It's Fair time! And we need your help!

Updated: Oct 12, 2021




We need your donations!


Donation drop off times to K5 and K6 (inside Main Entrance off Thames St):

  • 15 and 16 October, 10-5pm and

  • 17 October 10-3pm

Bring your good quality donations of:

  • clothing

  • jewellery

  • toys

  • books

Donations of extra boxes also appreciated. Please no broken, stained, or damaged goods or rubbish - tips fees are very expensive!


We also need the following for the Kids Craft Stall and the Games area:


Terrarium

  • clean glass containers of all sizes

  • small succulent cuttings

  • small stones/gemstones/sea glasses/shells/plastic plants etc.

  • decorative items that could fit into jam jars; small plastic animals

Crazy robots & monsters

Small items to help children make crazy robots and monsters.

Bottle caps, old computer disks, clock/ watch inside, cog wheels, funky boxes, cookie containers, springs, rulers, wooden blocks ... use your imagination.


Smash palace

Old ceramic cups, plates, bowls to smash at the fair.


Helpers needed for sorting donations


Sorting donations is a job and we need lots of helpers. If you can spare anytime - even just half an hour, Natalie would love to hear from you. Sorting times are:

  • 15-17 Oct, 10am to 1pm and 1pm to 5pm


Volunteers


We still need volunteers to help at the fair. If you can volunteer some time, please let the school office know or fill in this Google form.


Many hands make light work - our aim is to fill a bunch of 2 hour shifts so that we all get a chance to enjoy the fair. For more information about the fair contact homeandschool@islandbay.school.nz

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