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Wonthaggi North excited

 

WITH 49 new Preps in the mix, 2016 promises to be an exciting year for Wonthaggi North Primary School.

The year promises to be action packed, with plenty of events coming up in term one.

Students from grades 3 to 6 have started their swimming program.

The program aims to strengthen their swimming skills and increase their understanding of water safety.

Running for seven weeks, the swimming program culminate in the house swimming sports on March 24.

Swimmers who excel at this level will go on to compete for the school later in the year.

The school has maintained its strong focus on indigenous studies in its curriculum and an indigenous incursion will be held on February 29.

The school community is also thrilled to support student Mathew Stannard in the World’s Greatest Shave.

He is currently in remission and is aiming to raise $2000 for the Leukaemia Foundation.

His shave will be held in the school gym on March 11 with the support of his teachers and peers.

First day: Prep student Michaela said goodbye to mum Heidi McGuirk before school started at Wonthaggi North Primary School.

First day: Prep student Michaela said goodbye to mum Heidi McGuirk before school started at Wonthaggi North Primary School.

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