Concongella Primary School students Thomas and Hugh arrived at school on Wednesday with shaved heads in support of principal Kristie Miller.
The students told Ms Miller: "We shaved our heads to look like you, because you are beautiful".
Ms Miller lost her hair during chemotherapy treatment after she was diagnosed with breast cancer in January.
Ms Miller has returned to the school after her last chemotherapy treatment in September.
"I really missed the students," she said.
"Seeing all their gorgeous faces has been the best part of it all.
"It's much better than sitting at home."
Ms Miller will still undergo some radiation therapy but she said she had scans last week and the doctors told her it was all clear.
Thomas said he thinks he looks "kind of" similar to his school principal.
"It's nice to see her back at school," he said.
"We missed her."
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