YANCHEP Beach and Connolly primary schools are among a dozen local schools to receive extra educational resources through a supermarket promotion.
The Yanchep school will receive furniture, storage, art and craft equipment, and stationery through the latest Woolworths ‘earn and learn’ program.
The Connolly school will receive resources for science, cultural resources, music and dance, construction, mathematics, and art and craft.
The program helps schools and early learning centres obtain a variety of educational resources, including sporting, mathematics, arts, science and technology equipment.
Other local primary schools receiving equipment include Banksia Grove, Beaumaris, Carramar, Currambine and Woodvale.
Resources have also been allocated to Liwara Catholic School, Mercy College, Quinns Baptist College, St Elizabeth’s Catholic Primary School and St Stephen’s School in Tapping.
Nationally, the supermarket chain will delivering 300,000 pieces of educational equipment to more than 15,000 schools and early learning centres.
The top five resources categories redeemed in WA were information and communications technology, sport, construction, mathematics and science.