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Warsaw Volunteer Mission

As the temperature hovered around zero degrees celsius, a small but mighty group of TBS students traveled to Piaseczno on Saturday morning

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Students worked alongside our friends at the Warsaw Volunteer Mission as part of their local outreach program. The amazing work they do is always so important, but perhaps even more so as the local people are facing the harsh conditions of the winter months.

Students arrived with plenty of sandwiches and hot soup to provide the local people in attendance with a hearty meal after they had spent time looking through the huge amount of donated clothes and goods. It is a truly incredible experience watching how our students conduct themselves and how willing they are to help others, taking the time to get to know the local people and even sharing some jokes.

Our next action is on December 15, 2018 and I would also like to once again thank Henrik Kania Hams for their kind and ongoing donations which help support this important initiative.


Chris Kinlan

SENCO & Year 7 Co-ordinator