Christmas Party 2018

We all love our end of year Christmas Party and this one was no exception!

Thank you to all of the staff, students, and parents who made the evening another stunning highlight for this year! A big shout-out to Old MacDonald’s Animal Farm and The Southern Cross Bush Band whose special additions of cute and cuddly animals and some toe-tapping bush dancing made the night one we won’t forget soon! To our wonderful foodies, Monsterella, Froth, Amica Gelato and the awesome parent team who provided the BBQ sausage sizzle – Thank you! It was wonderful to have our school’s Founder, Gillian McAuliffe in Perth and able to enjoy a vibrant and festive evening with us. 

We are now in the process of ‘wrapping’ things up for 2018, with some professional development and environment preparation days this week so we are ready for the amazing New Year ahead! See you in 2019!

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