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Secondary Students give back with Warsaw Volunteer Mission

At 8:30am students came into school to prepare 100 sandwiches and two large ham and potatoes soups to support extremely underprivileged persons outside of Warsaw.

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A huge thankyou to “Henryk Kania” for their huge donation of ham and meat.

Henryk Kania has generously agreed to continually to support our students’ humanitarian actions by suppling all meat products for the monthly actions. These actions are in collaboation with the Warsaw Vollenteer Mission (WVM) a long standing non-profit foundation in Warsaw.

Mr Kinlan and Mr Mitchell look forward to the next action with another group of TBS students on the 13th of October.

Here are some of the personal feelings our students’ had at the end of the action;

 

“Satisfied”

“Fulfilled”

“Happy to make others happy”

“Amazing to be a part of the action”

We made a difference to their day”

“Happy to make people smile and fill their bellies”

“Accomplished”

 

Paul Mitchell

Head of Year 11 & Mathematics Teacher