A schoolgirl in Adelaide has been honoured for her beautiful name by a teacher.
Melanie Mowatt, a fourth-year English teacher, wrote on her blog that the name of her daughter, Sarah, is a combination of “beautiful” and “beauty”.
“It’s not just about Sarah,” she said.
“It is Sarah’s beautiful name.”
Melanie said the name was “a name that resonates with me and my children, who are all about the beauty in the world and are not afraid to show it off.”
Sarah’s beautiful because it is Sarah, but it’s also Sarah’s name that means beauty.
“The name of Sarah is a mixture of “Beautiful Sarah”, “Beauty Sarah” and a “Beautys Paradise” and it has also been used to describe the character in the popular movie, Beauty and the Beast.”
There is beauty in everything, including Sarah,” Melanie said.
Melissa Mowat with her daughter Sarah.”
I love the fact that Sarah’s lovely name means so much to me and to her family.
“They have a name that they love and they are so proud of it and so proud to be named after it.”
Sarah’s name is Sarah and it’s Sarah’s beauty that has been recognised by the school.
Melbourne Schoolgirl Sarah Mowats parents, Mark and Sally, attended the school’s naming ceremony and the name Sarah was selected as a symbol of unity.
“We thought it would be really fitting for her to have a beautiful name,” Sally said.
Sarah’s parents Mark and Sue Mowatts attend the school naming ceremony.
Melody Mowatis mother, Sally, said the naming ceremony was “funny and touching”.
“She got a name like this from a picture she had on her phone,” she added.
“She’s a sweet little girl and she’s really proud of her name and of her beautiful hair.”
And we have a really happy school.
The school is really welcoming and there are lots of kids there.
“The school has also received hundreds of submissions from parents and other school groups.
Melania Mowati said the school was not surprised that the school had been chosen as the name for Sarah’s daughter.”
The name is a wonderful one,” she told ABC Radio Adelaide.”
People who love it and love the school are quite excited about it.
“Everyone is very pleased with the result.”
Sarah is the third child to have been named after a Disney character, with her name being added to those of Winnie the Pooh and Cinderella.