Bike paths to school

Jake and Chloe Marriott lead a cohort of students riding the blue Burke path.

Warragul Primary School held one of the biggest Active Path launches seen by Bicycle Network Victoria, with 84 per cent of students actively traveling to school on Friday. A total of 128 students actively travelled with 59 per cent walking,

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Solemn ceremony honours lives lost in war

Warragul Primary School captains, from left, Olivia Walker, Jackie Hinsley, Samuel Buckingham and Flynn Davey represented the school 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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School sports spectacular

From left, Cooper Alger from Warragul North Primary School and Micah Williams from Warragul Primary School sprint the last leg of the 100mm relay with Cooper crossing the line a tenth of a second before Micah to take out second place for his team.

Warragul & Drouin Gazette, April 28th, 2015 Local primary school students recently competed at the Geoff Watt track for the right to progress to the Gippsland track and field region championships to be staged at Newborough in September. Students competed

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Circle of magic

Ebony Strauss, left, and Ella McIntosh check for fairies underneath the mushrooms growing at Warragul Primary School.

Warragul & Drouin Gazette, April 21, 2015 The first day back at school can be a bit of a drag but a sense of magic hung over Warragul Primary School all day on Monday. In the middle of the school

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We could be heroes

Rubie Ostojic (facing camera), Isabella Adams, Lara Williams and Jessica Bell.

West Gippsland Trader March 19, 2015 Capes, colour, singing, movies, heroes and villains featured during Warragul Primary School’s high five celebrations recently. Excited children eagerly demonstrated their five weeks of concentrated learning about the school’s high five expectations, be safe,

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Wheelie good trip to school

Front row, from left, Ricky Norris, professional cyclist Kane Walker, Abigail Bell, Shelby Cook, Zachary Perkins, Navaeh Gordon, Kylie and Thomas Perkins, Cr Makaelah Power and school principal Rosemary Allica. Photo: Lauren Murphy

More than 115 students rode, walked, scooted or unicycled to Warragul Primary School on Friday for National Ride2School Day. For many students, it was the norm but for some it was a new experience. Students were greeted with a healthy

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Good sports all

Warragul PS athletics (2)

Warragul Primary School sports day, November 2014.

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Green thumbs

Among the children planting many new trees and plants at Warragul Primary School are Elliot Holden, Courtney Gleeson-Moffatt and Charlotte Adams. Photograph: LAUREN MURPHY

A year-long project to develop a children’s garden at the Warragul Primary School junior campus is a step closer to completion following a recent tree planting day. The High 5s children garden project is led by a parent group, including

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Giving it a whirl

Aleisha Hodds, a foundation pupil, shows how.

It’s simple, cheap and – best of all – doesn’t  need a battery. Skipping has a strong hold on pupils of Warragul Primary School, and on Tuesday afternoon they brought it all together at the annual school skipathon. PE teacher

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Successful walkathon

All smiles during the warm-up at Warragul Primary School ahead of the walkathon are (from left) Baylee Williames, Ella Parker, Olivia Walker, Jasmine Page Ferguson and Olivia McDougal.

Warragul Primary School students raised almost $2000 during a Walkathon on Friday, November 14. With further funds to come, the school reported the successful day had raised $1937 towards purchasing and installing an oven. The oven, to be placed in

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