PL Bell Plastering Ltd proudly supports Waikato children through Kiwi Can Champ
Kiwi Can is a Graeme Dingle Foundation Waikato values and life skills programme designed for primary and intermediate school students. Right now it reaches 15,000 children in 69 schools around the country (GO Kiwi Can!), delivering a range of awesome physical, mental and creative challenges - plus high-energy, fun, safe and interactive lessons that reinforce the schools' goals and curriculum. Each term a child from each class is chosen as the Kiwi Can Champ - someone who demonstrates the value for the term (for term 1 it is Respect), the principal then chooses an overall school winner. Judges review the school winners to choose a regional winner from Tokoroa, Hamilton and Huntly.
R E S P E C T - Term 1
Congratulations to Lineta-Rose Misa from Strathmore School (Tokoroa), Majestic Monsall from Crawshaw School (Hamilton) and Morgan Wade from Pukemiro School (Huntly) - area Kiwi Can Champ winners for the value of respect.
￼Lineta-Rose epitomises the value of respect says Murray Kendrick, principal of Strathmore School. She is genuine, caring and always ensuring others are taken care of before herself. Read more about Lineta-Rose.
Majestic was nominated by her teacher Mrs Hema. Majestic embodies the value of respect consistently, not just during lessons but wherever she is in the school. She respects property and the school community and takes great pride in the jobs and responsibilities she is given. Read more about Majestic.
Morgan was nominated by ￼Wendy Sheridan-Smith, principal at Pukemiro School as she represents all the best attributes of respect; she demonstrates it in all aspects of school life and has taken lead roles as a House Leader and as a Maori Culture Leader. Read more about Morgan.