The Primary Campus have spent the last two Friday mornings celebrating the achievements of students during Semester 2 of 2020. We welcomed our new students to the community and were able to do so in the presence of their parents as the award ceremony was conducted over two sessions.
The awards are categorised as follows:
Awarded to students for outstanding achievement receiving six or more A’s in their semester report.
Awarded to students for excellent effort in most subjects in their semester report.
Awarded to students for excellent effort in most areas listed in ‘Learning and Wellbeing’ on the back page of their semester report.
Awarded to students for outstanding achievement:
- Receiving six or more A’s in their semester report.
- Excellent effort in most subjects in their semester report.
- Excellent effort in most areas listed in ‘Learning and Wellbeing’ on the back page of their semester report.
On Friday 2 February and Friday 12 February, the following students received recognition for their work ethic, resilience and achievements in 2020.
Please click the link below to view their results:primary awards
Congratulations to all award winners and the teachers that worked with our students to assist them in their growth and progress. Remember that a growth mindset isn’t just a positive attitude.
“Individuals who believe their talents can be developed (through hard work, good strategies, and input from others) have a growth mindset. They tend to achieve more than those with a more fixed mindset (those who believe their talents are innate gifts)”. – Carol Dweck
If you want to achieve your potential, a growth mindset is a necessity.
Ms Joanne Gilmore, Director of Teaching and Learning – Primary
EXTEND – BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL CARE
Extend now offers a before school care program at the Primary Campus. For more information please click the link below.Extend before & after school care