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Celebration Assembly Awards

Sue Beattie —

Congratulations to the following students who received certificates in our last Celebration Assembly. Ka Pai!


Lucas Pereira Andre


Lucas you are working hard to make connections in your learning and with your peers. You always try your best and you are keen to share and celebrate your learning successes with others. Keep up the great work.

Reyansh Srivastava


Reyu, you have been making connections in your literacy learning especially within reading, where you are noticing high frequency words within the text and making links with your knowledge of phonics. It is great to see your confidence growing each day. Ka pai e hoa!


Kingsley Luo


Kingsley it is great to see you making connections with your learning. You are using your letter sounds to write unknown words independently. Ka pai!

Mason Rainey


It has been great seeing Mason striving for his best and starting term 4 wonderfully! You have been making a huge effort to be the best member of Raupō and it hasn’t gone unnoticed. You are connecting with all your peers so well as well as the teachers in Raupo. Well done Mason!

Milla Fountain


Milla, I have been impressed with the way you have been stepping outside of your comfort zone at school. You have been showing courage when settling in to class in the morning and when joining in with new groups and activities. Keep up the great work!


Oli Negus


For connecting so well in your writing, creating engaging hooks that draw your in your reader. Ka pai tō mahi, Oli!

Josiah Weston


Josiah, it has been fantastic to see your courageous attitude emerge. You are beginning to ask for help when you need it, make new connections in the playground and persevere to achieve challenges. Me he tē!


Madeline Stieller


Madeline, we love your courageous attitude in maths. You are always willing to share your thinking and explain your strategies. Awesome participation! Keep it up!

Hasan Mahjor


Hasan you showed caring by helping a classmate read a book in a supportive and calm way. You are always engaged with your learning, and assist others’ with their learning whenever and wherever possible. Ka pai tō mahi.

Te Tupu Harakeke

Asia Tamarua-Fili


Asia your courage and confidence is growing at school.