Sunbury Primary School pupils and staff will have 150 reasons to celebrate at the weekend.
The school community will be commemorating 150 years of education in style with a vintage fair.
Principal Amanda Busuttil said she was excited to be a part of the school’s milestone.
“It’s an incredible school on any given day,” she said. “To be leading this community on that day, celebrating 150 years in education is very special and certainly a highlight for me in this role.
“The school’s got quite a significant history and this is just another part of its history that hopefully we’re going to be able to share with present students and past families.”
Ms Busuttil said the fair was about bringing past and present school families together for a fun-filled day.
“There’ll be lots of carnival rides and entertainment, there’s an interactive wildlife show and a petting zoo,” she said. “There’ll be arts and crafts, we’ll have in excess of 20 food trucks here pony rides [and] an official ceremony.
“We’ve invited past members from the school staff to play a significant part in the official opening. We’re really looking forward to seeing this place a real hive of activity on that day. .”
The fair is on Saturday, October 19 at Sunbury Primary School, The Heights, between 4-9pm.
Unlimited ride wristbands cost $30.