Raedan Fernandez and Jasnoor Daler win Community Spirit and Leadership Award

St Kevins Primary School students Raedan Fernandez and Jasnoor Daler have both been awarded a Community, Spirit and Leadership award.

The presentation took place during a whole school assembly that was led by the
students from grade 1/2. The students gave speeches showcasing some amazing
facts about animals.

Quotes from Ms Graley:

“Raedan and Jasnoor are both very kind young people and it is good to see that kindness is not out of fashion at St Kevins,”

“It was lovely to meet both their families who are so keen and supportive of their talented children,”  

“Both Jasnoor and Raedan are very deserving winners of this award,”

 “I look forward to watching these young stars rise in the future.”

 Comments from teachers:

RAEDAN FERNANDEZ

Raedan is an enthusiastic, intelligent and friendly member of our 3/4 Learning Community. Raedan is always friendly, enthusiastic and helpful to others. He shows incredible skill in Mathematics, reading, technology and everything that he puts his mind to. Raedan has an inquisitive mind and asks insightful questions to understand the world around him. Raedan shares his gifts and talents to assist others, both inside and outside of school. He participates in music lessons, plays soccer, he offers his time to help the adult choir with the PowerPoint slide shows, he is part of the St. Kevin’s parish children’s choir and is an altar server in training.

JASNOOR DALER

Jasnoor is quietly confident and a wonderfully positive role model for her peers and younger students.  She is always willing to help others with a smile, including the teachers.  She plays an important role in our class, being supportive and mentoring younger students in their learning.  She is compassionate and empathetic towards others and their special journeys.  For example, Jasnoor donated a beautifully big, and warm blanket for St. Vincent De Paul for the Sacred Heart Mass at the end of last term, saying ‘it will go to a good cause and they will use it more than I need.’