Positive Behaviour for Learning winners awarded by Tara Ball

This week’s winners, awarded by Tara Ball from Raymond Terrace Bowling Club.
This week’s winners, awarded by Tara Ball from Raymond Terrace Bowling Club.


TARA Ball from Raymond Terrace Bowling Club presented this week’s winners for the Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) awards.

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The award winners for their respective schools this week were;

Jahli Magick from Hunter River High School, nominated for her outstanding efforts in coordinating and supporting Hunter River High School’s efforts to rebuild a community in Tonga, which was devastated by a cyclone.

Emily Whiddon from Irrawang Public School, for her awareness of the effects of the drought on the farmers, by promoting a fundraiser at school.

Nate Blundell from Medowie Public School, for finding a wallet with a large amount of money in it, and then returning it to the rightful owner.

Annabella Barton from Salt Ash Public School, for always displaying outstanding behaviour.

She is a role model for all students at Salt Ash Public School, consistently being a positive, respectful and safe learner.

Michiko Versluis from Grahamstown Public School, for assisting all day at the Port Stephens PSSA Zone Field Athletics Carnival.

Riley Neil from Irrawang High School, for being an outstanding all round student, for his leadership qualities and involvement of all things at school, including the SRC and a Showcase Ambassador.

Rachel Lilley from Karuah Public School, for representing her school at the Zone Athletics.

Rachel stepped up to participate in a relay race when the team was short.

She always follows the school values of respect, responsibility and pride at school, and in the community.

Brock Bailey from Raymond Terrace Public School, for displaying sportsmanship at the recent touch football gala day, and showing respect in the community to referees and opposing team members.

Lunetta Cutajar from Seaham Public School, awarded for returning a jumper she found to a teacher, who was able to ensure it was returned to its owner.


By Rachael VAUGHAN

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