Today, Year 6 students at held a fundraiser to raise money for Westmead Children's Hospital. The students made over 300 burgers from scratch for the Primary school, raising an impressive $1180 for such an amazing cause!
The fundraiser was a huge success, with students and teachers alike coming together to support the cause. The burgers were a hit, and the students were thrilled with the amount of money they were able to raise. Westmead Children's Hospital is a world-renowned hospital that provides care for sick children from all over the country. The money raised by the Year 6 students will go towards supporting the hospital's ongoing efforts to provide the best possible care for its patients.
The fundraiser was not only a great success in terms of the amount of money raised, but it was also a fantastic opportunity for the Year 6 students to learn about the importance of giving back to their community. It was a wonderful way to end the term and start the school holidays on a positive note. We are incredibly proud of our Year 6 students for their hard work and dedication to such a worthy cause. Well done to everyone involved in making this fundraiser such a success!