Wall of Pride

We continue with the Wall of Pride in 2015. And the first child to get their photo taken for the Wall of Pride in 2015 is Ruby from Room 6. This is very impressive as Ruby is new to our school, but clearly she exercises the PRIDE Values of Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Diligence and Excellence. Second to achieve the Wall of Pride is Meagan Binnie and third Liyana Rodriguez.

This year we also promised a special prize for children who managed to get on the Wall of Pride first in their class. At the moment the special prize is still available for Room 2, Room 5 and Room 4.
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Tip For Parents

Give your child every opportunity to read to you daily. Ten minutes of reading five times a week = 50 minutes of reading time a week.

If you did this for a minimum of 35 weeks a year we have your child engaging in text for 29 hours extra every year! That 29 hours helps your child read better because they do more miles, are exposed to many words, and importantly are exposed to many ideas through the text.

It is a win - win for all concerned!

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