Reece Nesbitt for improved handwriting.
Musawenkosi Nkomo for sensible, friendly behaviour always.
Ayitaishe Kwangwadzai for lovely reading and improved presentation.
Stacey Lumsden for improved handwriting.
Bongiwe Khumalo for lovely number work.
Dhilan Dulabh for being helpful and working hard in class.
Acacia Bean for super reading.
Amani Shumba for good general knowledge.
Confidence Chivanga, Juan Muller, Zintle Ndlovu, Lubalethu Nxumalo, Yahya Patel, Yasir Karbanee for good subtraction sums.
Patrick Blignaut for catching up after being very sick in hospital.
Munesu Chigangacha, Farai Matabeya, Ivainashe Tembo working very hard and being neat and tidy.
Keira Style for good number.
Shiprah Chiza for beautiful art
Muaaz Gaibi for lovely manners.
Favour Anyanwu for trying to follow instructions quickly.
Conrad Fulton for super art work.
Ruvarashe Busuman for trying hard with her number work.
Tyrese Kufahakutizwi for quick oral answers.
Lia Pinto Da Cunha and Emily Nesbitt for being cheerful and reliable helpers.
Siphosenkosi Nkomo and Lonwabo Nkomo for getting 100% in their bonds and tables test.
Ashton Drummond and Eleni Roukounis for good mental mathematics.
Babongile Ncube for giving of her best in all she does.
Ayden Ncube for clear and accurate drawings in content subjects.
Praise Nhliziyo for lovely poems.
Tinashe Mkonto for a pleasing standard of work all round.
Deborah Gwanyanya for diligent preparation for the weekly spelling tests.
Sejal Ravala for being brave when she injured her previously broken arm.
Regina Zibowa for excellent bonds and tables test results.
Ciaran Knott for good behaviour.
Skye Steenbok for a great solid start after a long absence.
Ethan Chivaura for maintaining a high standard for work.
Liam Nel and Ruvarashe Vusango for interesting desscriptions of “The Haunted House.”
Khloe Damson and Linda Ndlovu for great effort with addition and subtraction of fractions.
Takunda Dzumbunu for good effort in mathematics.
Tate Lees for moving on to Card B in 3 minute maths.