Class Act recipients meet and greet

Prime minister John Key talks to Queens High School pupils at the Class Act 2009 award ceremony....
Prime minister John Key talks to Queens High School pupils at the Class Act 2009 award ceremony. Photo by Craig Baxter.
Mount Aspiring College pupils and Class Act Award recipients (from left) Sarah Cashen and...
Mount Aspiring College pupils and Class Act Award recipients (from left) Sarah Cashen and Katarina Schwarz. Photo by Gregor Richardson.
Otago Boys High School pupil and Class Act Award recipient Juno Pyun (centre right) with his...
Otago Boys High School pupil and Class Act Award recipient Juno Pyun (centre right) with his sisters (from left) Kelly and Harriet Pyun and mother Young Soon Kan (right). Photo by Gregor Richardson.
From left: Tala Manu, Kings Hool pupil Lima Manu and Lipoi Manu. Photo by Gregor Richardson.
From left: Tala Manu, Kings Hool pupil Lima Manu and Lipoi Manu. Photo by Gregor Richardson.
Proud parents photograph their children. Photo by Craig Baxter.
Proud parents photograph their children. Photo by Craig Baxter.
Rowan Tumai of Roxburgh Area School looks at the displayed photos.  Photo by Peter McIntosh.
Rowan Tumai of Roxburgh Area School looks at the displayed photos. Photo by Peter McIntosh.
Queens High School pupils Amber Hosking , left and Emily Berryman on the right is photographed...
Queens High School pupils Amber Hosking , left and Emily Berryman on the right is photographed with Prime Minister John Key. Photo by Peter McIntosh.
Blue Mountain College pupil and Class Act Award recipient Farryn Crawford (centre) with her...
Blue Mountain College pupil and Class Act Award recipient Farryn Crawford (centre) with her parents Vicki and Lennox Crawford. Photo by Gregor Richardson.

Prime Minister John Key spoke to a group of 55 outstanding pupils from 29 secondary schools at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery yesterday during the 2009 Otago Daily Times Class Act awards. The ODT photography team were on hand to snap a few shots of the achievers and their proud parents.

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