STANDING perfectly still with your back to a brick wall while people hurl freshly-soaked sponges your way isn’t most people’s idea of a good time.
But a group of James Sheahan Catholic High School students took the temporary pain with beaming smiles spread across their faces on Thursday.
The school’s year 8 classes organised a fundraising fair in the school’s grounds as part of an assessment task.
The attractions – paid for by the students themselves – featured stalls selling food and a host of games, including one where poncho-glad students were bombarded with dripping wet sponges.
All funds raised from the fair were donated to assist education-focused charities in Myanmar.
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