From The Principal
Recently, the Preps went down to the Darrabi Garden to plant their follage, assisted by their grade 6 buddies and family members. It was a very successful planting session. All children and adults worked together to find the correct location for each small shrub and then carefully planted and watered it in.
I would like to thank Janine and her support group of Chay, Sarah and Joanne for their expertise and planning for the morning. Also a big thank you to all family members who came along to participate in the planting session. It is great to see the Darrabi Garden continue to flourish and provide a quiet area for children to sit and walk in.
Friday June 26th is the last day of term. The children will be dismissed at 2:15pm.
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