Merits for the week ending 18 May 2018

Grade 3K
Makenna French for thinking hard in maths.
Tinashe Mkonto for effort with reading fluency.
Amina Shahzad for working quietly and conscientiously.

Grade 3T
Deborah Gwanyanya, Kimberly Wushe, Praise Nhliziyo and Viwe Mkwananzi for accurate work on double exchange multiplication of hundreds.  Well done!

Grade 4F
Sejal Ravala for excellent spelling.
Shumirai Zvenyika for being more focused.
Melisizwe Ndlovu for better mental results.

Grade 5M
Mwaita Mukudu for excellent spelling.
Aaminah Gaibi for effort in maths.

Grade 5DB
Joshaviah Chiza and Tadiwa Mangezi for a positive start to the term.

Grade 6R
Odinaka Onwuchukwu for good maths this week.
Hannah Smit and Keratiloe Makhurane for good agriculture work.
Bradley Dube for good language work.

Grade 6DC
Khaya Vimba for a very positive start to this term.
Nicky Kesson for a great effort in English this week.

Grade 6N
Amber Rosenfels and Mbongeni Dube for a positive start to the term.

Grade 7M
Ngoni Tembo, Mikhail Hawa and Rahil Bhavan for an excellent start to the term.

Grade 7NJ
Dylan  Pragji for neat work all the time.
Mary-Ann Jacobsz and Lisa Rayner for being helpful in class.

Ndebele – Mrs Mafa
Nomathmsanqa Ndhlovu and Mangomuhle (4F), Ryan Stevawo, Ngoni Tembo and Marbel Nyamhunga (7M) for commitment to morning reading.

Ndebele – Mr Mpfou
Daniel Stephens (4F) for working quietly all the time.
John-Ross Jacobsz (4VW) for participating actively in class discussions.
Meghan Edwards (3S) for using new words correctly.

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