Tapping Primary School teacher in sticky situation for Relay for Life

Mr Mac gets taped to the wall. Photo: Martin Kennealey
Mr Mac gets taped to the wall. Photo: Martin Kennealey

TAPPING Primary School students recently had the opportunity to tape their teacher to the wall.

Raising money for Cancer Council WA and Relay for Life, students could buy 1m of tape for $2 to take part in the Office Max Mac Attack.

Once all classes had been given the opportunity to stick Mr Mac to the wall, the school held an assembly to cut him down.

It was then revealed the school had raised $900.

Principal Bill Boylan said the school was a strong supporter of charities that work with cancer patients.

“In the past 10 years we have raised more than $20,000 by participating in various activities such as Cup Cakes for Cancer and Daffodil Day,” he said.

“This year our P&C president Cath Taylor suggested we support the Relay For Life charity as they do terrific work in helping patients recover from cancer treatment.

“Cath and other parents and students from Tapping PS have been regular participants in the Relay for Life fundraiser for many years so we thought it would be a worthy charity to support this year.”