Congratulations to this week’s and last Principal award winners.
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Eleanor of Prep – Eleanor, you have come to school with a great attitude to your learning. You are happy to include other children in your work and play. It has been lovely to see you grow in confidence over the last term. You are a star!
Rachel of Senior – For accepting the opportunity to assist Mrs Croxford with the school photos. Your help allowed the entire day to run smoothly and meant all the grades and students got to their photos on time.
Mahelah of Prep – For having a go even when you are feeling unsure. Mahelah, you are really beginning to have a good go at everything, from putting your hand up to sharing your ideas, to trying to do your best at hearing sounds for writing. You should be very proud of yourself and your growing confidence. Keep up the great work!
Michael of Prep – Michael, you have come so far in just one term of school. You have learnt to be persistent in your learning, you keep trying and ask for help when faced with challenges. It has been wonderful to watch you grow in such a short time.
Keep it up!
Evie of Junior – You should be so proud of the way you have returned to school, ready to start Term 2 with a bright smile on your face. Congratulations on showing great resilience and independence.
Well done Evie!
Jack of Junior – For showing a fantastic attitude to your specialist subjects this week. You came back to school with a really positive attitude, keep it up – well done!
Anna of Junior – For always acting responsibly and respectfully towards your classmates and your teachers. In class you complete all tasks with ease and to a high standard. You always have an honest and thoughtful outlook. You behave in an appropriate way and should be very proud of your attitude and manners. Keep up the amazing efforts.
Xanda of Junior – You should be proud of the way you always focus on your learning and you always show expected behaviour. Thank you for always doing the right thing. Keep up the great work superstar!
James of Prep – For showing so much improvement in completing your morning jobs independently. You are doing well at coming into the classroom, changing your reader each day and setting up your table ready for learning. Keep up the great work superstar!
Corey of Junior – Corey you have shown amazing perseverance in learning your Rainbow Words this term. You have shown increasing stamina and focus during Word Work, giving you the
success to move onto your new set of words. Keep up the great work superstar!
Lilly of Junior – Lilly you wrote a fantastic recount about your school holidays using the correct structure, time connectives and interesting language making your writing a joy to read. Keep up the great work Lilly.
Ellie of Junior – For showing fantastic place value knowledge in your Maths this week. You have taken all advice from the adults in class and can now confidently identify the place value of 3 digit numbers.
Well done Ellie!
Archie of Middle – Archie, your first attempt at persuasive writing this year was fantastic. You included some great arguments and reasons why it is cruel to keep animals in cages. I am looking forward to seeing how much you progress in persuasive writing over the next few weeks. Well done, Archie!
Charlotte of Senior – For producing a narrative of an amazingly high standard. It was such a treat to read something of such quality written by a primary school student.
Vickie of Senior – The senior teachers were very appreciative of your expertise during our coding activities last term. Your enthusiasm was infectious and encouraged other students to also ‘have a go.’
Elijah of Senior – The senior teachers were so impressed with the way you fully embraced the challenges during our STEM day last term. Your knowledge and willingness to help others was amazing to see.
Ryan of Senior – For your enthusiastic approach to school this term. It is terrific to see you embracing the challenges being set in the classroom. You are setting yourself up for a super successful term.