CIRCUS TIME: Pupils at St Therese School had a great time on their circus-themed day. Picture: Supplied
FUN: The circus-themed day was a highlight of the term for pupils at the school. Picture: Supplied
ST Therese School held a circus-themed day recently.
Pupils were asked to dress in anything related to the circus.
The school library was transformed into a circus tent with a parachute hanging from the ceiling.
A mural was painted and put up on the wall and the students drew portraits of clowns that were also put up.
A number of pupils wrote a play to perform to the younger students and the teachers.
There was also a chance for pupils to learn how to juggle and other circus skills.
St Therese is also conducting the Open Days of Discovery Program, which is an eight week program for children who will begin primary school in 2016.
The program aims to provide children the chance to experience school and have fun with older children.
It has proven successful.
The school community would also like to invite residents to become a permanent part of Yenda’s history.
The Sisters of St Joseph Commemorative Garden will provide an enduring link between the past, present and future.
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