Deniliquin South Public School has started its kindergarten orientation program.November 9, 2012 4:10am
Rylan Wade with his ‘buddy’ Kiara Ambrosio, South teacher Michele Doyle, Deniliquin Pre-school teacher Helen Campbell and Jack Van Lieshout with his ‘buddy’ Harry Hillier.
Kindergarten orientation programs are being held at South School and the youngsters who are participating are now eager to start ‘big school’ next year.
Today is the second of three Friday sessions for the new 2013 students, running from 9am to 11am.
South Year 5 students, who will be ‘buddies’ for the Kindergarten students next year, also participated in the program.
The programs give the students a chance to adjust to school life and have the youngsters painting, colouring and engaging in many fun activities.
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