Tradie for a day

Sine Salt, left, and Roseanne Scott garnered some carpentry tips from Steve Kittelty.  Photo: Lauren Murphy

West Gippsland Trader, December 10, 2015 Nilma Primary School grade six students joined their counterparts from around the region at a “tradie for a day” program at Baw Baw Skills Centre in Warragul.

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Solemn ceremony honours lives lost in war

Nilma Primary School students Jamie Garten, left, Lachlan Axford, Astrid Smith and Kirsty Wooster, with principal Annette Sutherland at the Warragul Remembrance Day service.

Warragul & Drouin Gazette November 17, 2015 Local schools were well represented as Warragul’s citizens gathered at the Warragul Cenotaph last Wednesday to mark Remembrance Day. It was a solemn occasion in the wake of the 100th anniversary a few

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In memory of those who never came back

From left, front, Nilma Primary School pupils Alex Chesterfield and Tahlia Whitney with the wreath made for Remembrance Day. Rear, the president of the Warragul RSL, Noel Tucker, Member for Narracan Gary Blackwood, principal Annette Sutherland, Warragul bugler Julie Reilly, Baw Baw Mayor Debbie Brown.

Warragul & District Gazette November 10, 2015 John Deveraux was just 17 when he volunteered to fight in the First World War. On Monday, 99 years on, the students of Nilma Primary School paid tribute to John and seven other

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Buddies look out for each other

Harrison Jones (foundation year), Meg Devlin (grade four), Kirsty Wooster (grade six) and Emma Brown (foundation year) are learning that caring for others and supporting each other is part of everyday school life. Photo: Lauren Murphy

The West Gippsland Trader, April 9, 2015 Nilma Primary School launched its Better Buddies program with a purple themed day on Friday, March 20. Activities included designing buddy handshakes, buddy obstacle course, potatoes race, egg and spoon race and pin

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Sports day with a difference

Prep student Jai Williams (Nilma) looks determined in his 100m race.

Pupils from seven of the region’s small schools recently came together for their annual day of athletics, fun and laughter. Bona Vista, Nilma, Darnum, Ellinbank, Lardner District, Ripplebrook and Buln Buln schools competed in a variety of fun events, including

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