School’s Day for Daniel raises funds, aware­ness

Narrogin Observer - - Observer News - Laura Gru­bisa

Pin­gelly Pri­mary School held a red day in sup­port of the Daniel Mor­combe Foun­da­tion last Fri­day.

Stu­dents and teach­ers were en­cour­aged to wear red for the day in ex­change for a gold coin do­na­tion and the school raised $133.

As part of the day stu­dents were treated to an af­ter­noon of fun and games with ac­tiv­i­ties like tick-tack-toe, thong throw­ing, bal­loon burst­ing and more.

The school also had mem­bers of the po­lice, fire bri­gade, am­bu­lance ser­vice and SES in at­ten­dance.

In prepa­ra­tion for the day, stu­dents pre­pared their own safety mes­sages, which were dis­played in the school’s assem­bly area.

Oc­to­ber 27 was the Day for Daniel where schools and busi­nesses were en­cour­aged to take part in Aus­tralia’s big­gest child-safety les­son and help raise funds for the foun­da­tion.

Pic­tures: Laura Gru­bisa

Stu­dents at Pin­gelly Pri­mary School were en­cour­aged to dress in red for a gold coin do­na­tion last Fri­day.

Tick-tack-toe was a pop­u­lar game with the stu­dents.

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