Year 6 Graduating in Style


King's Pimpama Year 6 students swapped their Primary School uniforms for evening attire on Wednesday, as they came together in the Auditorium for their graduation celebrations, themed as a 1950's diner. This event marked an important milestone for the cohort, as they prepared to finish Primary School and begin their journey as High School students. It was a hot summer's evening as our guests arrived, glowing with excitement for the night ahead. Countless photos were taken with family and friends before the formalities began. King's Pimpama Campus Principal, Mr Verreynne, and Head of Primary, Mrs Malcolm, welcomed our guests and presented each student with a personalised Bible and their graduation certificate. As parents departed, students enjoyed a two-course dinner, a highlights video, a fun trivia quiz, baby photos and lively dancing. The night was filled with mixed emotions - the joy of reminiscing over many happy memories from their years in primary and the excitement of starting High School, with the sadness of leaving their primary school life behind. Our students have grown so much throughout their learning journey at King's so far. We are so proud of the young men and women they have become and are excited to see all that God has ahead for them.

Thank you to our staff and parents for helping create such an incredible event for our Year 6 cohort. Thank you students for all that you have brought to our Primary School community over the years. We pray that you continue to thrive as High School students at King's.

To read a copy of Mrs Malcolm's speech, click here