End of Year Round Up
What an incredible end to a great year.
A big thanks to the gymnasts for their recent display. You are all very skill athletes and it was a pleasure to watch. Also, a big thanks to Glenys and Dene for all their time and expertise in coaching the group to such a high standard. Apologies, but the photos of the display itself were not up to standard but I did manage to get the certificates and medals.
A lot of people make a school 'tick over'. It is not just the adults but a lot of children help as well. Each year we acknowledge those helper by handing out certificates. Thanks to all the people who contributed to the smoother running of our school.
Year Six Final Assembly
The highlight of you end of year celebrations. This is always a happy/sad time if the year where we recognise the contributions of our year six group but at the same time, farewell them and let them move from The Terrace to begin the next step of their learning journey.
Congratulations to all the Year six leavers and especially to all the cup winners. This year we had a 'first' here on the Terrace. The Gill Cup for the top boy was shared.
Jayden and Hogan -Gill Cup for the top boys.
Heidi -MacGillivray Cup for the top girl
Kurt -Kapa Haka
Hogan -the John Goodman Cup for top sports boy
Abby -The Trish Goodman Cup for the top sports girl
Leiana -The Ian Farrell Reader’s Cup
Dallas -The Rosemary Cooke cup for the top chess player
We wish all year sixes future success, not only with your academic journey but wherever life may lead you. Make good choices and remember fondly of your days at CTS.
We also farewelled two staff members at the end of the year too. This is always a sad time and this year was no different with Eva, a well loved and respected teacher resigning and moving to Melbourne. Eva has been a beginning teacher at CTS this year and has been a valued and skilled teacher on our staff. She has a very caring nature and always had the best interests of her children at heart. We with you all the best and great happiness in Melbourne. Sadly, also, we lost Meghan J at the end of this year. Meghan has been team teaching at CTS for the last few years and has been a respected and valued by her teaching colleagues. All the best for your future teaching too, Meghan.
Finally, thanks to all the staff right across our school life for your professionalism, enthusiasm and devotion to making our school a great place for children to learn and play in and for us to work in. A big thanks to parents and supporters of the school and of course, the great kids here on The Terrace.
Merry Christmas to you all and all the best for 2018