Students enjoy Narranga Primary School?s annual swimming carnival at Coffs Harbour Olympic Pool yesterday.
Students enjoy Narranga Primary School?s annual swimming carnival at Coffs Harbour Olympic Pool yesterday.

Who would believe school?s back?



Darcy Homan, Ryan Close, Lewis Bear, Lauren French, Kiara Lindsay, Joseph Whalen and Rachel Vandenberg leap into the deep end at Narranga Primary School's annual swimming carnival at Coffs Harbour Olympic Pool yesterday. The carnival saw about 300 Narranga children from Years 3 to 6 hitting the water to cool off as well as to compete. Schools are back in the pool in a big way. Narranga principal Graham Doust said the school normally held its carnival the second week of the school term but there were so many schools using the pool they had to move the carnival to the third day of the new school year. "It's been an organisational nightmare, but a very successful day and a good way to start school," he said. Photo: CHRIS RIX 02020301A



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