Good Shepherd Lutheran College’s Junior Years students enjoyed a fantastic afternoon of colourful fun and fitness while raising over $6,000 for the Salvation Army Noosa.
The Prep to Year 5 students raised money by seeking sponsorships from family and friends, with the final tally being the culmination of only a month’s worth of fundraising.
Junior Years head Tim Lambert said with Christmas just around the corner the timing couldn’t be better to give to the Salvos.
The event was supported by the local fire brigade who operated the large water hoses; adding an extra special element to the day for the College’s youngest students.
Teachers also joined in the fun lending a hand in the water department with pump action water pistols to ensure everyone was thoroughly drenched.
“Students, parent and teachers all enjoyed being blasted with water and covered in colour,” Mr Lambert said.
“I actually have a sneaky suspicion that the parents and teachers might have had more fun than the students.”