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School Council leads Concern for Society - fund-raising initiative for UNICEF

On Monday, 24th February we were visited by Dale Rutstein a representative from UNICEF China who came to talk to to all the students in our morning assembly about the work that UNICEF does to support the health and well-being of Chinese children and how we could support them with this worthy cause. Raising money for UNICEF is a key demonstration of ‘Concern for Society’ - one of our school’s values, attitudes and attributes.

The BSB Sanlitun School Council has proposed that we participate in a whole school sponsored event. School council representatives have conducted a vote in their classrooms and the students have chosen a ‘Sponsored Silence’ and ‘Bad Hair Day’.

As a result, on Friday 28th February, the students will do a sponsored silence in their classrooms and can come to school with ‘Bad Hair’ if they wish, (crazy or interesting hairstyle or head gear). We are asking that parents or friends sponsor their ’silence’ and ‘bad hair’ for UNICEF. Any donations can be returned to the Reception desk at either the Early Years or Primary Campus on or before Friday 28th February.

Additionally, children in Year 2 have been investigating chocolate as part of their topic work this term. They have carried out research to discover which size, shapes and flavours are the most popular at BSB Sanlitun. Now they have completed this work, they will be selling their home-made chocolate delights to raise money for UNICEF. A box of 4 chocolates will cost 5RMB and will be on sale in the EAL room on the Year 2 corridor through the whole of Friday lunchtime (12-1.30pm) should any children wish to buy them.

Thank you in advance for your support of this very worthy cause.