MALPAS pupils were given lessons on how to manage their money and keep themselves healthy.
Bishop Heber High School students were taken off timetable on a day devoted to activities to support their personal, social, citizenship and health education lessons.
For Year 7 the main focus of the day was personal health and the students learnt about sex, health, drugs, alcohol and finance education.
Year 8 were treated to a day of personal finance lessons. They were taught about the need to control spending, recognise numerous sales techniques, learn the difference between need and want and be able to plan a personal budget.
Year 9 took part in a Big Business Enterprise Day, where the aim was to improve time management, decision making and team building skills. The year group was split into 18 teams and challenged to design a community, plan an event and develop a new soft drink.