Naracoorte South Primary School students got out into the fresh air and participated in some unconventional classroom sessions earlier this month.
As part of Outdoor Classroom Day, children and teachers celebrated the day though outdoor learning and play.
They spent much of the day immersed in the delights of the great outdoors, making full use of the learning spaces featured at the south school.
A bit of rain did nothing to deter the classes, who were amply prepared with rubber boots, rain jackets and a change of clothes as they were were busily engaged in a wide variety of activities.
The national event is a day to celebrate and inspire outdoor learning and play.
Part of a global series of events that kicked off on May 18, thousands of schools around the world will take lessons outside and prioritise playtime.
This is the second time Naracoorte south students have spent a day outside the classroom. Over 200,000 kids in Australia were believed to have taken part.