Repton Public School students have returned eagerly after the holidays with all 65 children keen to get back into learning.
The school has happily welcomed nine new kindy learners into its small community.
Mrs Lemmes has used the experienced Year 1 students to show them that students are respectful, responsible and resilient at Repton Public School.
They have a safe and expressive learning space, with small classes, individualised programs and experiences that support a variety of skills and interests.
Principal Kirsty Glyde said everyone was looking forward to seeing the children grow and do amazing things.
"The new students have settled easily in to school routines and are enjoying a good mix of learning and creative play," Mrs Glyde said.
Students are able to engage with many programs including the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden program, extensive music and arts programs, Riverwatch activities and sporting opportunities.