KELLY’S Plains Public School pupil Cambell Mavin, 8, makes a flying visit to class to help raise money and awareness for Muscular Dystrophy Australia.
Teachers and children dressed as their favourite caped crusader on Friday for Superhero Day.
Some children even invented their own character and super powers. Muscular Dystrophy is a disorder that weakens the muscular-skeletal system and often affects young boys.
The disease was likened to Superman’s kryptonite to help children understand what other kids their age may be going through.
School Principal Richard Cotter, or Batman as he was known on Friday, said the day was a great success.
“Days like this help create understanding and empathy among the students.”
The school was also treated to a helicopter landing by superhero patent Matt Weber.