Superman, Ironman and Catwoman all made special appearances at Young North Public School's fundraising fete on Friday morning.
Angela Martin from Young North Public School, who helps organise the fete each year, said profits will go towards the creation of a sensory garden for the students.
"Not all kids want to be sporting and run around... hopefully we'll raise enough money for it," she said.
This year's superhero theme proved popular with the kids.
"Not all heroes wear capes so that's why some are doctors and everything like that," Mrs Martin said.
Each class at the school was responsible for a stall or activity, which included jumping castles, a photobooth, slides, an icing sugar run and games. Mrs Martin said the students used passport to take part in each activity.
"I made a lot of things free so the kids who don't have their passports still get free things," she said.
Principal Angela Gay said it was a great way to get all of the students involved in the community.
"This is also part of our wellbeing practices and every students being known, valued and cared for at public school," she said.
"It's about every student being involved in the community."
Past fetes have raised money for causes such as Muscular dystrophy, autism and MS.
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