Congratulations Evie!
Grade 4/5
Chloe – For working hard to complete all maths tasks in class. Chloe has shown improvement in her ability to subtract large numbers and complete Mathletics tasks with success. Well done Chloe.
Grade 6
Lilly L – For showing significant growth in her understanding of addition. She can confidently use estimation and rounding when checking her answers. She can also add and subtract negative numbers.