Bri­die keeps kids on track

McIvor Times - - TRADE & SERVICES GUIDE - By DAVID RAK

A BIT of heat was never go­ing to stop Holy Rosary stu­dents from en­joy­ing the sights of Heath­cote.

With their four-legged friend Bri­die in toe, foun­da­tion and grade one stu­dents walked to Bar­rack Re­serve for a pit stop be­fore vis­it­ing the Liq­uid Am­bers.

Prin­ci­pal Paul Dullard shared his knowl­edge of the en­vi­ron­ment and stu­dents learnt about the dif­fer­ent trees in the re­serve be­fore try­ing out the swing­ing bridge.

The class stopped for lunch un­der the shade of the oak trees, where they were treated to an icy-pole on the hot day.

Teacher Steph Slatyer said the day was a won­der­ful ex­plo­ration of the town, with stu­dents hav­ing fun and learn­ing at the same time.

“Thanks to Mr Dullard for shar­ing his ex­per­tise, Bon­nie for look­ing after ev­ery­one, Bri­die for keep­ing us on track and the stu­dents for do­ing our won­der­ful school and com­mu­nity proud,” she said.

Holy Rosary stu­dents have been en­joy­ing the great out­doors on their na­ture walks.

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