Mission Market 2020: Great products, amazing people and a massive profit
Even with the challenges that the year has thrown at us, our Year 6 Learning Community were still able to plan and deliver a successful Mission Market. With a range of products available and a variety of guessing games for all ages, this year's Market went off without a hitch. [foogallery id="2510"] The profits from this year's Mission Market are being donated to Caritas Australia and the Paulist Missionaries' work in the Philippines. Thanks to you, the Year 6 Learning Community was able to cover their costs and bank a profit of $3000. Congratulations to the Year 6 learners and staff. We hope you enjoy your Christmas delights.
Economics and Mission go hand-in-hand
Very soon, our Year 6 Learning Community will open their 2020 Mission Market. Vice Captain Cooper explains what the Mission Market is: Mission Market is a day when Year 6 raise money by selling products to students, parents and staff. We have created 11 different types of products to sell such as: plates and mugs, dream catchers, candles, rock photo holders, key chains, cards, plant pots, terrariums, glitter globes, jewellery, and baubles. [gallery columns="2" size="medium" link="none" ids="2478,2479,2480,2481"] There are also extra products we are working on, such as the lucky dip and guessing the toy's name! All the money we raise from the Mission Market will go to Caritas and the Young Paulists. The Year 6 learners have been working very hard to produce these items over the past weeks. We hope you enjoy all of our products and we look forward to providing you with many amazing products. The Mission Market will be open for learners on Thursday 10 December 2020. Parents of our Year 6s will be able to purchase products via a catalogue. https://youtu.be/WURHhSNOMHU [gallery link="none" size="medium" ids="2482,2483,2484"]
What a wait: 100 days smarter
Thanks to COVID-19, our Preps have been waiting a long time to celebrate this momentous occasion. The magical 100 days were notched up during remote learning, but only celebrating at home wouldn't have been as much fun. Instead, the Prep Learning Community waited a little longer to celebrate in person. Surrounded by 100 balloons, 100 cups and 100 fingerprints on their brightly decorated t-shirts, our Year Preps celebrated being more than 100 days smarter with a day full of fun and festivity. [foogallery id="2444"] Sometimes things are worth the wait! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEuoSK_DDCs
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