Merit Awards week ending 19 May 2017

Grade 3T
Shayna Middleton for an improved work ethic.
Jesse Crawford for better presentation of work.
Abake Moyo for improved behaviour.
Takudzwa Mukanya for doing all his homework neatly.
Melisizwe Ndlovu for improved reading.

Grade 3K
John-Ross Jacobsz for enjoying reading his library book.
Princess Chida for super effort with plurals.
Kathryn Rundle, Luke Coventry and Gavriella Mullin for neat, careful subtraction sums.

Grade 4VW
Teak Watson for thinking out of the box.
Grace Murendo for fantastic General Knowledge on OH0.L

Grade 4G
Amaan Kara for a positive attitude towards his work.
Ruvarashe Vusango for improved standard of work in mathematics.

Grade 4F
Carlos Kee-Tui, Alicia Ncube and Kuziva Masendu for trying so hard to work more neatly.

Grade 5DB
Connor Schmahl, Brianna Style, Ruvimbo Chizhande, Vanessa Vuma, Jonty Stephens and Kimberley Ncube for full marks in an adverb test.

Grade 5DJ
Liam Mudenda for making a huge effort to focus and do the right thing in class.
Takudzwa Maposa for being helpful and kind.

Grade 5M
Aidan Osborne for improved handwriting.
Courtney Khumalo for good behaviour.

Grade 6DC
Sandile Ncube for discovering he can do beautiful joining handwriting.  keep it up!
Tristan Knott for staying longer after meals at camp to help clean utensils.

Grade 6J
Joshua Blignaut for fantastic homework this week.
Ethan Schultz for fantastic mental maths.

Grade 7NE
Matthew Rust, Simbarashe Fari, Vanessa Moyo and Tawana Kuzanga for concentrated effort in their school work this week.  Well done!

Grade 7M
Zara Matthews, Siphumuzile Mloyi, Sara Lunat, Samuel Rundle and Richard Rayner for good response to revision work this week.

Ndebele – Mrs Mafa
Christine Lupepe, Nomaqhawe, Takudzwa Mukanya and Benjamin Burns for participating well in class this week.

Ndebele – Mr Mpofu
Sonny Brebner (7N), Gemma Iversen (7NE) and Tyrone Johnstone (7M) for working independently in class.

 

 

 

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