At the beginning of Term 3 Trindy enjoyed a week of celebrating the letter 'P' by coming along to school dressed as either pirates or princesses.

On the final day of the week the rest of the school was envious to see all the Friday Trindy students cosy and warm in their pyjamas. How awesome to wake up and just roll up to school without needing to change!


Dressing up all week not only helped our Trindy students extend their knowledge of the letter 'P', but raised the awareness of National Pyjama day!

National Pyjama Day is all about wearing bedtime best throughout the day to help The Pyjama Foundation raise much-needed awareness and funds for children in foster care.

By wearing their favourite PJ’s and making a donation, Trindy helped to make a difference to the lives of foster children. The money raised will be used to help fund educational resources and to provide stable, positive relationships for children in need.

Practically perfect! 

~ This particularly lovely story was contributed by Mrs Linda Langford, Year 3L teacher, and SCC story writer.

To find out more about Summerland's Trindy program (Transition to Kindergarten) click here.

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