Congratulations to this week’s award winners! Click on read more to view a full list.
Delphi of Year 6 – For her consistent effort in class recently, regardless of how difficult the content is. Delphi’s positive attitude towards learning is such a valuable trait to take into secondary school. Keep it up Delphi!
Ashlin of Year 5 – For the way in which you stepped out of your comfort zone when acting as an understudy for the concert performance. Well done champion!
Fletcher of Year 1 – Fletcher has navigated many challenges successfully this year and shown increasing confidence when he shares his analytical insights in Inquiry and Mathematics. Fletcher is always respectful and shows a bright and friendly attitude to his teachers and peers; especially when working together towards a learning goal.
Alannah of Year 2 – For demonstrating the value of acceptance this week. You have been kind, caring and respectful towards others. You have a sensible and mature attitude towards friendships and are sensitive towards the needs and rights of others. Keep smiling and shining in all that you do.
Mackenzie of Prep – For showing integrity and making great choices both inside and outside of the classroom. You always try your best and wear a beautiful big smile too. Keep it up superstar!
Xavier of Year 1 – For showing tremendous respect and listening skills while at our Werribee Mansion excursion. Xavier represented Drysdale Primary School superbly and he should be very proud of the way he conducted himself. Keep up the great work, Xavier!
Jonathan of Year 6 – For his quick thinking when assisting in the community by helping someone in need. Jono is a wonderful representative of our school and we think a career as a detective awaits. Thank you for showing so much initiative and integrity.
Alfie of Year 1 – Congratulations Alfie on the integrity you have shown so far this term and by staying focused on the task at hand. You have been able to have much success and demonstrate a real enjoyment for your learning by doing this. You are also showing integrity in your interactions with peers and adults during the school day. You are a pleasure to teach and I love seeing your fabulous results. Keep up the good work Superstar!
Nieve of Prep – Nieve has been working hard on her writing this term. When writing Nieve uses all the features spoken about in Foundation such as capital letters, full stops and finger spaces. Not only that, her weekend news is always interesting with lots of details. Great work Nieve, we are so proud of your learning!
Micah of Year 3 – For enthusiastically engaging in our guided reading sessions. Micah is always keen to discuss the text and has made deep connections, predicted what might happen and made insightful comments about the characters. Well done Micah. Keep up the wonderful reading!
Ella of Year 3 – Ella showed great success in completing an excellent writing recount of the recent Music and Movement Festival at Costa Hall in Geelong. Well done Ella.
Zane of Year 4 – Zane has worked hard on drafting his persuasive writing piece using a variety of persuasive techniques to produce writing to a high standard. Zane showed great attention to detail when editing and revising to make sure his writing uses ambitious vocabulary and convincing arguments. Well done, Zane!
Cooper of Year 4 – For a fantastic persuasive text on whether there should be a ban on supermarket minis. Your text included a clear opinion in your introduction and 3 strong reasons in the body paragraphs. Well done Cooper!
Tom of Year 2 – For working super well during the last few weeks of writing. You have worked extremely hard to demonstrate success and have developed many new skills in using Book Creator to publish your multimodal text titled “All about Tom.” Well done super star!
Jeremy of Prep – For your enthusiasm and enjoyment in preparation for our concert. You give your all with your cool dance moves and have been doing your best singing. Can’t wait to see you shining up on stage!
Riley of Year 3 – For always maintaining a can do attitude towards his learning. Riley always comes to class with a smile that is contagious to his classmates. He naturally displays enjoyment towards his learning and encourages everyone around him to do the same. You are a joy to teach, Riley.