BHA School Council pupils are promoting the collection of food to support Sufra NW London our local community food bank and kitchen.
The yellow food bins will be located just inside the school gates
The food bank provides emergency food aid to disadvantaged individuals and families in crisis. Last year, the charity collected and distributed 100s of tonnes of food, supporting over 9,000 people. The charity is entirely reliant on donations of food from the general public.
If you would like to donate some food, please could you send any non-perishable food items, which are sealed and in their original packaging, with your child to school from 15th-29th January 2020.
As guidance, the foodbank have highlighted the following foods that are in particular short supply at the moment. These include:
Cooking Oil (1L only)
Jam Stock Cubes
The foodbank does NOT require pasta and baked beans, as they are in good stock.
There will be a series of workshops for parents to attend during the Spring Term. The first of which will be taking place on Thursday 16th January 2020. This workshop is for primary parents for a better understanding on Purple Mash to help educate your child at home.
Primary & Secondary pupils will participate in a workshop on Tuesday 14th February 2020 facilitated by Dan Thompson, who is running the world to raise money for Cancer Research UK in the run up to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The workshop will encourage pupils to consider an active lifestyle.