Port Stephens PBL winners from local schools

This week’s Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) winners.
This week’s Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) winners.


THIS week’s Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) awards were presented by Hunter River High School’s well known and respected Principal, Deb Dibley.

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This week’s winners were; Felicity Waterman from Grahamstown Public School, for always being a kind and caring community member, offering to help out whenever she can.

Tasmyn Fellows from Irrawang High School, nominated by a member of the local ladies League team, The Ravens, for being a model representative of the team.

Congratulations Tasmyn for consistently displaying our school PBL values of respect, responsibility and personal best out in the community.

Brody Levy from Medowie Public School, for asking the canteen volunteers for a jug of water to clean up a spilled slushie in the playground during lunch.

Jorja Lamb from Karuah Public School, for giving up her time during the Karuah Oyster and Timber Festival.

Jorja was happy to assist the parens with their stall for Karuah Public School at the festival.

Many community members commented on what a great assistant Jorja was.

Kate Slade from Salt Ash Public School, for always being helpful and kind to younger students and staff members.

Kate is a positive, respectful and safe learner at school and at community events.

Kaiden Aroney from Hunter River High School, nominated for his efforts in his VET subjects, and the positive attitude demonstrated whilst on work placement.

Kaiden is to be congratulated on his commitment and demonstration of PBL values during this time.

Olivia Farina from Irrawang Public School, for the respect that she demonstrated for the local environment.

Olivia used her own initiative and collected rubbish around the local area and disposed of it properly on her way home from school.

Ally Grierson from Seaham Public School, for being a caring and courteous member of the Seaham school community.

Akky is honest and treats all staff and students with respect.

She hands in lost items and looks after the younger students.

Amelia Briggs from Raymond Terrace Public School, for demonstrating the PBL community values of acting responsibly and showing respect when performing at the Hunter River Showcase.


By Rachael VAUGHAN

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