Over 160 students entertained shoppers at Centro Toormina.
Over 160 students entertained shoppers at Centro Toormina. Trevor Veale

Dancers mob Centro shops

THIS week is all about children, parents and local communities joining together in celebration of education.

Education Week showcases the wonderful programs and initiatives happening in schools across the state and it kicked off on Monday at Centro Toormina with a huge, enthusiastic flash mob of dancers from across the region.

More than 160 students from six schools entertained shoppers with a display of dance moves.

The dancers were part of a NSW statewide simultaneous launch performed by thousands of public school students.

Director-General of Education and Communities, Dr Michele Bruniges is encouraging people to visit public schools during Education Week to see first-hand the achievements of students and teachers and to support local community events celebrating and showcasing education week activity.



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