TO celebrate their 100 days of learning, foundation students at Eastbourne Primary School, Rosebud dressed up as if they were 100 years old.
The milestone day was one for the memory books as students brought in collections of “100’things”, including buttons, Lego pieces, marbles and stickers.
The played games which were popular a century ago along with making necklaces with 100 Cheerios.
“The celebration was an important day for children to reflect on their achievements and growth over the past 100 days,” foundation teacher Shae Haney said.
“Together, the students reflected back on their first day, making comparisons to their 100th day. Photos and memories from their first day of school, to their 100th allowed them to reflect and marvel at what they are able to do now. Many children took pride in how many words they could now read, write and spell compared to day one as well as their ability to count forwards and backwards.”