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Sloboda Zvierat

09 October 2015

Last year's 8F sold incredible amounts of ice cream to Primary and Secondary students (and staff) to raise money for Sloboda Zvierat.
A grand total of 313.40 Euros was raised. Students also contributed dog toys, dog food and treats, and a cat box and scratching post.

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Sloboda Zvierat is the dog's home in Dubravka, it depends on contributions. There are currently 170 dogs in the home, so the organisation needs all the help it can get to support their work.
One of the Enrichment activities on offer this term is dog walking at the centre. On Wednesday of this week, students with Ms Freeman visited to hand over the money raised and the food and toys donated.
The money was very gratefully accepted.
Families are most welcome to go along to the centre to walk the dogs, all help is appreciated.
Jayne Freeman
Head of Secondary EAL
Teacher of German