IT was an occasion to put in the memory banks of the children of Tea Gardens Primary, who recently got to show off their school and their talents on Grandparents Day.
Around 200 pops and nannas, grandmas and grandpas were given the chance to check out classrooms and find out first hand what their grandchildren are learning and creating.
Principal Mark Clemson told News Of The Area, “We held a special assembly which gave me a chance to talk about the importance of grandparents.”
“I was holding my four-month-old son Charlie and highlighted how grandparents really do make the difference to the lives of their grandkids and how, as parents, we couldn’t do without their support,” Mark said.
There was plenty of applause as each class put on an assembly performance, song or play.
Everyone was then able to share in a special morning tea.
Just a reminder, the Tea Gardens Primary School Art and Craft Show is coming up over the Easter Break.
The event runs from 6pm Thursday 13 April, then 9am to 5pm on Friday 14, Saturday 15, Sunday 16 and Monday 17 April.
For more information or to find an entry form for your art and/or craft creation go to
By Margie TIERNEY