Seven students at St Peter's Primary School in Port Macquarie chopped their hair to raise money for kids with cancer last month.
All the children raised money as a part of the World's Greatest Shave campaign.
"I cut my hair for cancer to help people in need of support when they are going through that kind of sickness," year six student Ella Oliver said.
Ruby Merrit said she hopes by cutting her hair it will help make life a bit easier for those who are doing it tough.
"One of my friends I grew up with had cancer and died from it at a young age, so I did it for her as well."
Peter Field and Jude Vasilescu wanted to help make a difference.
"I shaved my head because it's really hard for the families of people going through cancer, because it brings a lot of trauma to them. I just want to help in some way," Jude said.
Students raised money in the lead-up to the head shave. The children also ran a lolly jar guessing competition.
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