Naracoorte South Primary School's oldest students Ross Muegge (left) and Vicki Munro (right) who attended in 1963 unveil the new sign with the youngest students Maisy Hosking and Archie Ebert who both started in 2013.
Unveiling the new sign.
The school band plays to the crowd.
The school band.
Guests look around the school's new Science and Sustainabilty Centre - an interactive room for children to learn in.
Scientist in School Dan Newson does a demonstration in the Science and Sustainability Centre.
The choir performs.
Naracoorte South Primary School 50th birthday: Guests are asked to stand in the appropriate section of a venn diagram on the oval. The sections are for "students", "staff" and "parents".
Balloons are released as part of the celebration.
Vicki Gill (student 1979 to 1986, parent 2002 to now, staff 2011 to now), Kym Shepherd (student 1979 to 1985, parent 2011 to now, staff 2000 to now) and Deb Henschke (student 1967 to 1973, parent 1981 to 1993 and current staff member) have had ties with the school for a long time.
Family members of the late Shirley Bennett Leanne Schinckel and Bridget Bennett plant tree in her memory on the school grounds.
Planting the tree.
Principals Ian Martin (1978 to 1986), Anna Young (2006 to now), Michaela Ford (July 2004 to December 2004) and Derek Blackwell (1986 to July 2004) cut the 50th birthday cake.
Naracoorte South Primary School 50th birthday: Naracoorte South Primary School's first teacher's aids Joy Bricknell, Charlene Roberts who travelled from Warnambool for the celebrations, secretary/ receptionist/ treasurer Doreen Williams from Queensland and teacher's aid Shirley Chapple.
Naracoorte South Primary School 50th birthday: Naracoorte South Primary School "Kids in Charge" student Lucy Telfer chats to ex-relief teacher Anne Hannaford.
NARACOORTE South Primary School held its 50th birthday celebrations on the weekend of September 20.
Past and present students, staff and parents came to join in the festivities which included school tours, a roll call, the cake cutting and plenty of anecdotes.