Port Noarlunga Primary School

French Fun Day 2021

Jun 8, 2021 | school events

What a great day to celebrate all things French!

So many students and staff dressed in the bleu, blanc and rouge. So many interesting characters – artists, chefs, mime artists, historical characters, fashion designers, and even some Schtroumpfs (Smurfs)!

Merci to the families who assisted the students with their colourful creations.

A very big merci to the staff who ensured that the students had fun with their buddy class activities – Monet art, making puppets, building Eiffel Towers, collage, playing petanque, making jigsaws and outdoor games to name a few.

For those unable to attend, here are some photos for you to enjoy.

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