Students showcase their enterprise
KENSINGTON Secondary School students with a disability are encouraged to create, link and participate in an annual spring fair and market day on Friday.
The fair will promote the Education Support South Network (ESSN), of which Kensington Secondary is a member.
Teacher Mandy Royce said the market day was an initiative for students to create innovative enterprise products, link these to the local and wider community and participate as a school network.
“The ESSN Spring Fair Market Day is about bringing together partner schools and their communities in a fun and collaborative environment.
“The aim of the event is to showcase the talents and hard work of our students and sell a variety of classroom enterprise products.”
Ten schools are participating, as well as local and wider community groups including the Town of Victoria Park, Rotary Como, Kensington police, Kensington firefighters and Lions Club of Ellenbrook.
There will be live entertainment, school stalls, a free raffle, silent disco, chill-out area, fire truck, police car, food and the Ellenbrook Lions mini train.
Kensington Secondary senior teacher Mandy Royce with Isabelle McIntyre, Charlie Sobara, Kanushka Naidoo and deputy principal Eugene Maguire preparing for the spring fair and market day this Friday.