There was a parade of colourful hat as Colo Vale public school held its Easter hat parade on April 11.
The mufti day and parade were organised by the year 6 welfare committee who chose to charge students a gold coin to dress up. The money raised was donated to a World Vision child sponsored by the school.
Family, friends and community members turned out for the event at Colo Vale public school, which displayed the many creative and unique Easter hat designs made by the students and their families.
Following the parade, the school organised an Easter egg hunt which was assisted by the welfare committee and parents stayed back for a family picnic.
The school's P&C committee also organised a morning BBQ and helped with the Easter raffle, with lucky students walking away with plenty of chocolate.
Joining the festivities was Theaslea pre-school which had six children join the parade with their home made Easter hats.
As an end of term treat, students were rewarded with a movie and popcorn for their good behaviour through out the school term. The reward for exceptional behaviour is part of the school's positive behaviour for leaning program.
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