Bread tag battle continues

May 13, 2021

Students in our Applied Learning classes are continuing their efforts to collect as many bread bag tags as possible to help raise money to purchase wheelchairs for people in South Africa.

Four collection containers, one for each College House, are located in the College front reception. Students are asked to place their bread tag in their house container.

The bread tags that are collected will be delivered to a plastic recycler who will recycle the bread tags for profit.

That profit is then used to help produce wheelchairs for people in South Africa.

By donating your bread tags you will not only be helping people in need but you will also be helping the environment.

The students are running a competition to see which House can collect the most bread tags by the end of Term 2.

There will be a surprise prize for the winning house.

The battle is tight at the top at the moment with Ryan House narrowly in front.

The leaderboard is as follows:

Ryan House is in front having collected 445g of bread tags.
In second place is Galvin House with 440g.
Nunan House currently holds third place having collected 400g.
In fourth place, with 330g is Keniry House.

There is still time to bring your bread tags in for your house so all students are encouraged to drop as many as possible into their house buckets in front reception.