Fiesta is a day of celebration where the Community School opens its doors for a day of fun, food and entertainment – all drawn from its incredibly talented student body, staff and parents.
The day will also host the official opening of its new buildings, worth $1.5 million.
“Teachers will be on hand to chat and show prospective parents around the classrooms,” said Matt Syme, Byron Community Primary School Director.
“The student bands will perform and the finalists from the 2010 Talent Quest will share their myriad of skills, from song to circus to dance. It’s a great family day with lots of food, colour and music, as well as activities for the littlies.”
In a major coup, the school will host the official launch of Michael Turner’s new album ‘Spikey and Friends.’
“There will be raffles, performances from staff and the wider community too” Mr Syme said.
Byron Community Primary Schools aims to provide innovative and holistic education to develop every child’s potential for intellectual, emotional and physical learning.
“Our school provides a safe, welcoming and compassionate environment where children, parents and staff are honoured,” said Mr Syme, “and this is evident when interacting with our wonderful students.”
Byron Community Primary School is located on the corner Ruskin and Tennyson Streets, Byron Bay.
PICTURE: Byron Community Primary School students perform in Ch Ch Changes.