Merit Certificates – Congratulations!

CONGRATULATIONS 

to all our Merit Certificate recipients:

Trinity, Kye L, Nico, Ivy, Tilly, Heidi,

Nicholas and Sid!!

You earned your Merit Certificates for:

Trinity for making a much bigger effort with your schoolwork.  Keep reading regularly at home and your latest piece of writing was a big improvement in using sentences.  Keep it up?

Kye for being a quietly independent worker.  You always listen carefully to instructions, then work steadily to complete tasks.  Way to go!

Nico for your improved focus and effort when working independently and for your logical Mathematical thinking skills.  Way to go!

Tilly for brightening up our room with your gorgeous smile every day and for your calm and focused approach to all tasks.  Great work, Tilly!

Heidi for being such a reliable and responsible student – always willing to work hard at tasks, tackle new challenges and always trying your best.  You are a true gem!

Nicholas for maintaining a high standard of work this term and for the extra detail you put into presentation of your work.  Way to go, Nicholas!

Sid for your enthusiastic and industrious approach to all tasks.  You tackle them head on and you are always willing to take on a new challenge.  You have a strong work ethic and you power your way through jobs, working quickly and methodically, especially in Maths.   Way to go, Sid!

Great job, everybody.  🙂

 

 

MERIT CERTIFICATES! CONGRATULATIONS!

CONGRATULATIONS!

CONGRATULATIONS to Henry for:

your enthusiasm and willingness to give everything a go, giving your best effort in class and on the sports field.  Way to go, Henry!  🙂

CONGRATULATIONS to Luca for:

your responsible attitude and being an attentive and reliable class member.  We love your friendly nature and the way you always help your peers!  🙂

 

Congratulations!

CONGRATULATIONS!

Congratulations to our merit certificate recipient, Natalia

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and to Rowley and Oliver for being the highest fundraisers in Room 6 and in Year 3 for the Fun Run.

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You ALL did a great job raising so much money for our school to be able to provide high tech computer and digital equipment in our classrooms.  WELL DONE, ROOM 6!

😎 Mrs Veary

Merit Certificates

IMG_6532 (Small)Congratulations to Oliver!  He received a merit certificate this week for:

improving your IT skills and being a very responsible Smartboard monitor in our classroom.  Keep up the ‘technology’ learning, Oliver!

 

I ‘m really looking forward to seeing the castles you construct tomorrow!

Mrs Veary 🙂

Celebrating – Merit Certificates

These students earned merit certificates at the past two assemblies!  Congratulations to Gigi, Ruby and Kai!  🙂

IMG_6431 (Small)Merit Certificate awarded to Gigi for

writing a very exciting “Lost” story, then publishing it as a digital storybook.  You have been a very helpful computer experts Gigi, and I look forward to reading more of your stories.  Great job!

IMG_6466 (Small)Merit Certificates to Ruby and Kai for:

Ruby for writing then sharing your story about “your Lost Dog”.  You read with great expression and you have produced a terrific digital storybook.  Well done!

Kai for your focus and persistence when working with numbers.  Ten thousand was a worthy target and I love the way you set challenges for yourself, then work determinedly to meet them.  Way to go!

Well done to all of you and I will be looking out to celebrate someone else’s hard work at our next assembly!  🙂

Mrs Veary

Merit Certificates – Congratulations!

IMG_6055 (Small)CONGRATULATIONS to:

Ebony for upholding the values of our school and being prepared to stand up for someone who needed your support in the playground.  Way to go, Ebony!

Sajer for your excellent work ethic!  You wrote and illustrated your Margaret River postcard with care and effort and you showed good thinking skills in your Venn Diagram comparing School Life Past and Present.  What a legend!

Kyron for improved focus during our excursion to the Old Settlement where you stood up in front of the group to explain how Margaret River was first settled.  Well done, Kyron!

Great job, guys!   🙂  Mrs Veary