Marketplace Raymond Terrace and the Community Come Together For PBL Awards

This weeks PBL award winners with school staff and the team from Marketplace Raymond Terrace.
This weeks PBL award winners with school staff and the team from Marketplace Raymond Terrace.


THE Positive Behaviour and Learning (PBL) recognition program is back at MarketPlace Raymond Terrace.

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This week awards were made to students from nine local schools for a range of achievements.

PBL is based on a common set of values that are determined by the community.

Possibly the most notable award this week goes to Braxton Keen whose fast actions stopped two young twins who were trying to run away from their mother, from being run over in a carpark.

The NOTA sends a very well done to Braxton!

Irrawang High Schools Maddison Woodcock was nominated to receive an award for her participation in Port Stephens Council Youth Advisory Panel (YAP) which consults with council on matters that impact local youth.

Phoebe Low was nominated for her reading of a poem at the Raymond Terrace ANZAC Day Service.

The award for Karuah Public School went to Bella Dickson who was recognised for her participation in Walk To School Safely Day, Bella exhibited excellent road safety skills and is also a great role model at the school.

Lachlan Vaughan was nominated for his sportsmanship, manners and helpful nature.

Bailey Hepplewhite of Hunter River High was nominated for his consideration of others after he assisted an elderly couple.

Logan Owens from Grahamstown Public School was nominated for his excellent sportsmanship.

Angus Fellows was nominated for his contribution to ANZAC Day Services where he presented the Prayer for Service Men and Service Women and for his efforts to be helpful at Raymond Terrace Bowling Club.

Seaham Public School’s Sophie Letham was nominated for her neighbourly help in finding a lost horse.

Colleen Mulhollans-Ruiz, Centre Manager at MarketPlace Raymond Terrace told News Of The Area, “MarketPlace Raymond Terrace is very proud to be a part of the PBL program.

“PBL has made a very positive difference to the students who have received awards and has brought many proud family members out to see their children and grandchildren be recognised for their positive contribution to our community,” she said.



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