BAYSWATER Primary School will be going back to the future as part of its 125th anniversary celebrations.
The school’s P&C is holding a Back to the Future themed fete on November 24 from 10am to 3pm.
The fete will include a historical dress-up and photo booth, sideshow alley, old fashion games and a blender bike.
The City of Bayswater, Metronet, Bayswater Historical Society and Bayswater Men’s Shed will also be holding stalls.
Former student and father Nathan Setzinger, who was in the class of 1983, said it was a lovely connection to have his daughter Edith attend the school.
“There are more classrooms, there is a new art block, the buildings have changed and there is a new library,” he said.
“The format has changed a bit.
“My classroom used to be one big and long classroom and now it is split into two.”
Mr Setzinger, now a teacher at Cecil Andrews College, said playing marbles, getting into trouble and being with the principal in the quadrangle were among his childhood memories.