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Miniature Woolworths 'simulated' supermarkets are opened to teach children with special needs Woolworths has opened up two miniature stores in two Sydney schools    The stores will be staffed by children with special needs and disabilities   The stores will provide an engaging educational experience for the children 

By Laura Withers For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 09:33 BST, 26 May 2019 | Updated: 09:33 BST, 26 May 2019

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Two simulated supermarkets have opened up in schools in Sydney and will be staffed by children with special needs and disabilities. 

The supermarket giant has added the two miniature stores to its nationwide fleet which will provide an engaging educational experience for youngsters.  

The simulated stores have been designed to give children a true insight into the realities of working life - and both come complete with working payment registers, uniforms and name badges, as well as groceries to stack on shelves.

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Two miniature Woolworths stores which will be staffed by children with special needs and disabilities have opened in two Sydney schools

Two miniature Woolworths stores which will be staffed by children with special needs and disabilities have opened in two Sydney schools

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