THE Scarsdale Old Boys and Girls Association is set for tradition that has been going every year since 1906 with the annual two-day reunion starting on Friday.
And anyone who even spent a half a day as a student at Scarsdale Primary School, now Woady Yaloak Primary School is invited to come along and enjoy the festivities.
The two day reunion, now in its 113th year sees past students come together to remember the days of the small community.
Scarsdale Old Boys and Girls secretary Gwenda Getsom said it was hoped that up to 40 past students will attend the two days, with a special get together with present day pupils.
"We start on Friday by having the former students visit the classroom and work with the youngsters," she said. "We do things like old fashioned writing, books and go through all the differences in going to school then and now.
"Then on the Saturday we have a get together luncheon from 12noon."
Ms Getsom joked that the Scarsdale scholars wasn't exactly a difficult club to get into.
"You only have to attended the school for half a day," she said. "My own son went to school for two days. In fact, having him go, it means we have now been involved for seven generations.
"I'm actually quite jealous of people in the older generation who are 80-90 years old as they have been attending this reunion every year for their whole life.
"A lot of them have been friends since they were five years old, personally I'm nearly 60 and our generation doesn't really have anything like that today."
The Scarsdale Old Boys and Girls reunion is at Woady Yaloak Primary School, Scarsdale campus on Friday and Saturday.
If you would like any details about the reunion, you can email email@example.com
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