Merit Awards for the week ending 9 February 2018

Grade 1K
Alister Hanyire and McAlister Hanyire for getting to school earlier and being more organised.
Angel Chida for trying hard to be neater.
Munesu Chigangacha for working faster and for great oral answers!

Grade 1L
Conrad Fulton and Tyrese Kufahakutizwi for tidying up class library books.
Courtney Watson and Ruvarashe Busuman for keeping our classroom clean.
Nathan Dube, Thomas Ncube and Zviko Shumba for making pleasing progress with their reading words.

Grade 1T
To the whole class for reading their first book so well.

Grade 2D
Jonty Anders, Joshua Chalmers, Tomas Condon, Michael Mhute, Solomuzi Ndlovu, Siphosenkosi Nkomo, Kai Wilmans, Lakeisha Chiwombe, Nicole Kumalo, Lindelwe Moyo and Lonwabo Nkomo for a very good effort to learn number bonds.

Grade 2T
Colt Hodgson for being so helpful and kind.
Ayanda Ngwenya and Ashton Drummond for effort in number.
Siqoko Mphoko for trying so hard in language.
Sadie Sparks for learning all her words for her new reading book.

Grade 2W
Joshua Armand for always giving of his best.
Kierra Botha for trying hard all the time.
Isaac Chatima for remembering the meaning of the work of the week.
Nhanisi Moyo for working well this week.

Grade 3K
Niel Jones for working hard to improve his work.
Carmen Shaw for working faster and being more organised.
Tavonga Msasanure for improved effort.

Grade 3T
Tayana Hlabangana, Kyle Keefer, Colby Drummond and Praise Nhliziyo for neatly presented homework which included the date.
Junior Ncube for paying more attention in class this week and getting all his written work completed on time.
Dineo Phiri for better reading this week.

Grade 4F
Geraldine Matika, Christine Lupepe and Mangomuhle Ngwenya for accurate work in content subjects.
Luke Rosenfels for a great effort in maths.
Ngoni Marima for a lovely imaginative story.

Grade 4G
Damien Style, Kayla Sutherland-MacLeod, Natalie Garikayi and Brently Masuku for excellent work in mathematics.

Grade 4VW
Daniel Nel and Ivan Ndebele for moving up a level in ‘3 Minutes Maths’.
Jodie Lee Swain for working hard in mental maths.

Grade 5M
Baelyn Butcher for super neat handwriting.
Munto Mloyi for excellent mathematics.

Grade 5DB
Noma Nkala, Reuel Rangarirai, Patrick Duff and Josh Doolabh for wonderful poems using alliteration.

Grade 5J
Anri Burnett for effort with homework.
Jodi Rosenfels for a cheerful, positive and helpful attitude.

Grade 6R
Brianna Style for improvement in Agriculture.
Ruan Nel and Jonothan Stephens for working hard this week.

Grade 6DC
Tyla Love and Tian Muller for neat, hard work this week.
Takudzwa Maposa and Mukudzei Madziva for accurate English comprehension and improved presentation.

Grade 6N
Amber Rosenfels for better presentation of work this week.
Mbongeni Dube for his big effort in his mathematics and comprehension exercises.

Grade 7M
Mikhail Hawa, Zayaan Gaibi, Ngoni Tembo and Thando Mlauzi for a consistently high standard of work in mathematics.
Morgan Liddle, Mikhail Hawa and Ngoni Tembo  for very well written narrative essays.

Grade 7N
Varaidzo Bere, Ruvarashe Kuzanga and Olivia Lunga for quietly getting on with their work.
Tochukwu Nnam for a more mature approach to his class work.
Travis Pettican for careful reading and a good understanding of Chapter One of the set book – ‘Call of the Wild’.

Grade 7NE
Caitlyn Rugara for beautiful neat work.
Faizaan Gaibi for excellent mental work.
Emmanuel Mukuhlani for a concentrated effort within class.
Shana Sibanda for a beautifully written story on ‘The Thunderstorm’.  Well done!

Ndebele – Mrs Mafa
Rachel Hlabanana (3K), Christine Lupepe, Tinotenda Marime, Tiboke Ndlovu, Abake Moyo, Jayden Shoniwa (4F) and Ngonidzashe Tembo (7M) for commitment to morning reading.
Regina Zibowa, Princess Zulu, Dean Chiwombe, Brently Masuku (4G), Nkanyiso Sibindi, Taropafadzwa Chirochierwa (4VW), Amaan Kara, Chase Lindley, Ryah Mason, Cole-Simon Anders, Joshua Doolabh, Savanna Smith, Liam Nel (5DB), Dylan Burton, Neil Rosenfels (6N) and Londani Nkiwani (7NE) for good oral work this week.

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