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BSB Shoebag Appeal gifts received by Gansu School students

In December 2014, The British School of Beijing (BSB) Shunyi launched the Shoebag Appeal .

The aim of this appeal is to provide shoebags filled with useful and fun items for school children in the Gansu school that Nord Anglia Education supports and to local Beijing migrant schools.

We are pleased to inform that on 6th March, 2015, the shoebag gifts have arrived at the Gansu School and distributed to 181 children and teachers at the start of their new Spring term. Everyone was happy and wanted to thank BSB for their warm and loving gifts.

Please see photos above for details.

A big Thank you to all who have donated!  

Thanks also to our Year 12 CAS students who have helped to sort items and put them in the bags.

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