Last updated 10:54 AM on 25 March 2014
Students were all smiles after making their purchases from the cup cake stall held at Warren Central last week.
Prefects and a number of staff cooked and decorated cakes to raise money for Stewart House, a student support facility in Curl Curl, Sydney, where around 1800 selected children visit each year for short term, respite care.
Whilst at Stewart House students can receive free eye, dental and health screening and treatment as well as attend health and educational programs to boost self-esteem and promote healthy lifestyles. They also attend an onsite school.
Teachers, staff and students in the NSW public education system have been significant fundraisers for Stewart House since its inception in 1931.
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