Awarded Weekly at Friday Assembly
2 students per class
CORE VALUE AWARD
Awarded once per term at the Rose Bunch Meeting at the end of term
1 student per class
Term 1: Respect
Term 2: Compassion
Term 3: Justice
Term 4: Service
PRINICPAL ‘CONSTANT AND TRUE’ AWARD
Awarded at Friday Assembly
1 student per class
Week 2: Year 2
Week 3: Year 3
Week 4: Year 4
Week 5: Year 5
Week 6: Year 6
Week 7: Year 1
Week 8: Kindergarten
The recipients each term are invited to a Principal’s Morning Tea that will take place in Week 10 of that term.
Lakes Parish Award
This award is given by the Parish Pastoral Council of the Lakes Parish to a student between Years 2 and 5.
This student is selected according to the following criteria;
Displays a commitment to their relationship with Jesus
Role models the Gospel values through their interactions with others
Committed with their family to contributing to the life of the Parish, this may be through involvement in a ministry, practising their faith and a connection with Parish life
Herman Meyer Award
In 2007 the parish was given a generous donation from the Meyer family, after the passing of their father Herman. Fr Paul, our parish priest gave the school from this donation $5000, to put in trust and award a recipient each year a cheque for $500, to be used towards their high school education. The selection for this student was one that personifies the school motto and lives their faith.
In 2011, Ms Liz Macqueen – Herman’s daughter, donated a further $2500 to continue the scholarship until 2021.
A plaque is displayed in the hall and the child receives a cheque.
Ms Macqueen presents the Herman Meyer Scholarship at the Year 6 Graduation Liturgy.
St Rose Advisory Committee Award
One award per stage – total 4 given at the end of year Mass. (an honour plaque is displayed in the hall and recipients will be given a medal of recognition)
Staff discern recipient based on following criteria:
This award is given to a child that lives the mission of St Rose Catholic School- they are ‘Constant and True’ by:
- Striving to Respect others, self and the environment
- Living their faith in their interactions and relationships with others
- Being aware of the school community and it’s members, committed to the common good.
Teachers may refer to awards given throughout the year for Student of the Month.
This award is not to be given for academic or sporting excellence.
St Rose Advisory Committee Award – Community Member
A Committee Award is given to a St Rose Community member. The nominations are made by the school community identifying why their nominee aligned with the above criteria, should receive this award. Nominations are reviewed and the Award recipient is discerned by the Committee.
AWARDS – END OF YEAR ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
Achievement awards are only awarded to ONE child in each category for each class from Years 2 to 6. A plaque is displayed in the hall and each recipient receives a certificate.
ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS CRITERIA
Shows excellence in at least 3 KLAs (with at least one being English or Maths)
Displays ‘Highly Commendable’ effort in application to tasks
For each of the Summer Sports, Winter Sports and Carnivals (excluding the school ones) offered through the NSW Catholic Schools/PSSA Pathway, a child will receive points for their selection and participation. The higher the level of representation, the greater the amount of points awarded. Students will also receive a point for their selection in a Pool A St Rose Gala Day Team and for their participation in other non- compulsory sport gala days offered by St Rose during that year.
Carnivals Swimming, Athletics, Cross Country
Winter Sports League, AFL, Hockey, Soccer, Netball, Touch, Rugby Union
Summer Sports Basketball, Softball, Tennis, Cricket
Gala Days e.g. Soccer, Eagle Tag, Netball, Cricket, AFL, CPS Netball Carnival, Rugby 7’s, Basketball Gala Day, Hockey Gala Day
Points are awarded for:
Representing St Rose at Northern Beaches level
Representing Northern Beaches Catholic Schools at Broken Bay level
Representing Broken Bay at Polding level
Representing Polding at NSWPSSA (State) level
Representing NSW at a National level
Has progressed from the beginning of the year, with or without support.
Displays ‘Highly Commendable’ effort in application to tasks.
Plays an instrument, participates in the choir or displays talent in drama or art.