Over 200 children and families from Barkly Highway State School and four local Kindergartens engaged in a morning of fun and exploration at the schools annual Under 8s Day.
The theme was celebrating diversity within the home, culture and community and there were many activities in the undercover area and out on the school oval where the Emergency Services gathered.
The annual event involved community groups such as the Christian Outreach Centre and PCYC, Queensland Ambulance, Queensland Fire and Rescue, Queensland Police and more.
Children were encouraged to try on Police uniforms, try an obstacle course and sing and dance along with Bluey from the Mount Isa Christian Outreach Centre's Mainly Music group.
Barkly Highway State School principal Christien Payne said a highlight was a helicopter visit and all of our wonderful emergency services sharing their vehicles and roles with the children.
Prep student Taylor Newcombe said her favourite part of the morning was colouring in.
"I also liked the inside of the ambulance," Taylor said.
Mr Payne thanked all who participated on the day and contributed to an amazing morning.
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