Gunnedah's year 12 students have been dressing up and having fun this week to celebrate the nearing end of their schooling years.
Gunnedah High School's 38 year 12 students had their muck-up day on Wednesday, where they ran amok in the school while dressed up in various colourful costumes.
The students raised $830 for the Make a Wish foundation, with one group alone raising about $300 of this amount.
They did this by charging teachers coming into the school grounds money, and if they didn't pay they received a squirt of water in the face.
They also auctioned themselves off as 'slaves', where the purchaser had the year 12 student do whatever they wanted for the day.
Meanwhile, students at St Mary's College Gunnedah enjoyed their mercy day on Thursday. There are 31 students in year 12 this year, and all enjoyed a staff and seniors morning tea.
But students of all ages enjoyed a variety of organised activities. They also were encouraged to wear red and make a gold coin donation to Mercy Works.
The year 7 and 8 students participated in Just Dance, ball games, tug-o-war and 44-Homes.
The year 9 and 10 students played touch footy, basketball/tennis, bullrush/frisbee.
They also all sat in their classrooms to watch a video that the year 12 students put together over the past week as a final farewell. This was in place of their end-of-year assembly due to COVID-19.
The video showed each year 12 student's baby photo, year 7 photo, and final year 12 photo, and all were videoed and asked what advice they'd give for students coming through.
Most of the advice was to get in a study plan early and to try your hardest.
Towards the end of the day, staff and year 12 battled it out in a dodgeball game, and the whole school also lined up and clapped the year 12 students out.
Throughout the day they raised $370 for Mercy Works, which provides a wide range of support to people in Timor-Leste and Papua New Guinea.