Port Stephens kids honoured through Positive Behaviour and Learning Program

All the PBL Nominees.


STUDENTS around Port Stephens continue to have their efforts rewarded through the Positive Behaviour and Learning Program.

The program highlights rewarding safety, trust and honesty, acting responsibly and respect for success and involves nine local schools.

The breakfast club at Irrawang High School provides essential meals for students that would otherwise miss out.
Hot toast and Milo, juice, and a chance to eat with others is provided at the school for every student that may not get a meal at home.

Liam Bennett has been nominated for PBL for his efforts in helping to make the breakfast club available.

He volunteers from 7am every Tuesday to help his fellow students.

Logan Ackling of Salt Ash Public School was nominated because has given up his weekend to sell raffle tickets to raise money to help the motor neuron disease charity Fight MND.

Meanwhile, being helpful and compassionate to other students saw Tia Richens of Seaham Public School, Astra Barrett of Raymond Terrace Public School, Miriah-Rose Saunders of Karuah Public School, Angus Vaughan of Medowie Public School, Edith Thornton of Grahamstown Public School and Xanthiah Roach of Hunter River High School nominated.

Aneika Trappel of Irrawang Public School was nominated for her honesty in handing in a valuable piece of jewellery.

All of these students should be applauded for their values.



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