Gallipoli Oak at Labertouche

Labertouche Primary School principal Cory Fleming, Peta Waterson, Longwarry RSL president Kevin Stephens, Drouin RSL president Rod McNabb and returned servicemen Russell Oakes, Peter Cuthbertson and Brian Milner join Labertouche Primary School students in celebrating the planting of a Gallipoli Oak.

Students at Labertouche Primary School will have a constant reminder of those who have served and those who are currently serving after a Gallipoli Oak was planted at the school on Friday. The tree planting, which following an Anzac commemoration,

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Elders visit Labertouche

Riley Green (left) and Owen Cummins gain an insight into the tools used to dig and crush food during a visit to Labertouche Primary School from local Aboriginal elders.

Local history and indigenous culture were explored at Labertouche Primary School when Aboriginal elders visited last week. The students were enthralled by stories of life at Jackson’s Track, learning to swim and fish in the Labertouche Creek, viewing artefacts and

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All together now

Maddi McCraw (Jindivick), Matilda Duck (Noojee), Grace Morris (Neerim District) and Cameron Hobday (Labertouche) make their own musical instruments.

Warragul & District Gazette, September 8, 2015 Jindivick Primary School hosted a musical cluster day for the Tarago Cluster of schools recently. Students from Jindivick, Noojee, Labertouche and Neerim District Rural primary schools took part in the music education program.

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Theatre alive at Labertouche

Displaying their animal costumes to visiting “Cranky Bear” actor Michaela Burger are (back, from left) Luke Box, Harry Harte, Hunter Gillies, (front, from left) Cameron Hobday and Aiva Gipps of Labertouche Primary School.

Warragul & Drouin Gazette, June 23, 2015 A special workshop saw the world of theatre came alive in the classroom at Labertouche Primary School. The day prior to attending “Cranky Bear” at the West Gippsland Arts Centre, the students were

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Labertouche on a roll

Grade 3-6 Students at Labertouche Primary School in the sprawling vegetable garden full of hearty produce.

Two years after it was slated for closure, Labertouche Primary School’s roll has doubled this year to 28 students.

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