Excursion for World Environment Day
Pretty Beach Public School held a school excursion in celebration of World Environment Day on Monday, June 5.
Teachers and volunteers coordinated the school-wide event that involved students exploring and celebrating the local environment through local area walks.
On the Monday morning, students set off to either Lobster Beach, Half Tide Rocks or Putty Beach.
The students walked enthusiastically with their friends, according to relieving principal, Mr Dave Rattray.
"Once at the destinations, we had time to have some fun, play some games and discuss the environment around us," he said.
"It was a successful day that made us all remember where we live and be grateful for things around us."
Newsletter, 15 Jun 2017
Dave Rattray, Pretty Beach Public School
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