Hinterland school with 15 kids awarded $20,000

Teacher Samantha Collitt, Pacific Fair General Manager Annabelle Green, Boston Collitt, Emma Sproule and Deputy Head Danielle Yaun

Numinbah Teacher Samantha Collitt, Pacific Fair General Manager Annabelle Green, student Boston Collitt, student Emma Sproule and Deputy Head Danielle Yaun. PHOTO: myGC

PACIFIC Fair’s ‘Points 4 Pac Fair Kids’ has wrapped up with three local schools winning a share in $45,000.

With just 15 enrolled students, Numinbah Valley State School was awarded $20,000 after coming out on top with 282,550 points.


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Broadbeach State School placed second with 74,907 points, winning $15,000.

While St Vincent’s Primary School came third on 30,206 points which earned them a cool $10,000.

Families and friends were encouraged to shop at Pacific Fair to earn points for participating primary schools.

Schools battled it out up until June 22 to earn their place on the podium.

“We can’t believe our school of only 15 students has won $20,000,” Deputy Head Danielle Yaun said.

“The books in our library are almost 30 years old and thanks to Pacific Fair, our students will have a whole library full of new reading material. Words can’t describe our excitement.”

To see where your school placed, the final leader board is available for viewing at pacificfair.com.au/points4pacfairkids

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