13 November 2017

Excellence Awards

8.5A

Damian Haynes

For being a courteous and caring young man.

8.5A

Binqiao Ren

For bringing a great sense of humour into the classroom.

8.5A

Jasper Japp

For trying hard to be focused during class.

8.5A

William Graham

For being a courteous member of our homeroom.

8.5A

Campbell More

For contributing to class discussions.

8.5A

Riley Flecker

For trying hard to improve in English.

8.5A

William Lewis

For his diligent work ethic in Humanities.

8.5A

Taj Piwowarski

For trying hard in Humanities.

8.6F

Matthew Steinepreis

For excellence in French - top student!

8.7B

Ashley Edgar

For consistently being outstanding in enthusiasm for French.

8.7B

Nicolas Monger Molowny

For volunteering on extremely short notice to read at Chapel on Monday.

8.7B

Benjamin Cooper

For volunteering on very short notice to read at Chapel on Monday morning.

8.7B

Lachlan Norcott

For Academic excellence in English.

8.8M

Ned Cusack

For excellent results in a recent Humanities assessment.

7.1K

Jacob Bennett

For showing application and persistence with his work. Applying his personal best.

7.1K

Tom Lynch

For applying his personal best in assessments and class work.

7.2M

Will Hawkins

For showing some great critical thinking skills in his Groundwater essay.

7.2M

Ryan McConkey

For his improved effort and application in Mathematics and English. Well done!

7.3B

Edward Allan

For his ongoing commitment to his own learning in English and iLearn and using advice wisely to make improvements. His dedication is a pleasure to see.

7.3B

Rex French

For his inquiring mind and love of learning. This shines through in all learning areas and serves as a role model to his peers. Truly a pleasure to teach.

7.3B

Jack Hendricks

For taking greater risks in English and iLearn when exploring and thinking through ideas. He is producing work of much higher standard as a result and can be proud of his efforts.

7.4A

Nathan Flynn

For consistently trying his personal best in Mathematics.

7.4A

James Deykin

For demonstrating great independence and responsibility by following up on tasks he missed when absent.

7.4A

Lewis Castleden

For demonstrating focus and organisation as he worked on his iLearn inquiry task on the global water crisis.

7.5W

Daniel Hay

For your improved focus and effort.

7.5W

George Johnston

For improved focus and concentration.

7.5W

Harrison Parish

For seeking help when he was uncertain.

7.5W

Mack Knuckey

For his caring approach to others.

7.5W

Ethan Frankle

For a more diligent approach to work in class.

7.5W

Callum Ryan

For his focus on producing a good English task.

7.5W

Harry Williams

For always doing his personal best.

7.6T

William Hawkins

For applying feedback from previous work to produce an excellent science report.

7.6T

Hugh Mitchell

For consistently producing his personal best in all classwork.

7.7G

Charlie Ellis

For seeking teacher assistance to improve his work.

7.7G

Lewis Saunders

For acting on teacher feedback to improve his work.

7.7G

Kieran Doyle

For his improved participation in class activities.

7.7G

Mederic Gide

For being knowledgeable and always ready to help others in French.

7.8H

Hudson Wheeler

For being a thinker and a reflective learner.

7.8H

Nicolas Le Page

For being a principled and caring member of 7H.

7.8H

Taye Barlow

For being a critical thinker and striving for personal best in iLearn.

6.1S

Emanuel Radici

For demonstrating outstanding communication skills in French.

6.1S

Aidan Flaherty

For his well-organised and balanced approach to his studies.

6.1S

Toby Webster

For his mature and focused approach to his studies.

6.1S

Hugh Fellows-Smith

For communicating effectively and appropriately in French.

6.1S

Ethan Parkin

For communicating effectively and appropriately in French.

6.2C

Arthur Bannister

For tackling classroom assignments, tasks and group work in an organised manner.

6.2C

Jacques Baum

For being a conscientious and hardworking student in Mathematics.

6.2C

Ethan Branchi

For regularly volunteering to assist in classroom activities.

6.2C

Harry Clark

For always listening attentively to the responses of others.

6.2C

Matthew Coutts

For asking for clarification when needed and remaining an active learner throughout the school day.

6.3T

Mitchell Hyde

For communicating effectively and appropriately in French.

6.4B

Julius Kain

For being a knowledgeable learner who engages fully with the issues surrounding our immigration unit.

6.4B

Julius Kain

For communicating effectively and appropriately in French.

6.4B

Sebastian Salt

For being a principled learner. His strong sense of fairness and justice has been evident in our discussions of immigration.

6.4B

Rory King

For demonstrating a balanced approach to his learning and striving for his personal best across a variety of curriculum areas.