Yarning Circle | Deadly Encouragement Awards

Posted 6 November 2017 by Catholic Education in Yarning Circle

The second annual 'Deadly Encouragement Awards' were held on October 19 at Waniora Public School, recognising Indigenous students in the Northern Illawarra region, who consistently apply effort in all areas of their schooling.

The awards were proudly presented by the Northern Illawarra Aboriginal Education Consultative Group with sponsorship from:

  • Catholic Education Diocese of Wollongong
  • NSW Primary Principals' Association
  • Defence Force
  • Bunnings Warehouse
  • Woonona Bulli RSL
  • Workplace Learning
  • Fusion Training Solutions
  • Housing Trust
  • Devika Learning

Congratulations to the following nominees, who received a Deadly Award certificate and medallion:

DEADLY AWARD WINNERS

Holly Sheldrick       St Michael's Thirroul
Tyrah Beckinsdale      St Michael's Thirroul
Michala Tubie-Moran      St Columbkille's Corrimal
Harrison McLean      St Columbkille's Corrimal
Ace Rosa      Holy Cross Helensburgh
Jeremy Bell      Holy Cross Helensburgh
Pippa Munilla-Broad      Good Samaritan Fairy Meadow
Amalia Pitt      Good Samaritan Fairy Meadow
Claire Butterworth      Holy Spirit College Bellambi
Sarah Hanlon      Holy Spirit College Bellambi


Congratulations also to the following students who received a certificate and medallion, for their Year 12 Graduation:

YR 12 GRADUATION AWARDS

Malakhy Morgan      Holy Spirit College Bellambi
Kylah Hargreaves      Holy Spirit College Bellambi
Jarad Clay      Holy Spirit College Bellambi
Brodie Foster      Holy Spirit College Bellambi


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