TEDDY bears may enjoy a good picnic, but the Granville Public School pupils they belong to will be the ones to munch on muffins, pancakes and more during the school's Bandaged Bear Breakfast.
The event on Friday, March 22 will raise funds for The Children's Hospital at Westmead.
Parents, teachers and children will be able to purchase a breakfast of home-made muffins, sandwiches, juice, tea, coffee and pancakes donated by McDonald's Granville store for a gold coin donation per item.
P&C Association secretary Kristy Sorouni said the group hopes to raise $1000 during the one-hour breakfast.
"We want to show the kids that a fund-raising event like this isn't just about raising money for the school, it's about giving back to the community," she said.
"I'm sure that 90 per cent of our kids have been to the hospital at Westmead or know someone who has so they can relate to that a bit better."
Mrs Sorouni said the children, including her son Jayden, 6, could bring their teddy bears to be checked for ailments by NSW Ambulance workers.