Four Saltus pupils, two teachers cut hair for St Baldrick’s
Volunteers at Saltus Grammar School are braving the hair clippers this week in the name of cancer research.
Teachers and students will get their heads shaved to raise money for the St Baldrick's Foundation for childhood cancer research, along with PALS.
Yesterday, S11 students Nicholas Bergquist and Alexander Davis, S9's Dylan Lightbourn and Phillip Hagen, and teachers Philip Heap and Stephanie Pedro got shaved.
Ms Pedro will also gift her hair to the children's charity Locks of Love.
S4 students William Attridge and Magnus Henneberger will surrender their hair today, and upper primary students will wear hats to school to raise awareness and funds.