Victor Harbor R-7 School got in the spirit to celebrate International Mud Day on Friday, June 29.
Held at the school, students and staff created their very own mud slide, mud kitchen and mud obstacle course.
There were plenty of laughs and smiles throughout the day.
International Mud Day is held annually for children and early childhood professionals all over the world to celebrate nature, outdoors, and mess by getting really muddy.
It also aims to connect children across the globe through the earth and all the wonders of mud and nature.
One of its messages is “Covered in mud, we all look the same”.
For more information about International Mud Day, visit www.facebook.com/InternationalMudDay
See photos of Rapid Bay Primary School’s International Mud Day event here.