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Secondary Student Leadership team as Santa's little Helpers

Christmas came early this year for students in two schools in Lekowo and Nowe Worowo, Western Pomerania.

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The Secondary Student Leadership Team acted as  Santa's little helpers and personally delivered 125 presents, along with Christmas chocolates to the Lekowo school and 138 presents to the school in Nowe Worowo. 

Our students were warmly welcomed into lessons in the morning and got a first-hand account of school life in rural Poland.  Students in both schools performed a variety of Polish Christmas songs and our students returned the favour with impromptu renditions of Last Christmas and Jingle Bells before handing out the presents donated by our TBS community. 

We could not have been prouder of our students and we would like to take this opportunity to thank our PTA, especially Sonya and Therese for there hard work and efforts in helping our students spread the Christmas cheer.


Christopher Kinlan

SENCO/Head of Year 7

Kari Ellis

Assistant Head Pastoral / KS3&4 Humanities


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