School expo shines a light on com­mu­nity ser­vices

Southern Telegraph - - Telegraph News - Ce­cilia Allen

Par­ents and fam­i­lies en­joyed a va­ri­ety of ac­tiv­i­ties at Leda Pri­mary School last month for an an­nual expo.

The Leda Com­mu­nity Expo aims to strengthen the links be­tween agen­cies and ser­vices in the Kwinana area and the school com­mu­nity.

More than 30 agen­cies and or­gan­i­sa­tions from the area from a va­ri­ety of sec­tors at­tended the expo to pro­vide in­for­ma­tion and sup­port to fam­i­lies.

The event was hosted by the Kids Mat­ter Com­mit­tee, which is an ini- tia­tive of the Prin­ci­pals Aus­tralia In­sti­tute.

Some of the or­gan­i­sa­tions in at­ten­dance were Kwinana Po­lice, Mis­sion Aus­tralia, the Aus­tralian Navy and Hope Val­ley fire­fight­ers.

Gil­more Col­lege stu­dents Ranesch Mahkalithas, 12, and Jay­den Hodges, 12, show­case robotics to Leda Pri­mary School stu­dents.

Stu­dents Mathew Quinn, 12, Shelby Tedd, 7, with fire­fighter Kip Allen.

Stu­dent Mil­lie War­brick, 5.

Kat Lind­say, from the City of Kwinana, and Ellery Pon­gos, 4, of Wel­lard.

Mathea Short, 4, of Leda.

Blake, 4, and Kiara Coss­ing­ton, 6, of Leda, en­joy par­tic­i­pat­ing in some arts and crafts.

Stu­dent Nazir Hab­bull, 8, en­joys the pet­ting zoo.

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