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Alex Williams, Gypsy Clayton, Isabella Cowie and Caprice Holmes splash some colours into the school bathrooms.

Graduates leave their mark

THE Gidgegannup Primary School graduating class of 2021 have left behind a bit of love and encouragement to promote student wellbeing after a challenging year.

The Year 6 cohort were inspired to design and paint doors and walls in the school bathrooms as a part of the School Toilet Project initiative to brighten dull school toilets.

Parent Deanna Holmes said it had been a difficult year for all students.

“After a tough start to the year with the Wooroloo bushfire, the students thought this would be the perfect initiative to implement at the school to promote wellbeing amongst the students,” she said

“The toilet doors got a coat of paint and each door has its own personalised quote with artwork and a vibrant colour.

“The graduating class thought it would be the perfect gift to the school that would be appreciated for years to come.”

Artist and school parent Nicola Cowie donated paint as well as  her time and skills to help finish the project.

Students, parents and teachers all helped to get the job done.

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