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Open night shares learning journey

Family night out: Tarni Pumphrey, Tyler, Hamish, Ashton, Keryn and Matt Jansen, enjoy looking at the work on dispay in Tarni’s classroom. Photos: Lee Steinbacher
Nanjing Night Net

St Brigid’s Primary School in Bridgetown showcased their students’ school work, music and artistic skills to the community during their open night last Thursday.

School principalAndrew Kellysaid the open night was part of the reporting and assessment process and was a great opportunity for students to show how hard they had been working during the year.

Bright class: Brooke Rutten, Bethany Rutten, Charlotte Little, Tilly Butler, James Rutten and Willow Mcleod check out the work in room two.

“It has been a really good night and a wonderful opportunity for parents and family members to come and have a look at the work their children have done throughout the term,” Mr Kellysaid.

“It is a great way to show the community our students learning journey and celebrate what they are doing when they come to school each day.”

Growing up: Opal Duggand and Olivia Hide with their teacher Jamie Ternent.

Mr Kelly also acknowledged his staff for their hard work throughout the year.

“The work on show tonight is the work students do in class throughout the term that is marked and assessed by the teaching staff,” he said.

“It has been good for the students and staff to share their efforts with the community.”

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.


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