Positive Behaviour for Learning nominees

This week’s PBL nominees at the award presentation at MarketPlace Raymond Terrace.

THE Positive Behaviour for Learning Program is a stalwart in the Port Stephens educational community; recognising students for their citizenship, ethics, attitudes and demonstrations of caring.

Sarah Donn, PBL coordinator at Hunter River High School (HRHS) told News Of The Area, “Hunter River High School is a proud member of the Raymond Terrace Community PBL Program.

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“It is an incredible opportunity each week for HRHS to celebrate our students who continue to embody our core values of ‘Harmony, Respect, Honesty and Success’.

“These values allow our students to learn and grow in a positive and safe learning environment,” she said.

This week’s nominees are well deserving of recognition.

Nicholas Swanbrough of Irrawang Public School was nominated for demonstrating great sportsmanship at Zone Cross Country and at Saturday soccer where he was recognised by coaches and opposing teams for sportsmanship.

Raymond Terrace Public School’s Tiana Sheden was nominated for displaying respect for fellow racers and staff at Zone Cross Country.

Medowie Public School student Owen Kempf was also recognised for his contribution and sportsmanship at the Zone Cross Country.

Grahamstown Public School (GPS) student Max Bartush was nominated for being a valuable member of the GPS Garden Crew.

Max is always helpful in the school garden and keenly keeps his school environment looking great.

Talliera Swain of Irrawang High School was nominated for her participation at the recent Indigenous Youth Summit representing the Newcastle Knights, and for being selected as one of two Youth Summit Ambassadors for the next twelve months.

Hunter River High School student Maddison Mitchell was nominated for volunteering to assist a local public school with their netball day.

Halle Reynolds of Salt Ash Public School was nominated for taking care of younger students at the Star Struck rehearsal when she recognised some students that needed support being in an unfamiliar environment.

Seaham Public School student Tarniah Butler was recognised for being a wonderful school citizen.

She recently supported kindergarten students by using her technology skills during their literacy lesson; resulting in happy students and a wonderful published work.

Karuah Public School student Leiana Manton was nominated for showing pride in her community by helping to clean the local netball courts, making it safe for others to use.

The NOTA congratulates all of this week’s PBL nominees.


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