Stu­dents do school proud in pool for first Gran­ite Belt tri­als

Stanthorpe Border Post - - NIE | PRIMARY PONDERINGS -

BROAD­WA­TER State School has had a fan­tas­tic start to the year, with some new fam­i­lies be­ing added to our won­der­ful com­mu­nity.

We have a large num­ber of prep stu­dents who are be­gin­ning to learn our school routines and are re­ally en­joy­ing school.

This term, stu­dents have al­ready par­tic­i­pated in the Stan­thorpe Show and en­joyed learn­ing more about Aus­tralia Day.

Our veg­etable gar­dens are full at the mo­ment, and we are work­ing hard to re­build our com­post and worm farms ready for win­ter crops.

It has been great for the stu­dents to try a va­ri­ety of veg­eta­bles and fruits last year, so we are keen to add some new ones this year.

We are ex­cited to start our swim­ming les­sons for the term next week, and were proud of our stu­dents who rep­re­sented our school at the Gran­ite Belt tri­als this week.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Ko­han, Toby and Jai­dyn on your achieve­ments.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

NEW TERM: Broad­wa­ter stu­dents are ex­cited about the start of a new school year.

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