Pictured are Seahorse class pupils with teachers Belinda Eadsforth and Minh McCloy at the frog pond
Pictured are Seahorse class pupils with teachers Belinda Eadsforth and Minh McCloy at the frog pond

Frog pond filmwins festival



A film about a frog pond has turned out to be a winner for the Byron Bay Community School.

The documentary-style film, Where Have All the Frogs Gone, won the junior environmental category in the Australian Primary School Film Festival run by Dreamworld and Coomera State School.

The film was a project of the Years 1 and 2 Seahorse class and teacher, Belinda Eadsforth.

Focus of the film was a frog pond built at the school last year and which failed to attract any frogs.

A large contingent of pupils, parents and teachers attended the recent awards night at Dreamworld where the award-winning film makers received a trophy.


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