Celebrating Years 5 & 6 Achievement in 2022
Years 5 and 6 students were recognised for their hard work today in front of their families and friends at their annual Awards Ceremony this week.
Our Year 6 leaders played an important role in leading the awards ceremony and spoke with confidence.
Jennifer Oaten gave a speech to the guests and students where she reminded us not to form opinions of others when we don’t know their situation or circumstances. We don’t know their story, yet we are often quick to judge. She reminded us to be people who listen, to be kind and compassionate human beings, to keep an open mind and not judge others based on what we see on the outside.
“Each of us has walked a very different journey in our life. We have all had different challenges and joys, and we don’t always know others’ stories and what they have faced in their lives,” she said, encouraging us to take the time to look around and see everyone in our community and learn something about their story.
During the Awards morning, parents enjoyed performances by the Years 5 and 6 Choir and the Year 5 Beginner Band, a dance performance from 5.2 and an Art Parade. The girls showed great courage during their performances, particularly the Beginner’s Band.
Colourful artworks the girls have been working on throughout the year were on display, before and after the Awards Ceremony, at the Years 5 and 6 Art Exhibition in the Mercy Gallery.
Congratulations to everyone who has worked hard and achieved their goals this year.
Congratulations to the 2022 award winners.
Viyana Winston Dominic
Year 5 Mercy Award
Pia De Rossi
Year 6 Anna Maria Doyle Award
Year 6 Mercy Award
Years 5 & 6 House Awards
Byrne House Award
Corbett House Award
de la Hoyde House Award
Dillon House Award
Frayne House Award
Kelly House Award
O’Donnell House Award
O’Reilly House Award