Top Te Aho

Sep 9, 2022

The following Year 11 – 13 learners achieved top marks in their Te Aho report for weeks 5 & 6, term three. The marks required for this are an average of 3.4/ 4 across all of their classes, which is phenomenal.

Te Aho reports focus on the following skills and learning behaviours which learners below have achieved to a high standard:

  1. Demonstrates an excellent approach to learning, presenting the best of their abilities at all times
  2. Is independently motivated and disciplined in their learning and frequently exceeds expectations of persistence and independence in their learning
  3. Consistently demonstrates the highest standards of attention and focus in class, contributing where appropriate to group or classroom learning, demonstrating active listening skills at all times
  4. Is always punctual and well presented

Year 9

Izzy Algar

Chloe Burnett

Fern Davies

Heather Jackson

Charlie Joblin

Cadeyrn – Lance Merrilees

Raphael Pond

Year 10

Ronan Cantwell

Malia Denny

Franchezka Diza

Mia Dryden

Heidi Goodman

Jasmine Mortimer

Maria O’Connor

Skyla Powell

Kate Rankin

Finn Russ

Naima Selg

Ayla Turner

Year 11

Finn Campbell

Rosa Capstick

York Chen

Mia Coldicott

Liam Gleeson

Cassidy Hardiman

May Ketel

Caitlin Llyod

Ariana Marr

Jess McNeilly

Ronan Moorhead

Birdget Ogden – Bell

Reuben Scott

Finlay Sherlock

Jorgia Troughton

Year 12

Asuna Asaka

Jasmine Barney

Amy Clark

Collins Tatum

Sarah Cools

Jessica Edmondson

Annabelle Forgan

Maddie Hall

Jack Hateley

Lydia Inglis

James Ivamy

Lillian Kersten

Emma Lynch

Cherry Moore

Year 13

Dori Casas

Ella Fidler

Amy Haley

Aylish Inwood

Leigh Jones

Ruairi Moorhead

Dominic Muirhead

Lucien Panting

Ann Reji

Hannah Scott

James Theobold

Vianne Wessels

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