In what will go down as the most challenging year of all time for students and teachers, the youngest learners have taken it all in their stride.
Kindergarten pupils celebrated their 100th day of learning at William Stimson Public School on Friday. The students celebrated by dressing up as the person that they would like to be when they grow up. If the costumes were anything to go by, the graduating class of 2032 will have a lot a doctors and police officers joining the profession.
"This year has come with its share of challenges, but our kindergarten students have demonstrated that with resilience and a determined effort anything is possible," kindergarten teacher Michael Curry said.
"The students had a great day exploring games played over 100 years ago, made and built objects using 100 pieces and created some wonderful memories to take home with them. The staff look forward to celebrating the next 100 days of learning ahead."