Kyra Kedgley, Scarlett Livingstone, Eloise Muller and Reece Conroy, along with Year 1 teacher Verna Hurst, get together once a week to discuss helping various charities.
‘So far we have supported Save the Children Fund, Save the Elephants, a pasta collection for Manna Industries and a sock collection for the homeless in Perth,’ Ms Hurst said.
‘I believe in a holistic education and offer all my students a myriad of opportunities to immerse themselves and discover their personal qualities.
‘The girls found the whole experience to be very humbling and in their words ‘made them feel good’.’
The group also left scarfs around Perth parks and hospitals.
Parents and grandparents were recruited to help knit the scarfs.