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Merit Awards week ending 12 May 2017

Grade 2D
Senamile Mphoko, Nomaqhawe Majuba for good manners.
Chad Nesbitt and Amina Shahzad for settling in and working hard.

Grade 2T
Kimberly Wushe for an excellent start to the term.
Deborah Gwanyanya for good progress in handwriting.
Ayden Ncube for beautiful manners.

Grade 2W
Liam Duff or beautiful work.
Ross Schmahl for working hard and giving of his best.
Meghan Edwards fir a great start to the term.
Timude Dzwairo for good steady work.
Amalsha Ncube for her kind and gentle manner

Grade 3K
Chad Shearing for settling into his new class easily and working well.
Christian Smith and Taropafadzwa Chimvinga for a great start and giving their best.

Grade 3S
Tapiwa Malango and Byrone Sithole for trying really hard with joining writing.
Wezi Phiri and Andile Kopotsha for a huge improvement in handwriting.

Grade 4G
Joshua Engelbrecht and Philippa McKechnie for good observations during science experiements on electricity.

Grade 4F
Issabelle Louw and Noelle Pumfrey for wonderful poetry.

Grade 5DB
Hannah Smith, Ruvimbo Chizhande and Stephanie Rundle for being helpful.
Ronan Kelly and Kayden Bhana for a positive start to the new term.

Grade 5DJ
Alana Amyot and Mukudzei Madziva for settling in so well, and cheerfully, into their new school.

Grade 5M
Neil Rosenfels for outstanding mental mathematics.
Reannah Motsi for excellent handwriting.

Grade 7NE
To the whole class for excellent research and effective presentation of their projects on Transport, Communication and Social Services.  Well done.

Grade 7 Ndebele
Samuel Rundle 7M, Byron King 7N and Phoebe Nel 7NE for contributing during lessons.
Nicole Nyamapfeka 7M, Siphumuzile Mloyi 7M, Mzimazisi Mabaso 7NE, Emma Price, 7NE, Serena Rix 7NE, Rachel Rix 7NE, Awakhiwe Mpofu 7N, Zinzile Gumpo 7N, Tinevimbo Kwashira 7N and Miniyothabo Mhlanga 7N all for the progress and commitment to Ndebele.


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