The school on the island state of Tasmania had been holding a celebration on Thursday to mark the end of the school year.
The children who died included two boys and two girls in year 6, which would make them 10 or 11 years old, said Tasmania police commissioner Darren Hine. Police later confirmed a fifth child had died in hospital.
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