Boulder Primary School held a march last week in a bid to raise awareness about child safety, raising $380 for the Daniel Morcombe Foundation.
An assembly was held in the afternoon, where students heard from special guests including representatives from WA Police, St John ambulance and Bega Garnbirringu.
This was followed by a parade through Wittenoom, Brookman, Burt and Hamilton streets.
About 360 students and 30 community members participated in the march.
The canteen also served red cupcakes, muffins and jelly in support of the event.
Teacher Mary-Jane Crutchley said it was a “fantastic” afternoon.
“We felt it fitted in really well with our Kids Matter program and Boulder Beat values program,” she said.
The Daniel Morcombe Foundation was established by the parents of Queensland schoolboy Daniel Morcombe, who was abducted in 2003.