Rewarding good behaviour on the bus
Last Friday four students from Somerset Primary — Jeremiah Hayward, JahZion Trott-Saltus, Dayla Richards and Akeira Trott-Saltus — were celebrated for their behaviour on the bus.
Ms Young, a member of the community, phoned the school to say how impressed she was by the four students and the excellent behaviour they displayed.
Ms Young said: “I caught the bus last week Thursday and as these students got on the bus I was quietly reading my book.
“I appreciated the conversation we had on the bus and how well mannered they were.
“They spoke nicely and I feel they deserve to be celebrated.
She gave each student a book as a gift and the entire assembly applauded the group of students.
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