Pupils strut their stuff at Polyfest

Kaitangata School pupils showed some team spirit in black and white during the Otago Polyfest at...
Kaitangata School pupils showed some team spirit in black and white during the Otago Polyfest at the Edgar Centre in Dunedin yesterday.
George St Normal School stormed the stage with their act.
George St Normal School stormed the stage with their act.
Performers from Wee Nippers Mosgiel put their game faces on at Otago Polyfest yesterday.
Performers from Wee Nippers Mosgiel put their game faces on at Otago Polyfest yesterday.

More action on Otago Polyfest day three at the Edgar Centre in Dunedin yesterday, as school and early childhood centres took to the stage to celebrate Maori and Pacific cultures.

No spectators are allowed in the building, but the event is being livestreamed online.

Photographer Peter McIntosh was there.

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