Schools celebrate Mothers’ Day

Schools across the Central Coast are doing their part to make mum feel extra special this Mothers’ Day by holding gift stalls, raffles, and evening morning teas.

On Tuesday, May 4, the Chertsey P&C Association held a stall selling gifts ranging from $2 to $10.

Kids could also take a polaroid photo using a custom-made backdrop, a thoughtful gift which is sure to make mum feel loved.

Across town at Erina High School, Price Attack Erina Fair has donated two beauty and hair care hampers valued up to $100 to the students of Year 12 to be put in a raffle.

Mums and carers at Gosford East Public School have been invited to a Mothers’ Day assembly on May 7, where they will share morning tea with their children under the COLA (tea and coffee included of course).

And Kariong Public School will also join in the Mothers’ Day breakfast fun, serving up a continental breakfast from 7.45 am on May 7 for all the mothers, aunties, grandmothers, and nans.

CCN wishes all the mums on the Central Coast the best Mothers’ Day yet.

Jacinta Counihan