Deserving students claim Positive Behaviour for Learning Awards

Last week’s PBL award nominees accepting their awards at MarketPlace Raymond Terrace.

THE value of the Positive Behaviour for Learning Program (PBL) is well recognised within the Port Stephens school community.

Last week’s nominees were recognised for a range of actions which exemplified PBL values.

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Amarlii from Irrawang Public School was nominated for taking on the responsibility of assisting younger students.

Sophie from Raymond Terrace Public School was nominated for assisting a younger student that had had an accident and seeking help for her.

Mia from Grahamstown Public School was nominated for constantly leading by example and displaying the PBL values.

Irrawang High School’s Charlotte was nominated for being accepted on a full boarding scholarship into the National Art School’s Intensive Studio Practice.

Maalaa of Hunter River High was nominated for her excellence in playing netball.

She has been selected to play in the under 13’s Indigenous team which will see her travelling to New Zealand and Melbourne.

Maalaa always demonstrates excellent sportsmanship.

Hendrix from Salt Ash Public School was also nominated for his sportsmanship; during a race he stopped and assisted another student that had had a fall.

Nash from Medowie Public School was nominated for demonstrating the school’s PBL expectations by providing outstanding assistance to staff at the school athletic carnival.

Meila from Seaham Public School was nominated for being a caring school citizen who is always looking out for others.

Zahlee of Karuah Public School was nominated for always being kind and friendly with her peers.

She is always ready to assist others.

The NOTA congratulates all of this week’s PBL award nominees.

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