Students at Dubbo Christian School have received vital education resources, thanks to being a part of the Woolworths Earn and Learn program.
Riverdale Woolworths store manage Gai Hicks and assistant store manager Annette Freeman visited the school on Tuesday to present the students with a special banner.
The Woolworths Earn and Learn program helps schools and early learning centres across Australia obtain a variety of educational resources, including sporting, mathematics, arts, science and technology equipment.
Dubbo Christian School received sport, mathematics and cultural resources.
Ms Hicks said it was a privilege to be able to deliver the equipment to the students.
Ms Hicks thanked the entire Dubbo community for their efforts in collecting stickers to help Dubbo Christian School earn the equipment.
”Together you have earnt so many amazing items including sports balls, discuses and javelins,” she said.
Nationally, Woolworths delivered 300,000 pieces of educational equipment to over 15,000 schools and Early Learning Centres throughout the country, assisting over three million pupils.
ICT (Information and Communications Technology) was the leading resources category redeemed across most states and territories, except New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, which selected Mathematics as their favourite type of equipment to receive.
The Top Five resources categories redeemed in NSW were: Mathematics, ICT, Sport, Art and Craft and Construction.