Hand crafted wooden toys donated to Mandurah PS

Mandurah Men’s Shed chairman John Boulton, Mandurah Primary School Kindergarten teacher Sharon Ingham-Sellin and Mandurah Men’s Shed member Jack Williams with students (from left) Charley, Kase and Summer.
Mandurah Men’s Shed chairman John Boulton, Mandurah Primary School Kindergarten teacher Sharon Ingham-Sellin and Mandurah Men’s Shed member Jack Williams with students (from left) Charley, Kase and Summer.

MORE than a dozen handmade wooden toys have bolstered the toy library at Mandurah Primary School.

Mandurah Men’s Shed members hand crafted 15 wooden toy trains, planes, cars, tractors and dinosaur before donating them to the school for local children to enjoy.

Mandurah PS principal Natasha Upcott said the toys would support the development of children aged 0-4 and promote fun and positive interactions.

“This is the second donation from the Men’s Shed Mandurah and students were immensely excited to be using the new toys,” she said.

“Relationships between the school and local organisations are very important and we are very appreciative of the time and effort taken to make and deliver wooden toys to our grateful children.”