GCSE Citizenship Action Groups welcome David Drew MP and Deputy PCC Chris Brierley

 

Citizen Actions are nearing a close in GCSE Citizenship and the 12 campaigns have had amazing results. The group campaigning for a reduction in waste at TK, seen here with David Drew MP, have been successful in gaining recycling and food waste bins for the school dining room, in addition to multiple-use water bottles for all pupils through working with our Business Manager and our catering company. The Deputy Police Crime Commissioner, Chris Brierley, also visited and encouraged students who have been looking out for how they can reduce homelessness and support those in need. Look out for their stall to raise awareness and collect further for the homeless in Stroud town centre by the Baptist Hall on December 1st from 10am-12pm.  We should be grateful if parents have any donations of :

Blankets

Books

Plastic cutlery

Soap/Deodorant

Snacks (in date until March 2019)

Earbuds/wet wipes

that can be passed to the charities supporting the homeless, they could bring them in to school. We expect to pass our donations to the Samaritans who are organising night kitchens when the temperature falls below zero.

 Thank you very much.

 Abi, Emelia, Finn and Louis (Year 11)