School Rewards

12 SEP 2019 - 26 SEP 2019
Location:
Customer Service located between Kathmandu and Seed
Simply spend $50 in centre between 12th and 26th Sept to support the school of your choice. Then fill out an entry form to go in the draw to win a $1,000 Bayfair Shopping Spree! Redeem your reciepts at Customer Service to vote and enter the draw (located near Kathmandu and Seed Heritage).

The schools with the most participation will receive funding to spend on iniatives of their choice.

1st prize = $5,000
2nd prize = $3,000
3rd prize = $2,000


Big school or small – It’s a level playing field
The total number of tokens for each school will be counted at the end of the campaign and divided by the number of pupils at each school to establish a participation percentage. This means the first prize is fair game for all, regardless of how many kids are at each school. In the event that two schools earn the same number of tokens, and are eligible for a prize, two consecutive place getter’s prizes will be added together and divided between the two schools. All participating schools have a collection box at Bayfair Shopping Centre next to the Customer Service Desk and you can keep an eye out on Bayfairs facebook page to see how the schools are placing.

You could win a $1,000 shopping spree for yourself!
Each time you redeem your receipts you go in the draw to win a $1,000 Bayfair Shopping Spree for yourself. The Bayfair Customer Service team will give you an entry form to fill out to go in the draw to win. The winner will be drawn at the end of the campaign.

Participating Schools and their initiatives:
Arataki School would use the money to go towards new robotic and science kits for the students..

Golden Sands School would use the money to go towards swimming lessons for students who need it.

Mount Maunganui Primary School would use the money to go towards developing outdoor areas in the school including an outdoor mud kitchen.

Omanu School would use the money to go towards new sunshades

Papamoa Primary School would use the money to go towards developing 'The Grassy Knoll' area into an outdoor learning environment.

St Thomas More Catholic School would use the money to go towards continuing to teach the children about gardening and sustainability.

Tahatai Coast School would use the money to go towards a new adventure palyground.

Te Kura o Matapihi would use the money to go towards new sports equipment for the tamariki to use at playtime and lunchtime.