Hundreds of homemade hats were hoisted onto the heads of children at Hanwood Public School as part of the Hanwood's annual Easter Hat Parade.
During the morning students lined up in into their homerooms before donning their hats to parade around the basketball courts.
The hats which were made by the students varied greatly in their designs with a smorgus board of different configurations of tinsel, cotton and pipe cleaners being on display taking the shapes of space helmets, crowns, and slouch hats.
The children have obviously been reading a lot of Dr Zeus, as by far the most popular design was the humble stove pipe shape with many of the hats being very reminiscent of a similar piece worn by a certain hatted cat character.
Hanwood parent Amy Dissengna said " lots of effort was put in to the hats I would have hated to have to have been one of the judges who had to decide the winners."
Hanwood principal Monica St Baker said although the hat parade tradition has been going on at the school for several years now the hats appear to be getting more creative every year.
"We have buddy system here so the year 5 and year 6s went down and helped the kindergartners to build their hats, it makes it easier to because they're still developing their fine motor skills," Ms St Baker said.
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