Hawker Park PS students get down and dirty at annual mud day


Teacher Mrs Jones and Arabella. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475375

Tynuka Reed. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475375

Hamish Hadfield. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475375

Jason Wang and Noah Wilson. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475375

Lydia Spanier. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475375

Theo Fry. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475375
Hawker Park PS students get down and dirty at annual mud day
Teacher Mrs Jones and Arabella. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475375 Tynuka Reed. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475375 Hamish Hadfield. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475375 Jason Wang and Noah Wilson. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475375 Lydia Spanier. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475375 Theo Fry. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475375

MUD was flying at a Warwick school but it was all in the name of fun.

Hawker Park Primary School hosted its annual mud day where 120 students took part in a range of messy play activities.

“It was so fantastic to see all children from kindy to year 2 collaborating by working out muddy games to play, digging mud trenches, playing together and having so much fun,” teacher Tess Jones said.

She said it promoted play-based learning to make education hands on, active, multisensory and fun.

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