Quintilian in fundraising craze
QUINTILIAN School students flourished fabulous hair styles on June 1 to raise funds for Cystic Fibrosis WA (CFWA).
All students could get involved with ‘Crazy Hair Day’ for a gold coin donation, with the school aiming to encourage children to learn about the hardships of others through various causes.
“In 2017 the school did Pirate Day for children’s brain cancer, and this year we went back to cystic fibrosis to keep different awareness happening,” principal Neil Collins said.
“We’ve also done diabetes awareness at the school.”
CFWA’S Marnie Thomson at Quintilian School.