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Fill a Bag - Secondary non-uniform day

As is usual at this time of year, we will be trying to help those less fortunate than ourselves.

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We will be running a secondary non-uniform day on Friday 12 April in Secondary, to support the work of the Warsaw Volunteer Mission (WVM). As many of you are aware, the students and teachers regularly help out the WVM on a Saturday by making soup and sandwiches.

What we hoping to do is provide some help for family celebrations over Easter, for those in and around Warsaw that struggle to make ends meet.

To do this, we would like any secondary student who comes to school out of uniform on Friday 12 April (Years 7-13) to bring a carrier bag of non-perishable food. (Adding some Easter treats would make this even better). These bags will be given to the WVM to distribute to those they know need them most. Thank you in advance for your support.


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Coordinator of the collection

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