1 June 2023

Our superhero mothers

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Our superhero mothers
Our superhero mothers
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Celebrating Mothers Day allows us to honour and appreciate the incredible women in our families’ lives who have nurtured and loved us unconditionally. In the spirit of this meaningful occasion, the Junior School Parents Association (JSPA) organised a heart-warming breakfast followed by Kahoot games at the Quad.

This year’s theme, ‘Superheroes’, not only brought joy and laughter to the mothers and children, but also served as a platform to express our gratitude to the unwavering dedication and efforts of our superhero mothers. The delicious feast included a variety of savory options, pancakes and assortment of fruits, juices, tea and coffee. The charity partner for the event was the Babes Project. $2 from each ticket sold went to support this wonderful cause. The JSPA has raised a combined total of $1200 for the Babes Project.

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This meaningful event would not be possible without our wonderful JSPA volunteers: Shiying Wang, Jane Batrouney, Nisvan Erkal, Katrina Gyngell, Anne Bladeni and Stella Bao. A special thanks to Shiying and Stella who hand-made 170 paper roses for our wonderful mums to take home with them.

A further thank you to our Junior School Captains, Thomas Batrouney and Ava Charalambous, for their speeches, along with Lisa Stewart, Kylie Baxter and their team for creating a memorable video of our students expressing their love and gratitude to their mothers.

Kelly Bui
JSPA

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