Merit Awards for the week end 9 March 2018

Grade 2D
Aidan Hughes for better reading.
Holly Nesbitt for trying hard.
Layya Esat for working hard.

Grade 2T
Hannah Maseko for excellent stories.
Leon Ndlovu for beautiful manners.
Keira Webster and Lael Rangarirai for good reading.

Grade 2W
Manelisi Mpofu for her good reading
Ngwazikazi Ngwenya for lovely neat work.
Ruwarashe Dzumbunu for a great improvement in her work..

Grade 3K
Nomaqhawe Majuba for trying hard with her reading.
Chad Nesbitt for working and concentrating more carefully.
Sasha Nyamhunga for her lovely reading.

Grade 3T
Viwe Mkwananzi, Praise Nhliziyo, Sibongile Mlalazi and Thomani Mutavhatsindi for outstanding test results.

Grade 4G
Christian Smith for the best content test results.
Ciaran Knott for pleasing maths test results.
Michaela Drummond for the most pleasing results in all the subjects.
Chad Shearing for verg good Cambridge Science test results.

Grade 4VW
Byrone Sithole for making an effort to improve his work.

Grade 5M
Baelyn Butcher for excellent science.
Joshua Edwards for writing an interesting story.
Tiaan van der Merwe for effort in handwriting.

Grade 5J
Kuziva Masendu for effort with his bonds and tables.
Linda Ndlovu for careful, accurate spelling.

Grade 6R
Emily Townshend for excellent English language this week.
Kayden Bhana, Connor Schmahl, James Thompson and Stephanie Rundle for getting 100% in the R.E. Test.

Grade 6DC
Liam Smith, Mbonisi Nkala an Tanyaradzwa Chakanyuka for a better effort in class work this week.

Grade 7M
Rahil Bhavan for quietly getting on with his work.

Ndebele
For pleasing test results:-
Grade 3K – Rachel Hlabangana and Huzaifa Karbanee
Grade 3T – Colby Drummond, Sibongile Mlalazi, Naledi Museba and Bahle Nyathi
Grade 3S – Yine Nel, Liam Duff and Adriana Bhana

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