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More than 5,000 public school students have headed back to school today.

Wayne Scott, the Minister of Education, visited Heron Bay Primary School, T.N. Tatem Middle School, Gilbert Primary School and Purvis Primary School to wish the youngsters good luck.

Send your back to school photographs to rgphoto@royalgazette.com

Wayne Scott, the education minister, greets children as they return to school today (Photograph supplied)
Wayne Scott, the education minister, greets children as they return to school today (Photograph supplied)
Wayne Scott, the education minister, greets children as they return to school today (Photograph supplied)
Wayne Scott, the education minister, greets children as they return to school today (Photograph supplied)
Wayne Scott, the education minister, greets children as they return to school today (Photograph supplied)
Wayne Scott, the education minister, greets children as they return to school today (Photograph supplied)

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Published September 08, 2016 at 1:31 pm (Updated September 08, 2016 at 1:31 pm)

Scott meets children on first day of school

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