Positive Behaviour for Learning for Port Stephens

This week’s award winners, with their school representatives at the ceremony.
This week’s award winners, with their school representatives at the ceremony.


THIS week’s Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) awards were presented by Steve from Michel’s Patisserie at MarketPlace Raymond Terrace.

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The winners for this week were;

Lily Kennedy from Karuah Public School, for her outstanding behaviour every day, and everywhere, particularly on the bus.

Lily was personally chosen by the bus company to become a bus monitor because of how she conducts herself whilst travelling on the bus.

Jhaquai Boney from Irrawang Public School, for returning a mobile phone that he found to the rightful owner, and also for caring for a lost child at MarketPlace until their found their parent.

Cody Heard from Seaham Public School, for his care of the Seaham School environment.

Cody used his own play time to pick up rubbish near his classroom without being asked to.

Hannah Williams from Irrawang High School, for assisting an eight year old student from Irrawang Public School back to the high school sick bay after he cut his head following a fall at the bus stop.

Jack Moyle from Salt Ash Public School, for outstanding consideration of others in all setting, including at school, on excursions and in the community.

He always displays positive values everywhere he goes.

Brandon Sinclair from Hunter River High School, for showing respect and acting responsibly on an excursion when a fellow student endured a medical incident.

Brandon assisted in taking care of the student and ensured they remained calm.

Mikayla Avery from Raymond Terrace Public School for demonstrating outstanding community service by supporting younger students through the school leadership program and maintaining the appropriate flying of flags for the community to see.

Harry Teat from Medowie Public School, for giving up his seat on the school bus to a student who was travelling by bus for the first time because the bus was full.

Kayla Gorman-Ansell from Grahamstown Public School, who is to be commended for her actions.

She walked past the preschool just after children had thrown over some toys, and she instantly put them back over the fence for the children.

Well done students for displaying these positive behaviours for your fellow students and community members.


By Rachael VAUGHAN

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