SYDNEY, Nov 9 - Family, parents, students and staff linked to Banksia Road Primary School will gather in Lakemba to honour the boy's life at the local mosque on Thursday.

He died on Tuesday after an SUV driven by a 52-year-old mother Maha Al -Shennag killed the two boys when it smashed into their classroom.

Banksia Road Primary School reopened yesterday after the tragedy with additional teaching staff from nearby schools and grief counsellors sent from the Department of Education to support children, families and school staff.

Less than 90 of the 570 children enrolled at the school attended on Wednesday.

All but one of the 54 teachers were at work.

The school gates were lined with flowers, balloons and a makeshift memorial filled with tributes on Wednesday.

Two eight-year-old girls and a nine-year-old girl were taken to hospital after the crash at the Greenacre school, and two of them were discharged on Wednesday afternoon.

Al-Shennag has been charged with dangerous and negligent driving occasioning death.