By Ashleigh Fielding | posted on March 9, 2018
COLLECTING stickers after their grocery shopping has paid off for students at Flinders Park Primary and Bethel Christian School, with a plethora of new educational games and resources turning up on their doorsteps last week.
The Woolworths Earn and Learn program rewards every $10 of grocery shopping with a sticker, and these stickers, once all collected by each individual school, are combined to earn schools new educational resources and equipment.
Bethel Christian School received their goodies last Wednesday and received Pretend and Play, mathematics and developmental resources, as well as stationery equipment.
Flinders Park Primary received theirs last Thursday, and the pressie list includes outside and active, mathematics and cultural resources, games and stationery.
Woolworths Bayonet Head store manager Stacey Seymour said she was absolutely delighted to present the array of resources to the students.
“To get out into the community and make a difference is great,” she said.
“We already have a great relationship with Flinders Park, so it’s an added bonus to support the school in this way.”
Principal Richard Bushell said the school was grateful for the new resources, and said they provided a great opportunity to enhance the school’s Teaching and Learning program.
The top five resource categories redeemed in WA via the Woolworths Earn and Learn program were ICT, sport, construction, mathematics and science.