Students put feet forward
Staff and students at Firth Primary School had fun mixing it up on Friday to help a worthwhile cause. Odd Shoe Day is a new fundraising initiative which supports Camp Quality in New Zealand.
Camp Quality is a non-profit volunteer organisation providing support programmes for up to 200 children, aged 5 to 16, living with cancer.
Principal James Eldridge said the day was an easy, fun and inexpensive way for students to show their support.
As well as helping to raise awareness, the children also made a gold coin donation.
Pictured in their odd pairs are Katie Kenworthy, Troy Mercer, Mr Eldridge, Amy Mohring and Amber Bailey.