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Merit Awards Week Ending 19 July 2019

Grade 1K

Kyle Moyo for more mature attitude.

Lwandile Moyo for good written work.

Sakina Evans for good art work.

Stacey Lumsden for improved handwriting.

Grade 1L

Tapiwa Gotosa for improved handwriting.

Acacia Bean for a great effort in all her work.

Tanatswa Marime and Ngonidzashe Muzondo for good number work.

Grade 2D

Afred Muchara for trying hard.

Alister Hanyire and McAlister Hanyire for improved reading.

Bo Butcher and Naya Ogbechi for very good art work.

Grade 2T

Liam Rauch, Ashton Stanley and Bazibi Lukuta for their science experiments.

Grade 2W

Amari Chada for his lovely cheerful attitude.

Tinashe Gotosa for amazing general knowledge.

Laken Hodgson for being so helpful.

Zara Lalla for trying so hard this week.

Grade 3K

Ruvarashe Dzumbunu for very neat and careful work.

Ngwazikazi Ngwenya for a lovely poem about a paper aeroplane.

Grade 4G

Rachel Hlabangana and Lauren Smith for good English test results.

Huzaifa Karbanee for good mathematics test results.

Praise Nhliziyo for good English test results.

Rachel Hlabangana for good science test results.

Grade 4F

Bahle Nyathi for improved work.

Miguel Murove for showing a keen interest in all areas of his work.

Simphiwe Dube for making an extra effort with his and care.

Grade 5dB

The whole class for providing a fun an educational morning for the Infants on Fairy Tale Day.

Grade 5M

Damien Style for moving from Card D to Card C in 3 Minute Maths.

Luke Coventry for an excellent Fairy Tale.

Grade 6N

Eleni Roukounis for making remarkable progress in written expression.

Aaminah Gaibi for application and effort in English.

Grade 6dC

Mbalenhle Ndlovu, Blaise Scheepers and Jayden Staal for pleasing test results.

Grade 7T

Vanessa Vuma for a huge improvement in test results.

Grade 7Ro

Obert Chinhamo for very neat work this week.

Mbongeni Dube for good effort in mathematics this week.

Dylan Burton for good science test results.


Courtney Scott for working hard to improve her computer skills.

Jayden Siziba for working hard during the Microsoft Word lesson.


Angela Brown, James Thompson, Jonothan Stephens and Stephanie Rundle for attaining excellent test results.

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