Congratulations to this weeks Principal Award recipients
Tyson of Year 1 – Tyson for striving to do his best whilst completing a challenging maths task, it’s wonderful to see him focussing and enjoying his learning! You’re a superstar!
Sam of Year 4 – For displaying excellent control, knowledge and skills during bike ed. Can’t wait to see you on the extreme mountain biking videos Sam!
Ryder of Year 5 – For the consistency he is showing in setting and working towards his learning goals on a weekly basis. Well done Ryder.
Jack of Year 5 – For always putting in 110% effort into all areas of his learning. Jack’s academic progress has skyrocketed this year. He recently completely finished the Fountas and Pinnell reading level kit, by smashing a level Z text with high accuracy and comprehension. Keep it up Jack!
Owen of Year 4 – Owen is showing great resilience and taking more risks with his learning. Despite challenges, he is bouncing back quickly and understands that mistakes provide opportunities to learn.
Abeeha of Prep (Integrity) – For being such a wonderful, inclusive friend and role model for her peers. Abeeha always shows integrity, encourages and supports her friends. Congratulations Abeeha on being such a superstar!
Tahlia of Year 3 (Success) – For successfully writing an informative text about the history of the Narmbool property. She remained extremely focused during the writing session and included many interesting facts. Thank you for sharing this well constructed text with our class.
Jack of Year 5 (Success) – Jack has made substantial improvement in his reading outcomes this year. Jack has become far more accurate in his reading and monitors consistently for understanding. A wonderful achievement Jack
Simran of Prep (Success) – For continually making improvements in learning to read and write. You have worked very hard to recognise sounds in words. Keep up the terrific work Simran.
Jai of Year 2 (Enjoyment) – For showing enjoyment throughout Inquiry, especially during our ‘Push and Pull Playground’ poster activity. Well done, Jai!