Fairfield High School and Fairfield Public School students combined for a collaborative learning and performance piece for Education Week last Wednesday.
The school’s Intensive English Centre students used dance as a way to combine Australia and Assyrian cultures as part of several dance routines performed as part of the three-day event at Neeta City.
There was also Bollywood dancing and students from the school’s Football 4 Development program displayed their football prowess.
Meanwhile, Fairfield Public School pupils took their lessons on the road with parents and the community invited to open classrooms.
Fairfield High School’s Community Engagement Officer, Deborah Elliott-Edwards, said: “It was great that the two schools were able to come together to showcase their talented students and at the same time bring together parents and the community through learning.
“It was great to see members of the community watching and performing with our students.”
It was great the two schools came together to showcase their talented students and at the same time bring together parents and the community.