Member for Paterson presents Positive Behaviour for Learning award winners

This week’s winners were presented with their awards by Meryl Swanson, Federal Member for Paterson.
This week’s winners were presented with their awards by Meryl Swanson, Federal Member for Paterson.


MERYL Swanson, Federal member for Paterson, gave her time this week to present the awards to this week’s Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) winners, the final awardees for term two.

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Our local schools have chosen the following students as their PBL students;

Indigo Roberts from Seaham Public School, for being a very caring student during the winter swimming lessons at Balance Mayfield.

Indigo dressed herself quickly so she could help a friend in need.

Eliza Weston from Raymond Terrace Public School, for being extremely respectful whilst attending an excursion to Murrook Cultural Centre.

Eliza made every effort to take in the learning and communicated her empathy with Murrook’s instructors.

Declan Lowndes from Karuah Public School, for being extremely polite and always helping out others.

Holly Kennedy from Irrawang High School, for volunteering at the school breakfast club on a regular basis.

Brooke Coggan from Hunter River High School, for demonstrating socially; compassion, sensitivity and support to fellow students.

Chloe Bowden from Salt Ash Public School, for her organisation skills at Raymond Terrace Bowling Club.

After her team finished playing, she packed away all their equipment.

Rose from Grahamstown Public School, for generosity by performing a random act of kindness for younger students.

Daniel Muldoon from Medowie Public School, for having beautiful manners at the uniform shop,

Logan Short from Irrawang Public School for being a role model to his peers, and always showing remarkable values at school, excursions and in the community.


By Rachael VAUGHAN

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