RAINBOW PRESENTATION: The students of Copmanhurst Public School take the stage at the Small Schools, Big Impact concert on Wednesday night. Another 10 of the Valley’s small schools also performed.
RAINBOW PRESENTATION: The students of Copmanhurst Public School take the stage at the Small Schools, Big Impact concert on Wednesday night. Another 10 of the Valley’s small schools also performed.

Small schools make a big impact at concert

ELEVEN small schools from the Clarence Valley performed for the Small Schools, Big Impact concert on Wednesday night.

It was a high-energy night of music, singing and dance with colourful, creative costumes and sets.

It was standing room only at the South Grafton High School Hall, with children, parents, teachers, grandparents and even some of the teachers' parents turning up for the show.

The night opened with "Welcome to Country" presented by Aboriginal liaison officer Kerry Skinner, and was followed by the Ulmarra, Wooli, Chatsworth Island, Harwood Island, Cowper, Lawrence, Iluka, Tucabia, Nymboida, Copmanhurst and Coutts Crossing public schools' performances.

Schools will be sending photos to The Daily Examiner so look out for them in coming editions.

Click here to send your photos to the Daily Examiner.



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