Bribie Island State School P&C Association are also over the moon about the rave reviews of last week’s first ever school bush dance. P&C President Jo Myers-Cave said that the positive feedback from students, staff and parents has been overwhelming. “What’s not to love about food, fun, dancing and fireworks. We know we got the vibe right when our students can’t wait for next year already.”

Reflecting upon the event, the P&C President says that measuring success is not just down to financial gain. The sheer enjoyment and abundant fun of the evening means that the future for bush dances at BISS is assured. “Our event can only get bigger and better from these great beginnings.”

From preps through to the seniors, each year level practised their dancing during the term to perform on the night with Beefa’s bush band. Dancing was the perfect showcase to bring people together for a night of fun. “When putting on a major event for the first time, you need the support of a bold team who are enthusiastic and brave enough to even try.

Our school calendar is full of many wonderful events, but we really wanted to spice it up with something new and exciting that would turn into a celebration for all to enjoy.”

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