Dubbo College Delroy Campus Learning Support Officer Sharon Andrews collaborated with students to create a mural project that promotes unity and individuality in the classroom.
The students of the Scott and Callister classes created the mural to encourage a learning environment that embraces their creativity and taps into their artistic innovation.
This is the second mural the Scott class has created, the first mural promoting "Attitude, Effort, Results" hangs in their classroom and is an inspirational message the students can look to be inspired.
The latest mural will be hung up in the corridor in their block of classrooms so staff and students will be able to see it as they pass on their way to and from classes.
Mrs Andrews said after the success of the original mural project, they were approached by their Head Teacher, Sheree Jones and Principal Debbie Head with the concept for the new project.
"Their support for this new project has allowed us to extend our artistic innovation into the corridors. We agreed that it should be colourful and project a positive message," she said.
"The students have put a great deal of effort and energy into creating this mural and also into the positive message they want in their learning environment," Mrs Head said.