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Mai Tam Christmas Party

14 December 2016

On Friday the 9th of December, students from Year 10 were involved in the Mai Tam Christmas celebration

The party included around 50 children and lasted for about an hour. But the lead up to the party, involved hours of vigorous planning by the students, parents and teachers alike. Students brought in toys and playthings as well as borrowing some from the primary campus. Anything that students wanted to donate were brought in and were given to the children in the form of ‘goodie bags’. The party included food, music and a wide range of activities and games. The hard work definitely paid off as us students and our visitors enjoyed it. The room was filled with warm, cheerful faces of the children.

Adwaith and Sirian, Students