We are so proud of the Collective Kids Community group who have now organised and completed their second event in the community collaborating with Kingswood Park Public School to hold the Kingswood Park Moonlight Cinemas on Friday 15th November featuring ‘Ralph breaks the internet.’
Tickets to this event were available to all Kingswood Park families for a small gold coin donation per person. Year 6 students were selling drinks and sweet treats on the night and Woodfire pizzas was provided for dinner.
The students met prior to the event in their afternoon Collective Kids Community Group to brainstorm and discuss plans for the event.
The Collective Kids decided that for this event they would like to promote the value of friendship by making friendship bracelets.
Their role was to support other children with how to make their own bracelet and explain the significance of friendship. We loved this idea!
The Collective Kids Community group have also been helping the Penrith City Council (PCC) Community Team by sharing their thoughts on what makes their area and community so great. The kids explained to the PCC Community Team that they loved being able to ride or walk to school, to the park, play soccer in the park, having activities at school as well as after school and having friends!
NCNS Community Development Worker, Justine Reynolds, commented, “It was fantastic to see some of the children also volunteer to help up other areas on the night. We were really impressed with how everyone came together to make sure the event ran smoothly. This is the last event for the Collective Kids Community group in 2019 but the kids would like to plan some new events in 2020 so watch this space!”
For more information about the NCNS Collective Kids Community Group please contact Justine on 02 4729 0442 or email Justine@nepeancommunity.org.au