Students Cook Off For Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea
IMAGE: Young Cody Hutchison’s delightful cake earned him first prize in the GEPS Cook Off for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.
Griffith East Public School (GEPS)held a primary school cooking competition on Wednesday, May 26 to raise money for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.
Canteen manager Phoebe Ritorto said there were some outstanding entries.
“We invited any Year 3 to 6 students to participate in this event to help us raise some money for The Cancer Council, in conjunction with Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.
“Children were asked to make any cake, slice or biscuit and enter it into our contest.”
First prize winner received a $15 canteen voucher, while runners up prizes included $5 and $3 vouchers. Mrs Ritorto said that there were 23 entries in total.
“There were other runners up as well, one from each year, plus another couple where we couldn’t decide,” she said.
“We support Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea every year.
“We are grateful to all our GEPS parents and students who support us during our fundraising endeavours.”
The students, staff and parents worked together to raise $800 for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.
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