MORE than 200 Regents Park Public School students have celebrated their learning success at a Rewards Day Picnic (pictured) at Guilfoyle Park.
The day included a fun filled day of fitness and sporting activities including face painting, t-ball, 'parachuting', soccer and a fun obstacle course.
"The number of students attending the Rewards Day was very encouraging which reflected their impressive behaviour over Term 2," a school spokesperson said.
"The overwhelming positive response from parents was evident in their attendance, enthusiasm and feedback."
Students, parents and staff enjoyed the fun filled activities and picnic lunch as well as the supportive community event.
"We look forward to many more such days where we celebrate student achievement, a love of learning and a positive approach to learning," the spokesperson said.
"This philosophy is the foundation of the Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) to which we are proud to be committed."