Students in the Junior School went radical, sporting colourful, weird and wonderful hairstyles for Crazy Hair Day in Term Three. The initiative helped raise more than $1000 for the Lukemia Foundation. 

The idea to hold a Crazy Hair Day for the Junior School on the last day of the term, came about from our chosen topics of childhood illness and genetic diseases. We had been researching these topics as part of our PYP Exhibition. 

We have chosen that all the funds would to the Leukemia Foundation because it is a form of cancer that can be very hard to cure, and it is very painful. Also, it can be a form of a genetic disease and Leukemia can be in children. 

We successfully raised $1106 throughout the whole Junior School!

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