Mother's Day Quiz 2021
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ|May 2021
The annual school quiz night offers lessons for both parents and teachers alike.
PAT MCDERMOTT

Good evening, everyone. I’m Miss Fogarty, Principal of Broadview Primary School. It’s wonderful to have you all at our annual Mother’s Day Quiz Night! Hi, Mrs Carmichael. Another Broadview baby on the way, I see! And Mr Dunstan, creeping in late, as usual …

“In honour of Mother’s Day, all of tonight’s questions are about the joy of raising children. Remember: all money raised will go to a good cause – the long-overdue wine fridge for the staffroom! The staff have put up with lukewarm chardonnay long enough. Okay, pens ready? Let’s see how much you know about raising kids!

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