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Proactive Community Leaders at BMS

Proactive Community Leaders at BMS


James Burley
James Burley
Proactive Community Leaders at BMS

It has been very exciting to see our wide range of Student Leadership opportunities launch this half term. One team that has been very proactive has been the Community Leaders, expertly supervised by Mrs. Speker. They have been instrumental in collecting food items for local people in need of them and have many other ideas in the pipeline.

Jhanavi (Year 12 Community Leader) writes:

“This half term, all of the community leaders myself included, have especially focused on mental health and the importance of spreading awareness of various mental health issues that impact most people at some point in their lives, which many have been significantly exposed to within the last two years, in the face of a pandemic. We want to promote a safe culture of talking about typically taboo topics as these are more common than we all think and emphasising an importance on having healthy coping mechanisms.

As well as this, we are continuing with our annual food drive this term, and are strongly encouraging people to donate and bring food and other essential items to help a local cause!

We have many more exciting events planned for the upcoming months, particularly the festive period in which we are hoping to get as many people involved with as possible!”

I very much look forward to continuing to see the great work of our Community Leaders over the course of the year.

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