Nagambie Primary School's 18 Year 6 students celebrated the end of the primary schooling with a dinner at the Nagambie Golf ClubDIANE GRANT December 19, 2013 4:09am
Nagambie Primary School Year 6 students with principal Rob French and teacher James Bodycoat at their graduation dinner.
Nagambie Primary School’s Year 6 graduation dinner at Nagambie Golf Club on December 11 was attended by 18 graduating students and their families.
A slide show was projected onto a screen throughout the dinner picturing many activities the students had been involved in during six years at school.
Nagambie Primary School principal Rob French and Year 6 teacher James Bodycoat thanked the students, families, teaching staff, school and local organisations and volunteers for an excellent year and for supporting the Year 6 students throughout their primary school years.
Each student made a speech before the school awards were presented to nine students.
The awards began with the presentation of the Most Improved award, which went to Jack Butterworth and was presented by Trevor Cubbin on behalf of Tabilk Junior Football Club.
The Henry Thomas Encouragement award was won by Will Cubbin, donated by the wife of Henry Thomas, Barbara Thomas.
Alex Groves and Brooke Austin jointly shared the Arts award which was presented by Amy Bourke and Sharon Kleinig on behalf of the Parents Club.
Blake Fothergill received the Sports award from Steven Brook of the Nagambie Football/Netball Club.
The 2013 Citizenship award was taken out by Tasman Taylor-Lloyd with Danielle Auld of the School Council bestowing on her the award.
The Lions Club of Nagambie and District Inc. General Knowledge award was presented to Jedd Dawe by Lions Club president Marlene Brew.
Will Baker received the Kevin Verge Maths and Science award.
The final award for academic excellence was presented to Lucy Burgess by Trevor Onn, of the Nagambie Masonic Lodge.
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