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Non-Uniform Day for Charity

On October 22nd eight of our sixth form students will travel to Tanzania to stay at the Nord Anglia Camp near Arusha, Tanzania. The students organised a non-uniform day on Friday 11th October in order to raise money to support the project work in Tanzania. Our students will be helping to build a new senior school and they will be working to improve the homes of local people by installing solar lighting and building goat sheds. The money raised buys the materials the students need to do this manual work.


Today, all of the BSN students and teachers came to school in their own clothes and paid a minimum of 15 RMB as a donation towards Tanzania. 


We are delighted to announce that collectively we raised RMB 8318 Yuan! 


This money will be used to buy the raw materials that our students will need to build the secondary school and to install solar cells in people's homes so that children and their parents can read and work in the evening after dark.

A special thank you goes to our students and parents who contributed today for the development of facilities for the local people in Tanzania. 

It was a tremendous effort today. Thank you again for your generosity and support!


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