New brand, same values for Halidon PS in Kingsley

Principal Helen Demiris with Aven Drewett and Eliza Burgess. Picture: Martin Kennealey
MLA Jessica Stojkovski, principal Helen Demiris, Eliza Burgess, Aven Drewett,  MP Ian Goodenough and Jodie Drewett (school board chair). Picture: Martin Kennealey
Principal Helen Demiris with Aven Drewett and Eliza Burgess. Picture: Martin Kennealey MLA Jessica Stojkovski, principal Helen Demiris, Eliza Burgess, Aven Drewett, MP Ian Goodenough and Jodie Drewett (school board chair). Picture: Martin Kennealey

HALIDON Primary School has marked its first year as an independent public school with a complete rebranding

Principal Helen Demiris said the school community decided to develop a new identity but maintain its 30-year reputation.

“Part of the rebranding process is the production of a new school logo,” she said.

“The change to the logo is significant and is extremely meaningful to all Halidonians.

“The representation of the owl in the logo relates to the two species of owl that reside on the school site – the tawny frog mouth and the boobook owl.

“With our association with the Friends Of Yellagonga, we have been granted an owl nesting box to be located on our site later in the year.

“The yellow crown of the owl holds many meanings – it is the Lillyarrie flower featured in our previous logo incorporating our 30-year history.

“It is also open pages of a book depicting the endless supply of knowledge and finally it is a sunrise signifying our new beginning.”

The school launched its brand on July 28.

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