School jumps back in time


Skipping fun: Osborne Primary pupils Cooper and Hamish jump clear of the rope being held by Maddy and school principal Pam Anderson. Picture: Yanni

CHARCOAL sketching, marbles, skipping ropes, wool craft and butter making were just some of the activities enjoyed by Osborne Primary School pupils as they celebrated the school’s 145th anniversary last week.

They are their parents and teachers dressed up in period costumes for the photo booth and took part in a range of “olden day” activities at the special evening, Thursday 18 October.

“A fun night was had by all,” teacher Meaghan Woods said. “It reflected a united, positive community feel.

“Osborne has enjoyed an incredible 145 years of education with many more years and budding, enthusiastic students yet to come.”

First published in the Mornington News – 23 October 2018


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