PHOTOS: Rainbow shirts inspire positive behaviour
IF STUDENTS from Taabinga State School were sitting in the sky today it would look like a rainbow.
That's according to Year 5 student Bridie Comello as students wore tie dye students they made to wear on the final day of term to celebrate their positive behaviour.
For Bridie her tie dyed T-shirt will also be a keepsake to look back on when she is older.
Taabinga early years co-ordinator, Shaque Dugdell, said it was the first time students had the chance to dye a shirt and create a sea of colour and brightness to help celebrate and promote kindness and positive behaviour.
"The children have been so excited,” she said.
"They have thoroughly loved the experience of transforming their shirts and have been bursting with excitement to wear them.
"This massive operation of dyeing over 300 shirts could not have been possible without the support of the entire Taabinga community, in particular, mums Laurie Jones and Naomi Baldwin, who have given up many hours to assist the children dye their shirts.”