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Booral Public School Young Leaders

Booral School Captains, Mia and Griffin, attended a ‘Young Leaders’ conference in Sydney last week. Students are selected by their schools or community groups as possessing leadership potential. Some schools send the students they have recently appointed to leadership positions such as SRC members, Prefects, and School Captains. The program is designed to benefit any […]

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Stroud kids are off to compete at the State

It was a huge day at the Regional Carnival in Maitland today. Stroud Public School competed in the P5 Schools relay and qualified to compete at the State Swimming Carnival at Homebush. Mums, Dads and Grandparents all cheered the kids on as they swam their little hearts out and came in 3rd, missing out on 2nd […]

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Booral Public School Market

Twilight Market & Outdoor Movie Night NEW DATE TO BE ADVISED from 5.30pm Enquiries: Dayanna Finch 0414 013 802  booralpandc@gmail.com

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Stroud kids swimming in the Regional Carnival

Stroud Public School’s relay team is competing at the Regional Swimming Carnival in Maitland this week. Good luck kids! Congratulations to all the kids who competed in the Combined Schools Swimming Carnival on Tuesday 14 February. Your fantastic sportsmanship was a joy to watch, well done kids. And a big thank you to the event organisers, […]

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Twilight Market & Outdoor Movie Night

Booral Public School Saturday 5 November Market from – 5.30pm Movie starts – 7.45pm  

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Booral Public School Anzac Commemorative Ceremony

Once again, the students at Booral Public School have left us in awe after their mature, respectful conduct at yesterday’s Anzac Commemorative Ceremony. The ceremony was conducted by School Captains, Madison and Charlotte, and included readings from students in Kindergarten to Year 6 and presentations by representatives from the local RSL Sub-Branches, community members, former […]

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