Son­shine show at school

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - News -

KEWDALE Pri­mary School cel­e­brated its cen­te­nary last month with spe­cial guests from 98.5 Son­shine FM. The ra­dio sta­tion’s break­fast show brought their Free Cof­fee Fri­day to the school com­mu­nity to cel­e­brate the 100year achieve­ment by pro­vid­ing free cof­fee and donuts to stu­dents and teach­ers. While be­ing treated to the tasty break­fast, the school choir per­formed ren­di­tions of WA-themed songs Green Hills of Al­bany and Might Long Way. As part of the fes­tiv­i­ties, 98.5’s Morro and Ash, along with 50,000 brekkie lis­ten­ers, were of­fered an insight into the school’s long and di­verse his­tory. Prin­ci­pal Brian Simp­son said: “The school opened about three months be­fore the Gal­lipoli land­ing. We’re for­tu­nate that we still have the orig­i­nal class­room that was built in 1915 and is still used to­day.”

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