Bridie keeps kids on track
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.