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A fun evening at the Mosquito Drive
Lots of fun was had and funds raised last night at our Mosquito Drive.
The aim of the evening was:
We think we achieved all those aims!
The evening started with a short overview of our partnership, presented by Miss Silvester, Mrs Cador and Mrs Burns. A photo gallery of the last teacher exchange visit in October was available on the ipads for all to see, whilst enjoying refreshments, which included a complimentary Kenyan fruit salad and drink.
And then the games began...
Mosquito game winners
After lots of eager dice rolling and great competitive play, the 8 games were won by:
Each game winner won a Kenyan prize some of these were contributed to by our friends at Kaiyaba and shared an amazing Mosquito fact with us all.
During a short interval between games, Kenyan themed notelets, hand-made purses and Kenyan cup cakes were available to buy.
All families represented had a ticket put in a lucky dip at the end of the evening. A Kenyan/Fairtrade hamper was won by Orlanda representing the Jones family. Well done Orlanda!
The evening came to a close with the drawing of the winning envelope from the Pot of Gold, by Tripta Schur (a member of our Kaiyaba Steering Committee). The winning envelope belonged to Oliver Williamson in Y3. Well done Oliver for winning the £25 prize!
A grand total of £233.72 (after expenses) has been was raised for our Kaiyaba Partnership during the evening. Thank you, too, to the Y3 cake sellers who have raised £27.30 this week!
A huge thank you to all the families who supported us on the evening. And many thanks go to Claire Bratt for helping with preparations for the evening and to Tripta Schur and the staff who helped us on the night to make it a great success.