The Bowsland Green Diversity Council is looking forward to celebrating the diversity we have in our school and learning from each other.
Diversity club – Thursday Lunchtime
Would you like to be part of the Bowsland Green Diversity Club?
This term we are running a Diversity Club for pupils that might be interested in:
- Fundraising and charity work
- Learning and exploring about varying cultures
- Volunteering in the community
- Investigational journalism
- If you would like to take part in the diversity club please see Mr Clemo for further information. All children are welcome to join but pupils must be committed to attending and will be first come, first serve.
Our Diversity Club Members 2016-17
Diversity Club’s Upcoming Fundraiser – Sponsored Sleep Over in School! 31st March
Diversity Club are raising awareness for the increasing amount of homeless people in Bristol. The Diversity Club members have decided to organise a fundraiser raising money for St Mungo’s, a Bristol based homeless charity, and are introducing a very exciting opportunity to help people in need and have lots of fun!
Diversity Club will be releasing more information about the sponsored sleep over soon!
Diversity Club Jam
The members of Diversity Club were set the challenge of creating a short video that best represented what we do as a collective group. The members had to harness their creativity and imagination to create their interpretation of our club. The results were fantastic, here are some examples…
Calais Clothes Drive
The children in diversity club have been working extremely hard fundraising for a local charity that supports refugees in Calais. Today the children successfully collected loads of very generous donations that go to helping people in desperate need!
The members of Diversity club have been hard at work over the first term, researching information about the current Refugee Crisis in Europe. The children have been investigating the problems that millions of innocent people are facing, in countries like Syria, and how they are trying to find a better life for themselves and their families in Europe. In particular, the Diversity Club members have been focusing on the current crisis in Calais and have been trying to understand why people are so desperate to get to the UK and why people are risking their lives to get here.
Due to the fact that winter is approaching and the weather is going to continue to worsen, the children have decided to organise a ‘Clothes Drive’ for refugees that are stuck in Calais. The Diversity Club Members are asking for any donations of warm clothes, unused jackets or anything people can spare to try and help people in need.