The Variety NSW Bash is past the half way mark, spending the morning at Kooringal Public School in Wagga Wagga. The school provides learning opportunities for approximately 460 students, including a support class.
The Bash donated literacy resources including readers and books to the school, to further support its relentless focus on the improvement of literacy, numeracy and technology for students.
Next stop was Carrathool in the western Riverina, a town of 296 people. Carrathool Public School caters to just 7 students, who will be enjoying the Blu Bot Coding Robots donated by the Bashers.
Check out the highlights of the day.
You may also want to read
‘Tis the season to send a Christmas card
Once upon a time, people made a big deal about sending Christmas cards. A night was set aside to write...
Meet the Variety Inclusive Play team
At Variety we want to see kids of all ages and abilities play side by side. This is why we now have...