26.8 C
Byron Shire
February 28, 2021

Coorabell Public School’s Jungle Doof

Latest News

Truth

Dr Matt Landos, East Ballina There is the real news and then there is the fake news. The radio news announced...

Other News

Research takes the vegan option to a new level

A project by Flinders University will see their Centre for Marine Bioproducts Development fishing for new vegan ideas.

The lunatics have taken over the asylum…

The Zombies of the Climate ApoCOALpse have today swarmed around Queensland's Parliament House this morning to highlight impending climate chaos.

Music fest aims to be COVID-19 recovery event

Byron Bay could host a two-day, beachside music and arts festival in June this year, after an application to hold the event was lodged with Byron Council.

‘The Great Reset’

Gary Opit, Wooyung I appreciated the letter by Lucas Wright (17 February) on the Great Reset conspiracy fantasy. With our...

Belongil beach hut

L S Lambert, Byron Bay The illegal building on Belongil Beach (Letters, 12 February) is a permanent structure with no...

Truth

Dr Matt Landos, East Ballina There is the real news and then there is the fake news. The radio news announced...

Coorabell PS kids having way too much fun at their jungle disco. Victoria Dombroski.

Maia Borrack

Last Friday the students of Coorabell Public School transformed their library into a sparkling jungle, in preparation for their most epic disco yet.

Over 100 students dressed as their favourite animals and were entranced by DJ Shorty Brown, who played a range of tunes from the jungle theme to pop.

Parents, teachers and kids enjoying jungle fun. Photo Victoria Dombroski.

The disco ran on late into the afternoon. Students lead their parents and  teachers with their best dance moves.

Simon from Coorabell Public School P&C says, ‘the disco was simply to bring the students and our community together in a fun environment.’

Coorabell Public School runs meaningful community focussed events every term. They make sure to keep the events as sustainable as possible using reusable plates and cups. Replacing glow sticks with face paint and using plant based decorations.

 

Maia Borrack is on Year 10 Work Experience


Support The Echo

Keeping the community together and the community voice loud and clear is what The Echo is about. More than ever we need your help to keep this voice alive and thriving in the community.

Like all businesses we are struggling to keep food on the table of all our local and hard working journalists, artists, sales, delivery and drudges who keep the news coming out to you both in the newspaper and online. If you can spare a few dollars a week – or maybe more – we would appreciate all the support you are able to give to keep the voice of independent, local journalism alive.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Monkey see

Daniel Brown, Byron Bay Back in my early youth growing up in Mt Eliza Victoria in the ‘90s I’d secretly look up to and admire...

Australia’s bastardry

Gareth W R Smith, Byron Bay Australia has a long string of racist and anti-humanitarian policies. These range from its treatment of Aboriginal people, complicity...

Mt Warning ban

Chris Gee, Byron Bay Indigenous readers be advised that the following letter contains references to persons deceased. I read with some interest and also, I am...

‘The Great Reset’

Gary Opit, Wooyung I appreciated the letter by Lucas Wright (17 February) on the Great Reset conspiracy fantasy. With our privileged, western, simplistic understanding of...