Recognising Student Achievement

Our school’s merit levels promote and recognise student achievement and success in a broad range of experiences. We recognise the importance of rewarding students who actively participate in all aspect of school, who try their best and value learning. These values demonstrate student commitment to SAFE, RESPECTFUL and SUCCESSFUL LEARNING and strengthen our school culture of belonging and success.

Honour Award

Students can only qualify for an honour award if they have been awarded a Certificate of Excellence.

Up to ten honour awards from each year group may be nominated by the Year Adviser and Deputy Principal.

Honour Awards are presented to students at our Annual Presentation Day (Years 7-11) or the Graduation Assembly (Year 12).

Certificate of Excellence

Students qualify for a Certificate of Excellence when they receive three Principal’s Awards in one school year.

Certificates of Excellence are presented to students at our Annual Presentation Day(Years 7-11) or Graduation Assembly (Year 12). 

Principal’s Award

 

Students qualify for a Principal’s Award when they receive two Year Adviser’s Awards.

Principal’s Awards are presented to students during our Formal Assemblies. 

Year Adviser Award

 

Students qualify for a Year Adviser Award when they receive the equivalent of five successful learner merit certifictates (5 points).

These awards are presented to students by their Year Adviser. Students are responsible for handing in Safe, Respectful and Successful Learner Merit Certificates to their Year Adviser. 

Merit Certificates

 

Students receive Safe, Respectful and Successful Learner Merit Certificates from their teachers.  Safe and Respectful Certificates are worth 0.5 points. Successful Learner Certifiactes are worth 1 point.

Students are responsible for handing in their Merit Certificates to their Year Adviser to achieve the next level of merit awards.



 

 

 

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  • P&C Meeting P&C
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  • Community and Family Studies :IRP - Part B 11
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  • Celebration Assemblies Yrs 7-11
  • Mathematics Extension 2 Task 1:HSC Class Test Year 11
  • Biology Task 1:Biology Depth Study 12
  • English Extension 1 Task 1:HSC Task 1: Imaginative Response and Reflection 12
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