STUDENTS from Holy Rosary Primary are holding a “Movies on the Green” event on Friday to raise money for the school.
The event will be held on the school grounds, with recent release Wreck-it-Ralph played on the big screen from 8.30pm.
School principal Justin Lloyd said Sports Education and Development Australia (SEDA) would also be running activities for kids from 6pm.
“While we are waiting for it to get dark students from SEDA will be operating a range of activities for families,” he said. “There will be a jumping castle, face painting and lots of other activities to entertain the kids.”
Mr Lloyd said this was the first time the school had organised a movie night and he hoped it would become an annual school event.
He said anyone was welcome to come along and tickets could be bought at the school office or on the night, with all money raised to go towards Holy Rosary.
A barbecue dinner and fairy floss, popcorn and drinks will be available to buy prior to the movie.
The cost of tickets is $5 per person or $20 for a family of six people and families are asked to bring along a chair, bean bag or rug to sit on.