All for one, |onesies for all

Program support officer Pam Wall, Lydia Wells, Shelby Hassett, principal David Hall, Hubert Smith and Aimee Spells. Picture: Martin Kennealey  d446787
Program support officer Pam Wall, Lydia Wells, Shelby Hassett, principal David Hall, Hubert Smith and Aimee Spells. Picture: Martin Kennealey d446787

STUDENTS and teachers in Banksia Grove pulled on their quirkiest onesies to fundraise for a parenting support organisation.

Neerabup Primary School students and staff teamed up with the local Child and Parent Centre for a dress-up day on November 20.

They raised $479 for the Good Night’s Sleep Campaign co-ordinated by Ngala, a not-for-profit organisation helping parents with babies and young children.

Principal David Hall said the school had developed a strong partnership with Ngala, which runs the Child and Parent Centre on the school’s grounds.

“Our school is proud to be working alongside an organisation that has a long history of helping families,” he said.

“Such opportunities are very important to our school as they provide platforms for conversations with our students about how they can help those in need of support.”

Ngala’s Child and Parent Centre Neerabup staff Pam Wall and Jo McLennan also dressed in onesies and collected gold coin donations on the day.