Oberon Public | Students and Columbia residents read all about it

ON THE SAME PAGE: Oberon Public School student Charlie enjoys a book with Columbia Aged Care resident Jean Whalan.
ON THE SAME PAGE: Oberon Public School student Charlie enjoys a book with Columbia Aged Care resident Jean Whalan.

OBERON Public School students are continuing to visit Columbia Aged Care facility to read to residents.

Each Friday, one of our classes from kindergarten to year six walk from school to the nursing home and are treated with morning tea and lots of smiley faces when they arrive.

The residents thoroughly enjoy listening to the students read and look forward to their weekly visits. 

The Oberon aged care facility is a fully accredited nursing home that has been purpose built to suit the needs of the Oberon community.

The facility opened in May 2015 and is now home to more than 60 residents.

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EXTRA ACTIVITIES

OBERON Public students have the opportunity to engage in extracurricular activities throughout their lunchtime.

Students have been enjoying football, basketball, cartooning, yoga, gardening and much more.

Each of the activities is directed by a teacher and the activities change daily throughout the week.