Lest we Forget

Longwarry Primary School students proudly participated in the town’s Remembrance Day service on Friday. Archer Bortase places some flowers at the Longwarry cenotaph.

Hundreds of people gathered at war memorials across West Gippsland on Friday for Remembrance Day commemorations. Most services observed a minute’s silence at 11am which marks the end of hostilities in World War I following more than four years of

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They’ve got the X factor

One of the youngest performers to take to the Bunyip Hall stage was five-year-old Isabella Taylor of Longwarry who sang “I Just Can’t Wait to be King”.

Warragul & District Gazette November 17, 2015 Singers and dancing filled the Bunyip Hall for the second annual “Kids X Factor”. The Bunyip and District Community House organised event attracted 16 acts made up of 26 children from Morwell to

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Illustrating art at Longwarry

Illustrator Marc McBride shows students one of his many creations.

Warragul & District Gazette, September 22, 2015 Illustrator Marc McBride took students on an artistic journey as part of literacy day activities at Longwarry Primary School on Tuesday. Students from Labertouche and Neerim District Rural primary schools joined Longwarry students

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Principal’s day at Longwarry

Tasha Guarnaccia, Ashlea Murdica, Amity Stephens, Lily-Anna Bentley, Sheyla Curan and Talise Berryman dance A Little Party for principal Paula Johnston.

Warragul and District Gazette, September 1, 2015 Students at Longwarry Primary School feted principal Paula Johnston with gifts on Friday as part of principal’s day celebrations. An education department initiative held every year, principal’s day recognises and celebrates the hard

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School trip samurai style

Putting on a samurai headband and learning about Bushido during a National Gallery of Victoria visit was the highlight for Longwarry Primary School year five student Tiarnee Browney and acting principal Paula Johnston.

The fascinating world of the Japanese samurai was explored during a recent National Gallery of Victoria visit to Longwarry Primary School. Students in years three to six enjoyed an illustrated talk featuring images of works in the gallery collection with

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