LITTLE bunnies and chicks from Saints Peter and Paul's Primary School in Goulburn hopped onto our screens this week.
When COVID-19 restrictions meant the school's popular annual Easter hat parade couldn't go on in its usual format, teacher and IT coordinator Cassie Harris decided the show must go on-line.
She spent a couple of hours editing the video of kindergarten, year one and year two students - plus a few older siblings - parading their colourful and fluffy creations at home.
Mrs Harris said the parade was a "highlight of the year" and this year's doesn't disappoint.
"We've had an overwhelming response from parents to say it's put a smile on children's faces during a difficult time," she said.
Students were tasked with making their hats from recycled materials while shopping trips are limited to essential items.
Mrs Harris said they couldn't believe the number of videos and photos they received from families with students at home.
"We were so surprised, we thought it would just be the teachers," she said.
Teachers including principal Kathy Neely are caught hopping around the school taking part in the action while classrooms stayed open for essential workers' children.
One of Mrs Harris' children is a kindergarten student at the school and the family was disappointed when they thought the parade couldn't go on.
Now it's gone online for a wider audience to enjoy.