How many scones can you bake in one hour? Just ask Glenmore Road’s Year 5 and 6 students who recently participated in a Scones for Good – SuperJam Tea Party as part of their school’s Leadership Program. The students shared several hundred scones and delicious SuperJam with grateful residents at Presbyterian Aged Care, Paddington, and the residents loved the time with their young visitors. Students also baked loads of cookies, which the clown doctor picks up regularly from Our Big Kitchen and delivers to sick children in hospital.
A note from Alan, manager at PAC: “I wish to sincerely thank Kids Giving Back for organising the visit from Glenmore Road Public School along with the scones. Many of the residents are still commenting about what a great time they had. Once again a big thank you”
And from Rebecca, Assistant Principal at Glenmore Road: “The children had a great time and I received a lot of positive feedback from our teachers. Thanks for your assistance with our leadership program. We will definitely be involved again in the future.”
Kids Giving Back is once again grateful to SuperJam for donating their super delicious jam. If you’d like to try SuperJam it’s now available in Sydney through Honest to Goodness, http://www.goodness.com.au/ Take a look at SuperJam’s website to read the amazing story of SuperJam, developed by Fraser Doherty when he was just a teenager http://shop.superjam.co.uk/pages/about-us.
Our Scones for Good SuperJam tea parties are modelled on the brilliant tea parties run by SuperJam in the UK, only with a twist – by involving kids our tea parties offer the richest of intergenerational experiences.