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Best in schools win awards

MORE than 115 outstanding students and inspiring public education staff have been honoured at the 2019 NSW Minister’s and Secretary’s Awards for Excellence.

The annual awards showcase NSW public school students, teachers, staff and parents who have made major contributions to their school communities and serve as role models to their peers.
The NSW Minister for Education and Early Childhood Learning, Sarah Mitchell, said: “These awards highlight the tremendous contribution that students, teachers, principals and the school community make to public education in NSW.”
Winners from the Canterbury Bankstown area include: Secretary’s Award for an Outstanding School Initiative, Bankstown West Public School, for improving student outcomes through data informed practice; Secretary’s Award for Outstanding School Initiative, Revesby Public School, for global citizenship through student agency; Secretary’s School Achievement Award, Bankstown Public School, for instructional leadership; Secretary’s School Achievement Award, Birrong Girls High School, for BISEP (Birrong Girls High School’s Improving School Engagement Project); Secretary’s School Achievement Award, Revesby South Public School, for their Curiosity and Powerful Learning program; Secretary’s Award for Excellence in Student Achievement, Sarah Al Helfy from Birrong Girls High School; Secretary’s Award for Excellent Service, Renee George from Birrong Girls High School; Secretary’s Award for Excellent Service, Condell Park High School’s Christine Soilemezidis; Secretary’s Award for Excellent Service, Condell Park High School Principal Susie Claire Mobayed; Minister’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, Robyn Brady, Revesby Public Schoo; Minister’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, Sarah Jones, Campsie Public School; and Minister’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, Lara Pope, Condell Park Public School.

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