First day of kindy for Tomaree Peninsular kids

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Bailey Westling, 5, with mum Lauren at St Philip’s Christian College.

Best thing for Bailey is going to be “Playing with his friends.”
Lauren said, “It’s an exciting time and I feel he is ready for school.”

Bailey Westling with mum Lauren.
Bailey Westling with mum Lauren.

Andrew Zappis, 5, with mum Helen at St Philip’s Christian College..
Andrew said he was “Excited to start school.”
Helen told News Of The Area, “He was up at 6.15am, he is very excited and I am going to miss him at home, but he is ready for school.”

Andrew Zappis with mum Helen.
Andrew Zappis with mum Helen.

Macy Findlay, 5, with mum and dad, Shelley and Matthew at St Philip’s Christian College..
Macy is looking forward to “Learning and writing.”
Matthew said, “It’s the end of an era and the start of a new one.”
Shelley feels Macy is ready and will enjoy being at school.

Macy Findley with mum Shelley and dad Matthew.
Macy Findley with mum Shelley and dad Matthew.

Ryan Weingott, 5, with dad Angus at Tomaree Public School..
Ryan is looking forward to “Making new friends.”
Angus said, “I am very excited for him.”

Ryan Weingott with dad Angus.
Ryan Weingott with dad Angus.

Mia Jones, 5 ready for Tomaree Public School.
Mia said, “I’m very excited to make some friends and meet my buddy.”

Mia Jones.
Mia Jones.

By Mandy ELLIS

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