School’s Day for Daniel raises funds, awareness
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.
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.