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IB CAS Students' Visit to Migrant School with MCF on 10th October

15 October 2015

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On Saturday 10 October, a group of Year 13 CAS students visited a local migrant school with the Migrant Children's Foundation (MCF) and did a morning of lessons.

The lesson activities to the 53 students were aimed at helping the students develop their level of English. Prizes were also given as rewards to the students that had the best English answers spoken.

A big thank you to the Migrant School Foundation and Helen Boyle, who helps run this charity organisation, for helping to set up the event to involve our IB CAS students.  

Update from: Mr. Nick Bourne, Exams Officer, Outdoor Pursuits Coordinator, Humanities teacher