Primary school students at Bulahdelah Central School recently participated in Day for Daniel.
The largest child safety education and awareness day in the country, Day for Daniel honours the memory of Daniel Morcombe, who was abducted and killed on Queensland's Sunshine Coast in 2003.
On the day, students participated in fun, safe, age-appropriate events organised by year five and six students.
They also took part in class activities during the week that focussed on the Daniel Morcombe Foundation's key child protection and well-being messages of Recognise, React and Report.
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$170 in gold coin donations was raised by the students to support the foundation.
Bulahdelah Central School teacher Warren Gibbs praised everyone involved in the event.
"Thanks to all the students, organiser Angie Vella and all staff who made this day a significant day on the calendar," he said.
To find out more about the Daniel Morcombe Foundation, click here.
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