April Crouch, Jor­dan Ne­vans, Seth McLure, Tyler Neville, Lori Purdy and Holly West­away.

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Stu­dents at St Joseph's Pri­mary School were not just dressed in orange for One& All’s in­clu­sion event on Thurs­day, they also had the One& All mes­sage tat­tooed (tem­po­rar­ily) on their arms.

A SEA of orange washed over Rochester on Thurs­day as lo­cal schools cel­e­brated Orange Day as part of the One and All In­clu­sion Project.

The project aims at shap­ing a com­mu­nity stance that val­ues all walks of life and abil­i­ties and em­braces in­clu­sion for all.

Rochester Sec­ondary Col­lege, Rochester Pri­mary School, St Joseph’s Pri­mary School and Echuca-Moama schools wore orange to sup­port the cause.

St Joseph’s and Echuca Spe­cial­ist School stu­dents cel­e­brated with or­angeth­emed ac­tiv­i­ties, in­clud­ing cookie mak­ing, paint­ing, draw­ing and sack races.


Liam (above). Hen­son Orange Day at St Joseph's Pri­mary School.

Jai Mil­li­gan, Ethan Howard and Hugh Ker­lin.

Paul Hal­ton.

Tex Jones.

Tem­pest Ge­orge, Jes­sica Carmichael, Ai­den Turner, Char­lie Lang­don and Indi Hunter.

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