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St Laurence’s explore books

SAINT Laurence’s Primary School, Leongatha marked Book Week with a dress up day at the school last Friday.

There was a lot of thought and effort put into costume selection and the students obviously see the benefits of making reading a part of every day.

Harry Potter characters were popular whilst there were a few spidermen and quite a few sporting stars as well.

The parade of students and their costumes was a highlight of assembly while the students insisted on the teachers having their own parade of outfits.

Fun day: from left, Hattie as Fancy Nancy, Jacoa as Harry Potter and Lincoln as Peter Pan at St Laurence’s Primary School’s Book Week event.

Fun day: from left, Hattie as Fancy Nancy, Jacoa as Harry Potter and Lincoln as Peter Pan at St Laurence’s Primary School’s Book Week event.

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