Celebrating this week’s Positive Behaviour for Learning nominees

This week’s PBL nominees received their awards at MarketPlace Raymond Terrace.

ONCE again, News Of The Area is sharing the nominees of Raymond Terrace Community Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) program awards with the wider community.

For nominated students, receiving a PBL award is a significant achievement, with school leaders and local businesses supporting the program.

Port Stephens WindscreensAdvertise with News of The Area today.
It’s worth it for your business.
Message us.
Phone us – (02) 4981 8882.
Email us – media@newsofthearea.com.au

Mr Justin Tonks, the school PBL co-ordinator at Irrawang High School told News Of The Area, “Irrawang High School is proud to be a Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) school, and a partner in the Raymond Terrace Community PBL program.

“At school, students are rewarded each week for demonstrating our school values of ‘respect, responsibility and personal best’.

“For many years we have seen the benefits and positive changes with the way our students represent our school, and engage with the wider Port Stephens community,” he said.

This week’s nominees!

– Irrawang Public School student Chase Bowden-Willis was nominated for his outstanding sportsmanship, respect and for assisting students with diverse abilities at a recent Boccia tournament.

– Alba-Rose Massey of Raymond Terrace Public School was nominated for showing respect and success.

During StarStruck Dance, Alba-Rose overcame her nerves about performing in front of an audience.

With encouragement she participated in all aspects.

Throughout the day, Alba-Rose watched the other schools perform, applauding every member and continuously praised hundreds of other students involved.

– Grahamstown Public School student Judah McMillan was nominated for his commitment to service in the school library.

Judah is always helpful and kind in his interactions with his peers.

– Irrawang High School student Jack Gauci was nominated for his commitment to his transition from school to work program at Bunnings Heatherbrae.

– Brianna Slater of Hunter River High School was nominated for her committed effort to the school’s Student Representative Council.

The leadership skills which Brianna is learning will stand her in good stead throughout her life.

– Salt Ash Public School’s Jazmyn Moran was nominated for showing honesty, respect and having a positive attitude when representing her school at a ‘Biggest Morning Tea’ fundraiser and at a GRIP leadership day.

– Medowie Public School’s Ellison Christie was nominated for showing great care and consideration of his fellow classmates.

– Asce Baglin of Salt Ash Public School has been recognised for his citizenship.

Asce spends his time at breaks supporting other students by retrieving handballs as they roll away from games.

He also collects sticks in the playground to ensure it is safe for all to play.

– Milly-Lee Sasse of Karuah Public School was nominated for assisting a younger student who was riding his bike home by himself when his bike wheel malfunctioned and wouldn’t spin.

Milly helped the student carry the bike home.

The team at the NOTA congratulates all the PBL award nominees.


Leave a Reply