MURRAMI Public School students skipped and coloured their way through the final day of term last week.
The school hosted a dual fund-raiser last Friday, with students spraying their hair all kinds of colours and creating different styles as part of crazy hair day, which raised money for cystic fibrosis.
Students also took part in Jump Rope for Heart activities, with a gold coin donation required for each.
"We've raised a substantial amount of money for a small school," principal Duncan Adams said.
"The students are all enjoying the day ... it's good to do something like this on the last day of term."
There was many a teased, coloured, spiked and gelled hairstyle on the day, with students learning what cystic fibrosis is, as well as finding out it is the most common genetic disease affecting children in Australia.
Jump Rope for Heart activities included speed, relay, team and endurance skipping.
Mr Adams said the school always tried to incorporate messages into events it holds.
"Students have been learning about their body and why it is important to stay fit and healthy," he said.
"Being active is promoted in our physical education activities, but students should know it doesn't have to be boring.
"I think they've liked learning what it is all about and the different ailments that can affect kids."
Murrami Public will be hosting a NAIDOC Week event for the shire's small schools in term three of next term.