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Collingwood Football Club visit

As a staff we have discussed how important it is for our students to see adults as readers and role models. Along those lines we asked the Collingwood Football Club to send some players for them to read to our 5/6 students and talk about themselves as readers.

Callum Brown, Will Hoskin-Elliot and Chris Maine came out to the school on Tuesday and did just that. They were really entertaining with each player talking about themselves as lifelong learners. When Callum Brown read to the students he told them that he hadn’t read out aloud to anyone for a long time. The players were very impressed with our school and our wonderful children.



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