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Giving back - KS4 & KS5 students volunteer for Warsaw Mission

On the 13th of October, a group of KS4 and KS5 students volunteered with the Warsaw Mission

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We came to school at 8:30am to cook soup and make sandwiches with the ingredients we had bought the day before. Overall we made about 50 sandwiches and two big pots of soup.

When we arrived at the meeting point, we had to organise tables with clothes donations so when people come, they could easily find everything they needed.

After we helped to find all necessary clothes, we distributed the food. In addition to that all of them were provided with chocolate, bottles of cola and some ham.

The local people who came there were very nice and thankful, their smiles made us feel like we actually helped them a lot!

This kind of unforgettable experience is something what everybody should do. Sincerely, that was one of the best days of my life!

 

Palina R.


Year 12. Student