Merits for the week ending 16 March 2018

Grade 3K
Caitlin Roselt for doing her homework carefully.
Bradley Mleya for very neat work in all his books.

Grade 3T
Max Rosenfels for beautiful artwork.
Kimberly Wushe and Bahle Nyathi for accurate addition.
Mbalenhle Moyo for better presentation of work.

Grade 4F
Takunda Tavengwa for trying hard to improve the presentation of his work.

Grade 5M
Grace Murendo and Baelyn for excellent language this week.
Aaminah Gaibi for effort in social studies.

Grade 5DB
Ethan Gonah for immaculate presentation.
Tawana Tavengwa for beginning to read through her work and correcting it.

Grade 5J
Dakalo Mutavhatsindi for lovely descriptive writing.
Chad Oxden-Willows for improved mathematics.

Grade 6R
Ruvimbo Chizhande for good work in mathematics this week.
Keratiloe Makhurane for good effort in spelling.
Emily Townshend for good effort in Religious Education this week.

Grade 6DC
Wayne Manyema and Takudzwa Maposa for more effort with their work this week.
Nicole Kesson, Hannah Godfrey and Tanya Chakanyuka for neater handwriting.

Grade 6N
Dylan Burton and Obert Chinhamo for improved behaviour and presentation of work.

Grade 7NJ
Travis Pettican and Olivia Lunga for wonderful science experiments.
Dylan ragji, Bradley Wentzel and Vidal Bravo for excellent mathematics.

Grade 7NE
Ethan Schultz, and Vuyo Ngwenya for excellent work in mathematics and a more focused approach towards their school work.

Ndebele – Mr Mpofu
Grade 3K – Lauren Smith for learning new words quickly.
Grade 4F – Luke Rosenfels for remembering word meanings accurately.
Grade 5DB – Nomathamsanqa Nkala for an impressive standard of work.
Grade 6DC – Takudzwa Maposa for working independently.
Grade 7M – Garrick Duff for good grammar.

Ndebele – Mrs Mafa
Christine Lupepe, Mangomuhle Ngwenya and Takudzwa Mukanya all in Grade 4F for full marks in the Ndebele Test.

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