Souths Cares delivered Hygiene Workshops to seven primary schools within the Randwick LGA last week with the support of the Rabbitohs playing squad.
The Hygiene workshops have been developed in response to COVID-19 and although the number of cases in NSW is currently stable, the Souths Cares team were emphasising the importance of staying diligent on hygiene practices.
The initiative was part of the Rabbitohs annual Community Carnival, which supports local schools to learn about health and wellbeing topics whilst providing opportunities to meet with the Rabbitohs team. Over 1,100 students completed the Hygiene Workshops from schools including Matraville Public School, St Michael’s Primary School, St Brigid’s Primary School, St Mary - St Joseph Primary School, Chifley Public School and Soldiers Settlement Public School.
The day was well supported by the Rabbitohs playing squad, with nine players co-facilitating the Hygiene workshops and providing students with an exciting learning experience.
Kate Spencer, teacher at Matraville Public School said there was a great buzz around the school
“The students had a wonderful time, and they haven't stopped talking about the Rabbitohs visit," Spencer said.
"The presentation was truthful, easy for students to understand and delivered in an engaging format.
"Our students were very appreciative of the visit from Souths Cares today and the opportunity to meet their idols”
This initiative was proudly supported by the Randwick Clubgrants Programme.