On Tuesday the 30th of April KPS was visited by Camp Quality, which is an organisation aimed at helping all kids affected by cancer to thrive.
All students across the school attended a puppet show that was both hilarious and informative. The performance helped raise awareness and deepen students understanding about cancer, whilst always instilling their belief that “laughter is the best medicine”.
All students left the presentation with a smile on their faces and an appreciation of the struggles of kids with cancer.
A large number of KPS students attended the ANZAC Day Dawn service at the cenotaph in Coleman Park. The deeply moving ceremony included a musical piece from the KPS choir and was completed with a placing of wreath at the base of the monument by our school captains.
The school’s ANZAC Day assembly on the preceding Wednesday also highlighted the importance we place on remembering the fallen soldiers and paying our respects as a community.