The 2012 school year is almost over, and that means preparations begin for 2013. Kindergarten's all over the district have been enjoying there time at 'big school' during the current school term.November 21, 2012 4:20am
To help youngsters making the transition to ‘big school’ next year, primary schools have been hosting new kindies for a number of weeks.
At Berrigan Public School the keen youngsters (pictured) have been getting a taste for primary school, and meeting their new classmates, teachers and school peers.
They are having a wonderful time and Mrs Arnold is also enjoying meeting the excited future students.
She described these youngsters as a ‘‘delightful group of children’’ and said they are all having a lot of fun.
Activities they have participated in include reading popular books like Possum Magic, cooking and enjoying delicious morning teas and much more.
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