NAPLAN results for 2014 have been released across all media. Seven Local News reported on Central Queensland results and Girls Grammar featured.
The Morning Bulletin also reported, specifically about Lujaine, an extraordinary Year 5 student.
Girls Grammar student Lujaine Hussain has topped the nation in spelling in the 2014 nationwide NAPLAN testing. The Year 5 student scored a perfect result of 25 correct words. Her score of 697 surpasses the state average of 489.
Year 3 and 7 NAPLAN students of the School have also maintained previous successes with 100% above National Minimum Standards in all five NAPLAN areas.
Lujaine said she worked hard to get good results at school and plans to put her abilities to good use. “I would like to be doctor when I grow up. I am very interested in medicine” she said.
Lujaine joins an exclusive club of Girls Grammar students who have scored top marks in the annual national testing program of literacy and numeracy.
Girls Grammar Principal Melinda Scash said she was exceptionally proud of Lujaine for her outstanding achievement, “We are proud of all of our students for their achievements and for doing their best,” Ms Scash said.