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Photo Scavenger Hunt Begins & Great News from Tanzania

17 september 2015

Parents, students and teachers in the school are currently taking part in the BISS Photo Scavenger Hunt helping to raise money for our Tanzanian charity, Seeway.

  • Photo Hunt 2015
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Teams of up to six people can be named with each team competing against each other to take photos of as many of the fifty listed scenarios as possible to be in the chance of winning a special prize.  

Registration is still open for teams who have yet to take part and pay the 100 RMB entry fee. Entry forms can be collected from Miss Rudd’s classroom, room S173, with the closing date for entries on Thursday 8 October. This initiative continues the great work we have previously done with Seeway. We spoke last month about how our donation of 45,000 RMB was going towards the building of a new fence that will surround the property of the local school, making it more secure.

We were therefore pleased to learn last week that building work has commenced on the project with photos showing the workmen hard at work building the new fence.

We look forward to making more charitable donations to Seeway over the coming months.

April Rudd, Mathematics Teacher and Tanzania Expedition Co-Leader