No cold feet at King David

Jolie Morris, Ella Boolkin, Rachel Kaplan, Romi Zidel, Tali Bloch and Zara Weiner enjoy a comfy day at school in their slippers. Photo: Supplied

King David Victory Park Primary School ditched their school shoes for a great cause.

The school joined the Reach for a Dream Foundation and supported Slipper Day on 12 May.

This, explained the school’s marketing manager Nirvana Rogers, was a really fun and easy mitzvah for the school to support children fighting life-threatening illnesses.

She added that the children turned up in all types of furry footwear and enjoyed a rather festive spirit at school.

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