Wizards, witches, Willy Wonka and even Donald Trump made an appearance in Boorowa recently - well, sort of.
The students and teachers at St Joseph's Primary School donned costumes to assemble a whole cast of characters for Book Week celebrations.
The day featured a parade, with students able to showcase their creations.
The Book Week parade was only the start of what's been a very busy few weeks at the school.
Last Monday marked NAIDOC Week celebrations after the event was postponed from July due to coronavirus restrictions.
Year 6 students led a focus prayer assembly to mark the occasion.
Some of the students also got to test drive the new tennis courts at the Boorowa Showground for sport.
Last week also marked the school's second last Parliament for the year.
"It was wonderful to come together again and celebrate our achievements. Thank you Year 6 for your presentations," the school said.
A Remembrance Day service was also held on November 11.
Perhaps the most enjoyable and maybe messiest day at the school however came last Friday, with students taking part in a colour run.
"We all had so much fun! It was certainly an explosion of colour," the school said.