Cake sale goes down a treat!

Fingal Independent - - NEWS -

PUPILS at Rush Na­tional School have once again helped raise much-needed cash for the school.

The an­nual Easter Bake Sale was once again an out­stand­ing suc­cess and a whop­ping €2,260 was raised.

Ev­ery­one who brings in a cake/buns and en­ters it into the com­pe­ti­tion gets a raf­fle ticket for the raf­fle so they have two chances of win­ning some of the amaz­ing prizes on of­fer. All money made is from sell­ing the baked goods.

Last year’s bake sale money helped the school pur­chase 16 new lap­tops for a new com­puter cod­ing class that each stu­dent will get to do in the school.

This year the plan is to pur­chase more lap­tops and re­sources to fa­cil­i­tate the cod­ing in the school.

The school also re­ceived huge sup­port in prize do­na­tions from lo­cal busi­nesses.

Mia and Lee Car­rick with Ex­ec­u­tive Chef Gareth Skel­ton from Ro­ganstown Coun­try Club.

Pupils from Rush Na­tional School en­joy­ing the event.

an­nah and Rose Devine with Sharyn Hay­den from the Skinny Batch at Rush NS Hal­loween cake bake sale.

Conor, Dar­ragh and Anna Kelly with Gareth Skel­ton and Sharyn Hay­den at Rush NS Hal­loween cake bake sale.

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