Bellata Public School student Harley Budden awarded Honour Badge

Krystine, Harley and Chris Budden at the Honour Badge presentation.

Krystine, Harley and Chris Budden at the Honour Badge presentation.

Harley Budden has recently been presented with his first Honour Badge at Bellata Public School.

Harley was lucky to have his family and friends there to witness this exciting milestone.

Students work hard every day to earn yellow cards to work their way up the merit system. Yellow cards can be earned for good behaviour, work ethic, book work, sportsmanship, friendship, etc. Students need to accumulate 7 yellow cards to receive a maroon award, 7 maroon awards to receive a gold award and finally 3 gold awards to receive an Honour Badge.

Students who work consistently well throughout their school life attaining yellow cards can earn multiple Honour Badges.

Harley Budden and Bellata Public School Principal Vivianne Fouracre.

Harley Budden and Bellata Public School Principal Vivianne Fouracre.

Harley had a special morning tea earlier this week to mark the special occasion and his parents, Chris and Krystine, were there to pin on his badge. Congratulations Harley!

Words of Bellata Public School