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Spreading Love in the Community

This year the Primary service project and members of our parent and staff community have been busy knitting scarves for the local children's home, Cseppko.

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Snoods for Cseppko Children's home

We are delighted to have at least 30 scarves and hats to deliver this week. This year we created snood, a wonderful wrap-around scarf, by made Year 4, 5 and 6 students. More about the work of this home can be found at: http://www.cseppgyermek.hu/index.php/hu/

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Bags of Love for Menedekhaz Foundation

We also had the wonderful opportunity to help the Menedekhaz foundation by providing gifts for each of the children in their care. Over 50 bags of love were created, for babies, toddlers, children and teenagers. Students, staff and families offered an amazing range of items including toys, stationery, toiletries, chocolate treats and lots more! On Monday 14th December the items were collected and are being distributed this week to many families in need. If you would like to learn more about their work then visit: https://menedekhaz.hu/

Thank you to everyone for their support in providing for our local community. 

Lyndsey Marcu

Year 3 Teacher