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Month: October 2018

Juice, lollies and Icy Pole Stand (5/6 Community Drive)

Juice, lollies and Icy Pole Stand (5/6 Community Drive)

In RE in term 3 the 5/6’s were learning about how we could help people and how fortunate most people are in our school. We learnt that St. Vincent de Paul was a society that helped give those in need so the 5/6’s decided to set up stalls around the school to raise money for St. Vinnies. Our stalls included things like: lollies, toys, slime and other things for other students to buy.

My group (Luca, Ben S, Jack J and myself) were selling lollies, icy poles and juice and we successfully raised $53.80. The most popular groups were the ones that sold ice-cream, toys and cakes. Overall the 5/6’s were able to raise over $2,000 which is a great achievement!

Bake Stall (5/6 Community Drive)

Bake Stall (5/6 Community Drive)

At the beginning of this term the 5/6s were running stores to make money for St Vincent De Paul. Some people were doing a Slime Stall, Bake stall and guess the how many lollies are in the jar etc.

My group (Bella Guiney, Abigail Boog and Izzy Bonato) ran a bake stall where we had to do a lot of cooking at home before we sold food at the stall.

We sold Lemon Cake, Fairy Bread, Cookies etc. I thought we all worked well together and made lots of sales.

Everybody did so very well with their stalls and the students brought in lots of money for our stalls.

Overall, the 5/6s have raised over $2000.00. The Winner overall is St Vincent De Paul.