Being in lockdown had some benefits for teachers and students at Shellharbour Anglican College.
On Friday they took part in National Pyjama Day and wore their PJ's all day from home.
In the process they raised over $1600 to support education for kids in Foster Care.
The college is also promoting National Pyjama Day through a video clip on its' social media, which can also be seen here..
"As in our last experience of lockdown and remote learning, we know that when we work together as a community, we are stronger. When we care for those around us and seek to serve those who are most vulnerable, it is a mark of character and culture," principal Megan Hastie said.
She added there was no better time than being in lockdown to embrace National Pyjama Day.
"Children and education are at the centre of what we do. We are privileged to be able to provide a platform for donations.
"We also believe that our wonderful students deserve a little fun while in lockdown. Why not embrace this opportunity?
"Students can grab their favourite PJ's or Onesies and catch up with their peers to have a little fun to finish the week."
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