Year 6 Sev­ern­lea stu­dents say good­bye to their pri­mary school

Stanthorpe Border Post - - NIE | PRIMARY PONDERINGS -

IT’S an ex­cit­ing time at the end of the school year, but it is al­ways laced with sad­ness.

Schools have to say farewell to their Year 6 stu­dents as they move onto high school.

Sev­ern­lea School is no ex­cep­tion to this phe­nom­e­non.

They are farewelling

Bella, Olivia, Lily, Zac, Oden and Ash­ton.

All the staff, stu­dents and wider com­mu­nity would like to let their Year 6 stu­dents know that they’ll be missed in 2019 and wish them the very best for the next stage of their school­ing.

Mr Roberts re­turns

EAR­LIER in the term the Sev­ern­lea School com­mu­nity were very pleased to hear the news that Mr Roberts would be re­turn­ing to Sev­ern­lea School to re­sume his prin­ci­pal role at the school in 2019.

Mr Roberts has been work­ing as the act­ing prin­ci­pal of Capella State School for most of Se­mes­ter 2. Welcome back Mr Roberts!

Cen­te­nary a huge suc­cess

THE re­cent Sev­ern­lea School Cen­te­nary was a huge suc­cess, with between 700-800 peo­ple re­turn­ing to visit, rem­i­nisce and share favourite me­mories.

The stu­dents at Sev­ern­lea would like to thank the or­gan­is­ing com­mit­tee and anyone who played a part in mak­ing the day suc­cess­ful.

The in­ter­est in the school was much ap­pre­ci­ated.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

WELL DONE: Sev­ern­lea Year 6s say farewell.

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