Abbey awarded with North School’s Dux
Abbey Lawson was named Dux of Deniliquin North Primary School at its 2018 presentation day.
Held at the Deniliquin RSL Club, special awards were also given to some of the school’s best thinkers and sporting achievers.
Two groups of recipients and four individuals received the P&C Hall of Fame Award for 2018.
This included the Science Technology Tournament of the Minds team and the debating team.
The individuals who received a Hall of Fame Awards were Riverina Primary Schools State Debating Championships rep Abbey Lawson, as well as Riverina representative athletes Matthew Pitt (cross country and athletics) and Charlie Paton and Harley Hicks (athletics).
Other awards presented on the day were as follows: Academic Awards: Junior Primary Improvement Awards - Bella Gordon and Jack Duffy. Junior Quiet Achiever - Henry Knox. Junior Primary Excellence - Emma Campton.
Creative and Practical Arts Award for a Junior Student - Eliza Johnstone.
Junior Primary Creative Arts - Tyeesha Hicks.
Junior Encouragement Award - Ava Taylor.
Junior Creative Writing Award - Samara Watson.
Infants Creative Writing Award - Amy Doherty. Junior Citizenship Award - Lara Strong. Creative and Practical Arts Award for a Senior Student - Kylah Learmonth.
Senior Primary Creative Arts Award - Kahlia Small.
Mathematics Achievement Award - Luke Moodie.
Student Representative Award - Tahlia Johnstone.
Indigenous Encouragement Award Shaniah Smith.
Diligence in All Areas - Allie Duffy. -
Best Effort in Senior Primary Learmonth.
Science and Technology Award - Jack Gavel.
Academic Improvement in Senior Years - Hayley Walton.
Senior Creative Writing Award - Scout McKenzie.
Senior Primary Citizenship Clancy.
Outstanding Endeavour Award - Lucy Pitt.
A Good Role Model for all students in all areas - Mollie Maher.
Senior Primary Excellence - Scout McKenzie. Quiet Achiever - Jessica Hillier. Brian Hopper Award - Abbey Lawson. Sports Awards: Edward River Council Conargo Shire) Trophy Sportsperson - Charlie Paton.
Jennings Family Trophy for Senior Sporting Endeavour - William Willis.
Whelan Family Trophy for Senior Sportsmanship: - Stella La Porta.
Premiers Sporting Challenge Medallion - Dustin Lawson.
Wade Family Trophy Sportsperson - Matthew Pitt.
Allitt Family Trophy for Junior Sporting Endeavour - Charlie Bull.
The Metcalfe Trophy for the Winning House - Tyson. Class Awards: KHB - Emma Paton for outstanding achievement in literacy; Henry Campion for excellence in mathematics; Jaxon Rothe for being a responsible student and wonderful role model; Harvey Campbell for consistent effort and fantastic improvement in all areas; Ahmed Labib for being an enthusiastic and dedicated student.
K/1TP - Isabel Duffy for being a positive, enthusiastic and conscientious student; Logan Andrews for consistent effort and achievement in literacy and measurement; Frida Gallpen-Brown for being a diligent student and excellent citizen and role model; Harley Benger for improvement in literacy; Isabella Knox excellent achievement in all areas. - Murray (formally the for Senior for - Shae Junior
1/2H - Tamika Johnstone for excellent effort and application in all areas; Brydy Barnett for improved effort and application in literacy; Xander Strong for improved effort and application in literacy; Stuart Benger for excellence in ICT; Alyssa Hawley for consistent effort and application in all areas.
3/4S - Harry Bull for high academic achievement in Year 3 literacy and numeracy; Eliza Johnstone for high academic achievement in Year 4 literacy and numeracy; Stephen Thomas for improved application to learning tasks; Ellie Gavel for confidence in public speaking and presentation of creative diorama; Charlie McCallum for exemplary sportsmanship.
3/4M - Jack Brown for consistent effort and achievement in science and ICT; Rory Smith for academic improvement in all areas; Grace Clark for citizenship; Ned Clancy for high standards and achievement in visual arts; Megan Lawson for consistently high achievement in spelling.
5/6HB - Matilda Dickie for excellent application in all areas; Ethan Gray for improved application to learning; Ben Dunmore for consistent application and effort in all areas; Ella Marshall for being an excellent role model who has achieved high results in all areas; Max Caruso for developing his skills and confidence in all mathematical applications.
5/6B - Chloe Manzin for excellent application in all areas; Harley Hicks for excellence in sport; Wallace Hughes for being a positive and caring student and excellent role model; Ruby Murray for being a conscientious and diligent student; Ryder Osborne for improved application and achievement in all areas.
Abbey Lawson accepting her Dux award at the Deniliquin North Primary School presentation day.