**Food donation **
Tomorrow Wednesday 1st February, the last day of International Week, the PTA look forward to hosting the International Food Festival between 1-3pm.
**To make this day a memorable one, we need your help to donate food from your country. **We would gratefully welcome donations of food to celebrate your country and support the event. If you cannot attend the event, you are still welcome to donate food through your child.
You can view a map listing all the countries and their tables by clicking here. If your country is not listed in the map, we have a stall named ‘others’ which will be labelled on the day with the food brought in from countries that are not listed.
Food donations can be placed on labelled trolleys in the Primary playground on the morning of Wednesday 1st February. There will be a few trolleys at the bus gate as well.
Please make sure your donation is clearly labelled with the name of the country along with a list of ingredients.
Some information regarding food being brought in:
- **No nuts. **Do not bring in/accept any food that contains nuts, as we have children with nut allergies
- No pork products
- Cold, savory food is preferable but all dishes will be gratefully received
- No drinks please
- Please send food in disposable containers or platters. Given the number of donations, we cannot guarantee return of any containers or platter
- Please don’t send food that needs refrigerating
Performances and activities:
After the parade of nations, three countries will perform their traditional dance on the field. Following these performances, parents can collect their children from their line and visit the different country stalls. Some countries will be offering games, activities and services.
On the behalf of the PTA we thank you for your continuous support and we hope you will enjoy the festival.