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Generations to celebrate

ANNIVERSARY: Matthew, Kristie, Jeffrey, Darcy, Beth and Grace Field are looking forward to Keiraville Public School’s upcoming 125th anniversary celebrations. Picture: Brendan Crabb MULTIPLE generations of the Field family are on board to help celebrate the history of one of the Illawarra’s oldest schools.
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It’ll be atime of nostalgia for current and formerKeiraville Public Schoolstaff, students and parentsas the school marks its125th anniversary.

A celebration dinnerwill take place onSaturday, September 10 from 7pmto 11pm atCentro CBD, Wollongong.

Among those involved with the celebrationsis former Keiraville Public teacher andGwynneville residentBeth Field, 68.

Her three children, Jeffrey, Matthew and Kristie, all attendedthe school.

Also, two of her grandchildren –Jeff’s children Grace, 15, and Darcy, 12 –were students there.

“I first started doing casual work here in 1973, and probably in the ‘80s I ended up getting a job three days a week during the RFF,” Bethsaid.

“I retired nine years ago. The school’s a lot larger now. We live around the corner so I guess I’ve watched the school grow, I’ve watched my children come here.

“I’ve seen a lot more classrooms be opened up, the numbers increase.

“Keiraville hasalways been a close-knit community, and the parents have always been very much involved.”

She taught all three of her children, and taught Grace during her first year at the school.

Matthew, a former school captain,said he had “really good memories” of Keiraville Public, particularly sport and music-related activities.

“It was a geographically big area to run around in, not as constricted as some of the other schools that have small grounds,” he said.

Grace said it was a “really good experience coming to this school”.

“I made lots of friends and I still have those relationships these days,” she said.

“I remember (inher first year)always sitting on the floor in the classrooms up there, and I remember every morning she (her grandmother) would say, ‘good morning class’, and I would always say, ‘good morning Nanna’ instead of Mrs Field.”

Current teacherSharynLow said Keiraville was among the region’s oldest schools.

“I think it being a close school to the escarpment and the mines,that was originally why the school was started,” she said.

A portion of the money raised from the dinner’sticket sales will be donated to Cancer Council Illawarra andthe Keiraville Public School 125-year committee.

This is an over 18’s event. The cost is$55per person.

Earlier that day there will also be an open day at the school from 9am-12 noon.

Phone4229 4117during school hours for more information, or if you have memorabilia that could be included in the celebrations.

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