Friday 27 February 2015

Learning Power Awards:

These are the key skills that our children will need to learn effectively in class and be successful later in life. Caitlin Parmenter, Deborah Oluokun & Ketty Omwanghe have demonstrated effective reciprocity this week – able to listen carefully, work collaboratively and take turns.

Mason Lepley, Aiden Paterson, Emily Morton, Charlie Quilligan & Alin Botonog have shown that they can manage distractions and notice patterns in their work- they collect a Resilience certificate.

Adam Trower has planned carefully, revised his ideas and can talk about his learning which is why he received a Reflectiveness award. Finley Redmond and Teddy Pilcher have been curious about their learning, reasoned methodically and capitalized on the resources available – great Resourcefulness!

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