Growing Together initiative back at Mandurah Forum

Meadow Springs Primary School students enjoy the new obstacle course after winning last year's Growing Together.
Meadow Springs Primary School students enjoy the new obstacle course after winning last year's Growing Together.

THE Growing Together initiative is back for the third year and Mandurah Forum shoppers could win $10,000 for their favourite primary school.

For every $20 spent at Mandurah Forum before September 9, shoppers will receive a free token or double tokens if they shop at David Jones, Big W, Woolworths, Kmart, Coles or Target.

Choose a favourite school by dropping tokens into the barrel of choice near Woolworths.

Shoppers can also win $1000 by filling in an entry card and dropping it into the barrel.

Participating schools and their projects include:

  • Assumption Primary School (specialised furniture for the sensory room)
  • Dudley Park PS (signage for school blocks for cultural awareness significant to the Noongar Bindjareb people)
  • Falcon PS (nature playground for the pre-primary area)
  • Foundation Christian College PS ( climbing frame for the nature playground)
  • Glencoe PS (equipment for a new digital technology room)
  • Golden Bay PS (new fitness track for years 3-6)
  • Greenfields PS (adventure nature playground)
  • Lakelands PS (climbing equipment for junior students)
  • Halls Head PS (well-being diaries for every student)
  • Mandurah Baptist College PS (nature playground equipment)
  • Mandurah PS (extension to the school garden to include an indigenous learning circle)
  • Meadow Springs Education Support Centre ( play space catered to all students including sensory equipment)
  • North Mandurah PS (an immersive adventure play area)
  • Oakwood PS (nature play area for early childhood)
  • Secret Harbour PS (renovations to outside play area)
  • Singleton PS (enhancements to the hydrophilic Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Program)
  • South Halls Head PS (nature play area)