Dwight Community News
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LOWER SCHOOL Parents Association Meeting
Time: 9-10am, THURS APRIL 28
Where: Lower School Library – ALL WELCOME!
Walkers & Talkers-- a walk through magnificent Hampstead Heath & then coffee at the cafe.
When: Friday, May 6, 9:15am
Where: Meet in front of Kenwood House. Hampstead Lane, Hampstead, NW3 7JR. Free parking along Hampstead Lane. Pay-parking available in Kenwood Parking Lot. Bus 210. Parents driving from Dwight can help with rides, too. RSVP: Please send your name, mobile number, and travel needs to firstname.lastname@example.org by 8 a.m. on the morning of the walk (so we know to wait for you at Kenwood!). It may be muddy….wear appropriate footwear.
Join us monthly at local coffee shops -- meet a new Dwight parent or catch up with parents you already know.
When: Thursday, May 12
Time: after morning drop-off, around 9am
Where: The Emporium, on the High Road one block south of Sainsbury's
RSVP: None necessary! Open to all Dwight parents.
LOWER SCHOOL Book Fair - PARENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR MAY 17-19 AFTER SCHOOL Please contact Kate Stables at email@example.com
Date: Week of May 16th
Where: Eco 1
Out and About Walk
Dennis Severs' House – EVENING OUTING!
Date: Friday, 13th May
Meet: 7:15pm at the house for an 7:30pm entrance – 18 Floodgate Street, Spitalfields, E1 6BX
Cost: £15 per person – You will need to prebook your own tickets online for the 7:30pm time – BOOK EARLY to avoid disappointment!
Dennis Severs’ House is both a breath-taking and intimate portrait of the lives of a family of Huguenot silk-weavers from 1724 to the dawn of the 20th Century. As you follow their fortunes through the generations, the sights, the smells and sounds of the house take you into their lives. It was Dennis Severs’ intention that you enter his house as if you have passed through a painting, exploring with your senses and imagination a meticulously crafted 18th Century world. Please contact Michele O’Neill once you have booked your spots so she knows to look out for you! Michele@seanoneill.com – 07519 236 803
DO YOU LIKE TO SING? The Dwight School Community Choir seeks singers for rehearsals 2 hours each week at a small cost. No singing experience required, just a sense of fun! If interested, contact: Louise Keane: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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D1 Student Zaki-Hussain Hirji Making a Difference
Through the partnership with Habitat for Humanity Global Village, I have the opportunity to work on a new home building project with a family in need!
Last summer I was involved in community development projects that took place in Kenya. It was incredible to see the difference we made to the people and their lifestyle.
This August, I am planning to travel to Honduras where my team and I will work with families in the local community to develop the area and aid in the construction of their homes and facilities. The total amount I am raising is £2500.
It seems like the perfect opportunity to carry out this passion of mine and to also see more of the world, meet some incredible people and experience new cultures.
Considering I am using it as a CAS Project, I am holding a non-uniform day at school on Friday, 29th April. I chose this date as it coincides with Arbor Day (Tree Day), a holiday in which individuals and groups are encouraged to plant and care for trees. Some of the work we plan to do in Honduras will be to restore the local area by means of planting trees, installing ground sewage lines and clean water facilities that all in turn will make an impact on the environment. I hope to see all the students and staff wearing something green to promote awareness about looking after the environment and how every little helps.
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