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Merit Awards for Week Ending 1 February 2019

Grade 3T

Christopher Mushore for good presentation of work.

Sinokubonga Moyo for her animal research.

Grade 3K

Joshua Armand for being organised and working hard.

Isaac Chatima for writing a lovely story about “The Braai.”

Grade 4G

Tavonga Msasanure for good general knowledge in Science.

Jack Love for improved handwriting.

Grade 4F

Deborah Gwanyanya, Miguel Murove and Nomaqhawe for accurate spelling.

Grade 5dB

For the highest number of house points Jesse Crawford.

Grade 5M

Luke Rosenfels for constructive comments in class discussions.

Grade 5S

Lintle Mbiabolawe for making an effort to do well.

Ivan Ndebele for his positive attitude towards learning.

Grade 6N

Grace Murendo for impressive work.

Mario Gomes for working diligently all week.

Grade 6DC

Ethan Gonah for consistently trying hard all work.

Ruvarashe Vusango for effort in mathematics and for trying to be neater.

Grade 6G

Issabelle Louw brilliant effort in mathematics this week.

Trymore Chemhere for always aiming to please.

Grade 7T

Ronan Kelly for excellent one minute speech.

Ruvimbo Chizhande for producing work of a consistently high standard.

Grade 7RO

Hannah Godfrey for excellent science work this week.

Takudzwa Maposa for good effort in class this week.

Grade 7RU

Philippa McKechnie and Shyanne Hapelt for consistently neat work this week.


Buhle Mpofu and Lonwabo Nkomo for improved reading.

Eleni Roukounis for learning new vocabulary.

Brendan Style for being competent in vocabulary recollection.

Daniel Conolly for excellent class participation this week.


Lauren Smith for good practical skills and a positive attitude.

Kayla Sutherland-Macleod for good work in Microsoft Word.

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