Merit Awards for the Week ending 4 August 2017

Grade 1K
Mufaro Chakanyuka, Emily Nesbitt, Lethu Ndlovu, Valerie Vuma and Grayson Smith for always doing their best.
Kierra Botha and Ngwazikazi Ngwenya for beginning to do great work.

Grade 1L
Farai Mukuhlani for lovely phonic work.
Christopher Mushore for making progress with his reading.
Ayanda Ngwenya for his helpful and cheerful manner.

Grade 2D
Tinotenda Makoni, Miguel Murove, Sasha Nyamhunga and Tiffany Smith for trying very hard.
Jack Love, Bradley Mleya and Lauren Smith for good work.

Grade 2T
Naledi Museba for trying so hard with her number.
Kimberly Wushe for beautiful manners.
Ayden Ncube for being so focused in all subjects.

Grade 2W
Ross Schmahl for lovely handwriting.
Shiloh Chingonzoh for enthusiastic reading.
Kunashe Marima for trying so hard in mental tests.

Grade 3T
Christine Lupepe, Teagan Muller, Takudzwa Mukanya and Tinotenda Marime for outstanding test results.
Christine Lupepe and Geraldine Matika for getting all the words for Spelling Bee correct.

Grade 3K
Regina Zibowa, Thomas Anders and Kathryn Rundle for consistent work and effort all term.

Grade 4G
Mbalenhle Ndlove for thinking out of the box.
Tawana Tavengwa for gradually improving the standard of her reading.

Grade 5DB
Hannah Smith, Ruvimbo Chizhande, James Thompson and Markos Tzircalle for faithfully carrying my books, bags of balls and crate each morning.

Grade 5DJ
Nicole Kesson for her perseverance and enthusiasm in working with fractions.
Darren Ncube for thinking of interesting, original sounds for his poem on ‘noise’.

Grade 5M
Lorelei Phiri for working hard in mathematics.
Ted Nyamapfeka for improved handwriting.
Obert Chinhamo for effort in comprehension.

Grade 6DC
Dingani Mazithulela, Alistair Middleton and Tyla Lindley for a pleasing week’s work.

Ndebele – Mr Mpofu
Mary-Ann Jacobsz (6N) for learning new ideas quickly.
Nicole Drummond (6J) for taking an active role in class discussions.
Tristan Knott (6DC) for tackling new challenges .
Nonhle Nyathi (7NE0 and Phumuzuke Mloyi (7M) for handing in books on time.

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