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Wednesday lunch time marked the first meeting of Card Club – an initiative for the charity ‘Letters Against Isolation’ run by four Lower VI (Year 8) members of Amnesty Society. It was a great success and we were all utterly shocked at the turn out from Years 7-9 and their festive enthusiasm.

‘Letters Against Isolation’ is a charity set up to bring together local communities by writing cards and messages to those isolated in care homes around the world. As we all know, this time of year, in the lead up to the festive period, can be particularly lonely for those in care, so we decided to run two Christmas card making clubs before the holidays. 

We were delighted with the beautiful cards that everyone who came produced and we will be sending them to Lakeside Care Home to bring festive cheer. To anyone who came this week, thank you so much and to any other students who feel they have missed out, we are running an even bigger and better session next Wednesday (7/12/22) at 12:30 in G1 and G2 (there might even be sweets and Christmas music!)

Lily, Nikki, Seohyeon, Alex 

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