Narara Public School students were a little more relaxed than usual on October 21 as they wore their favourite sleepwear for Pyjama day.
The day was a huge success, raising over $550 to go towards a coffee or hot chocolate tab at the Gosford Hospital Emergency Ward Café for nurses and doctors to purchase a beverage.
The money was raised through gold coin donations from the students and staff wearing their pyjamas.
The initiative was created to show hospital staff the school’s appreciation for their hard work and dedication.
Students wore pyjama’s long and short and games were played in the school’s most relaxed sports uniform yet.
The kids loved the freedom of wearing whatever they wanted and are already looking towards next year’s Pyjama Day.
The families who supported the event were thanked, and a special appreciation message was sent to the Leadership Team and Mr Ramm for their efforts in organising the initiative.