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Rosella Park School concert a wonderful celebration of year

The students at Rosella Park enjoy their Christmas Concert.
The students at Rosella Park enjoy their Christmas Concert. Tom Huntley

IT WAS more proof that the the kids at Rosella Park School can do anything!

The school held their annual Celebration Concert yesterday to the delight of parents, staff and many community members.

Principal Kate Russ said the concert was a wonderful celebration of everything during the year.

"Every year, we're never too sure how the kids will go with the crowds and the pressure of performing," Ms Russ said.

"But without fail, every student steps up to the plate."

Ms Russ said students had been rehearsing for the concert since half way through term three.

A highlight of the performance was the mass signing choir which wrapped up the event.

"Some of the children used signing to communicate but other students have learnt through the choir which rehearses once a week," Ms Russ said.

"They performed Silent Night."

Every student was presented with an award for their efforts throughout the year and the school captains for 2013 were announced.

 

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