Monday, 15 December 2014

Woolloomooloo, school

13 comments:

  1. I don't think I have ever seen such a conversion to add space to a school. Adds so much character to the school environment. Great idea.

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    1. It's a curious set up indeed and a strange thing is that the school is no longer in Plunkett Street, yet it retained the name.

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  2. In Poland, it's winter now.
    I'll be the Australian sun warmed.
    Regards.

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  3. Wonderful blog with processed extraordinary that give great beauty.

    Best Regards from Gran Canaria - Canary Islands (Spain)

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    1. It's a Primary School so Kindergarten to Year 6, which is for students aged 5-11.

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  5. Hello Jim,

    What a glorious blue sky! Thanks for playing today.

    I'm looking forward to reading your comment on my Christmas ornaments post. Please come back.

    Happy Blue Monday!

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  6. I love this....how fun to go to school in such a charming place.

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  7. Such a beautiful blue sky. The interesting buildings are quote unique but always good to preserve buildings and save space. Enjoy a woderful week Jim!

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  8. I agree, it does look llike a very upbeat place to go to school - I hope that the inside is as happy looking as the outside!
    And thanks for giving me the opportunity to try pronouncing Woolloomooloo yet again - I just love it :)

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