Recently the charity Mallorca Sense Fam contacted Bellver International College asking us to participate in their ongoing campaign to collect food for needy people.
In these times of crisis this charity organises food for families who have very little by giving them food so that they are able to use the small amount of money that they have to pay rent, electricity, medicines etc.
The pupils, parents and staff were delighted to collaborate and the donations were collected from the classrooms by the young members of our Leo’s Club and deposited in the Mallorca Sense Fam van ready to be distributed.
For the past two weeks, the Bellver Leo Club have been planning how to organise their stall at the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and on Sunday they saw their efforts come to fruition in Santa Ponsa.
The students, from years 7, 8 and 9 arrived early on Sunday morning and set about decorating their table and preparing games for the public to play.
The multi lingual students had no problem conversing with people of all ages and were able to explain the charitable nature of their club.
Parents were also happy to see their children involved in the worthwhile cause and everyone is looking forward to the Europe Day celebrations in May.
Student from Reception through to Sixth Form have been working hard in preparation for Bellver’s Art Week. The theme this year is ‘The Rainforest’ and the school hall has been converted into an amazing jungle scene.
Drawing and paintings join 3D art together with ceramics to make a magical jungle adventure.
At the inauguration eager students were excited to show off their work to their parents and friends.
Headmaster, Mr. Déperrois, thanked Art teacher, Jean Anne Jorgensen, for the exhibition and owner, Mrs. Muirhead, presented her with a beautiful bouquet of flowers.
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