A National Story Sharing Arts Festival for Schools

A National Story Sharing Arts Festival for Schools

 

 

Congratulations MSPS! Our grade 5/6 group, The Legacy of our Pride and Honour, came 3rd place in the state for the STORY-DANCE-LIVE category !

Well done to our grade 3/4 Bad Hair day group! On the night they were awarded most creative use of the signature item: BUGS. The judges LOVED OUR NITS! 

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 We were also on the front page of the Whittlesea Star newspaper this week- click herePicture: EMILY LANE (Whittlesea Star)



Children from Morang South Primary School are always excited to participate in Wakakirri. The school has been involved in Wakakirri since 1999. The children were in two groups. The 3 / 4 children performed their item “Bad Hair Day”. This is about getting “Nits / Lice” in their hair. The 5 / 6 group performed ”The Legacy of Our Pride and Honour”. It was a tribute to our soldiers and ‘Legacy’ that look after the widows and children of our fallen heroes. Staff and students have given up many lunchtimes to rehearse. Our students performed their items exceptionally well at The Melbourne Convention Centre Southbank this year.

 

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