Emmaline Newley, Riley Schmidt and Lucy Williams showed off their new St Mary’s Kindy t-shirts at the new building yesterday.
Emmaline Newley, Riley Schmidt and Lucy Williams showed off their new St Mary’s Kindy t-shirts at the new building yesterday. Erin Smith

Kindy kiddies all welcome

THERE is a new kid on the block, well a new kindy anyway now that St Mary's Kindergarten has opened its doors.

Kindy director Marie Sullivan said they had good numbers.

"There are still vacancies left though," she said.

"People are welcome to come in and have a look around with the prospect of enrolling."

There are two groups of students, named Yellow A who attend Monday, Tuesday and every alternate Wednesday and then Green B who attend Thursday, Friday and every other Wednesday.

Kindy student/ mermaid Stella Leslie loved being able to spend the day with her tail in the sand.

Stella introduced herself as Ariel, the little mermaid.

"The costume is blue like the colour of the sea," she said.

There is also a stage and sandpit outside and plenty of blocks, puzzles and craft materials to keep them busy inside.

The kindergarten is near the school's upper campus on Palmerin St.



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