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Primary School News - 30 July 2021

This week in the Primary School newsletter, we celebrate student growth and our students' hope and grit while learning remotely.

‘Hope is the only thing stronger than fear.’

                                                                                                                                                Jhanvi Shah (Year 5)

Last week after online Chapel I asked the girls to write messages of hope for a brighter future, in the form of a poem, a picture or words of wisdom. In eight words, Jhani Shah from Year 5 conveyed her message with simplicity and power.

Celebration of Student Growth

Every fortnight at our Primary School Assembly, girls are recognised and celebrated for their growth in the areas of Approach to Learning, Displaying a Growth Mindset, and House Spirit. We have been so impressed by how the girls have taken to remote learning, we have decided to add an award for ‘being a digital warrior.’ Congratulations to the following girls:

5B:

  • Alyson Boon for being a Digital Warrior
  • Ilariya Lawandi for her Approach to Learning
  • Chiara Michael for having a Growth Mindset
  • Olivia Seale for her Approach to Learning
  • Annabel Taylor for being a Digital Warrior

5A:

  • Lucy Saad for her Approach to Learning
  • Isabella Cao for being a Digital Warrior
  • Amelia Bosotti for her Approach to Learning
  • Genevieve Rizk for being a Digital Warrior
  • Amy Bohlsen for her Approach to Learning

6B:

  • Grace Delaney for being a Digital Warrior
  • Josephine Harman for displaying the Growth Mindset
  • Aisling Conroy for her Approach to Learning
  • Kate Fox-Smith for being a Digital Warrior
  • Grace West for her Approach to Learning

6S:

  • Arabella Lagudi for her Approach to Learning
  • Daisy Manassen for her Approach to Learning
  • Porsha Gill for being a Digital Warrior
  • Trinity Hanna for being a Digital Warrior
  • Piper O’Connor for displaying a Growth Mindset

Loreto Normanhurst Community Olympics

Olympic fever has certainly taken hold in the Primary School! With one week to go until the closing ceremony the girls have been working hard to win points for their House.

The current point scores are:

  • Benedicta - 500 points
  • Clare - 470 points
  • Dorothea - 660 points

Congratulations Dorothea, you are currently in first place!

Happy Birthday

Hip, hip, hooray and happy birthday to the following girls. We hope you had a wonderful day! 

Sylivia, India, Ella, Grace, Gabi, Abigail, Ilariya, Alyssa, Lola

 

Mrs Maryanne Dwyer

Head of Primary

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