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P&C Cake Stall - #Rozellecakestall

Welcome to the P&C Cake Stall page! Everything you need to know about running the stall, checklists and resources can be found here.

Background

We are very excited to continue our connection with the Rozelle Collectors Market in 2017, who allow for the school to have one free stall at every market. Last year we raised over $12,500 for our classrooms!

As in 2016, each year group at the school will be able to run a cake stall at the markets to raise money for their classes. Your class teachers will be able to decide how to spend the money you have raised. This may be something that is needed in the classroom, or you may contribute to a larger school project such as the library. The more money you raise, the more you can purchase!

Your parent representative will let you know when your class has been nominated to run the stall. In the meantime have a look at the the rest of the resources on this page to get some ideas on what to sell, how to create home made recyclable cupcake carriers and much more.

Happy baking!

Mel Daniels and Sally Tagoe

P&C Cake Stall Co-ordinators

Tentative Cake Stall Dates

The following is a list of tentative dates for each year group to operate the cake stall. These dates are subject to change. Your parent representative will let you know when it is your turn to co-ordinate the cake stall.

16 September - Year 6

21 October - Band

4 November - Green Team

Cake Stall Results

25 March - Year 2 - $1,520

6 May - Year 3 - $1,400

20 May - Year 4 - $1,858

24 June - Preschool - $1,061

22 and 29 July - Kindergarten - $4,006

19 August - Year 5 - $623

2 September - Year 1 - $1,809

Resources


To submit a suggestion to the P&C please click here .  To have your submission reviewed please ensure it is submitted 7 days before the P&C meeting.

At Rozelle we acknowledge the Gadigal people who are the traditional custodians of this land.

We also pay respect to the elders both past and present of the Eora Nation and extend that respect to other Aboriginals present.