The students of St Kevin’s Primary School should be commended for their outstanding
leadership and values, State Labor Member for Narre Warren South Judith Graley said today.

Ms Graley visited the school to discuss the three levels of government with students and took in a tour of their new Sacred Garden.

During construction students designed tiles that represented the common values of the St Kevin’s community for their new garden.

 “I am constantly impressed by not only the knowledge of students at St Kevin’s, but their compassion and genuine interest in helping others,”

“There is little doubt that we have a number of young leaders on our hands that are
sure to play important leadership roles within our community for years to come.”

Ms Graley was also touched to find a tile designed by Bevan, a student who sadly passed away earlier this year.

Following his death students rallied together and paid their respects by visiting Bevan’s tile in the garden.

“The Sacred Garden was opened on Harmony Day and I cannot think of a more perfect
time for such a peaceful and calming place to celebrate its opening,”

“Not only will students and staff have their own little getaway but also a beautiful
place to remember Bevan,”

“It is a truly special place, one made so by the outstanding efforts of students
and staff alike.”