Well Done to This Fantastic Bunch of Learners

Sharan Primary 1aSharan works very hard and goes out of his way to help his friends and teachers in the classroom and playground. Well done Sharan!
Harris  Primary 1bHarris has shown kindness to all from his very first day in P1.  His love for learning shines through everything he does and it’s been a pleasure to see him grow in confidence since August.  Thank you Harris for being such a positive and caring member of our class. We wish you the best of luck in your new school! 
Gloria Primary 2aShe has been working very hard on her numeracy and literacy skills. She has also been really supportive with other students. Her behaviour has been excellent, as always, and she needs to be rewarded for this! Congratulations 🙂
StruanPrimary 3bStruan has worked very hard with his reading and writing this week. He wrote a super story about a bear and has tried really hard with his reading book questions. Well done Struan! 
AlexanderPrimary 4aAlexander actively participates in all our live sessions. He has shared his work with others during calls and developed lots of new ICT skills. Great work Alexander! 
Erin Primary 4bErin created a super model of her favourite book character – Isadora Moon – from a toilet roll tube! We have also enjoyed seeing and hearing about the activities and crafts she has completed at home. Well done Erin!
Holly Primary 7aHolly is in the Recognition book for her reading task on the Nowhere Emporium. She made sure she answered in sentences and put in a lot of work to ensure she had all the relevant details in her answers. Well done!
WilliamPrimary 7bWilliam always participates with enthusiasm and contributes well to our Teams chats!
FaithSchool Hub BubbleFaith has shown a great attitude, commitment and responsibility towards her learning this week, trying really hard on her Maths and the Power Point of the United States. Well done!! 
Judy Support for LearningJudy has consistently attended live lessons and has completed all of her tasks. She has worked very hard while learning at home. Well done, Judy!