Service

Tutoring Club

Tom, Antonio & Francesca are holding Tutoring Sessions for all secondary students with homework assignments.

 

Where: Mr Bocken's room (524)

When: Wednesday's from 4:15 - 5:15

 

To find out more contact:

 

antonio.pattori@learning.ecolint.ch

francesca.casalino@learning.ecolint.ch

tomas.shimkus@learning.ecolint.ch

Feet of Grace is an in-school activity here the team aims to raise funds and awareness about the work done by the organisation, which was founded with the objective of providing proper prosthetics to amputees whose lives are sidetracked due to their amputation. 

 

The students in charge are; Marisa Were, Giulia Steinfatt & Ana Di Filippo

 

For more information, you can contact:

marisa.were@learning.ecolint.ch

Feet of Grace

Soup Kitchen

Soup Kitchen meets in Mr Shaws Room on Thursday first break. The aim is to first raise funds for the products that need to be bought in order to feed the less fortunate in Geneva. It is run by Hannah Coyle and Caitlin Tan.

 

For more information please contact:

caitlin.tan@learning.ecolint.ch 

hannah.coyle@learning.ecolint.ch 

In order to promote environmental friendly awareness with the school, the green team patrol organises events in school and advertises local events for the environmental awareness for everyone.

 

It's run by Manami, Tara, Fiona, Francesca & Emily who meet at the table near the library in the cafeteria at Thursday lunchtimes (12:30).

 

For more information contact:

 

manami.forward@learning.ecolint.ch

Green Team

We are a team of students in Year 12 who are organizing a charity concert and an art gallery to fundraise for an NGO called the Borneo Conservation Trust Japan (BCTJ) which acts to protect wildlife from forest fragmentation occurring due to the palm oil plantations in Sabah, Borneo. The organization promotes RSPO-certified palm oil (sustainable palm oil) and also manages several projects including the Green Corridor Project to ensure safe passage for wildlife to migrate between fragmented rainforests to propagate their species.

 

Please see this link for more information: http://www.bctj.jp/lp/borneo-conservation-trust-japan/

 

The fundraising event will take place on March 29th, 2019. We are looking for donations that can be in the form of artwork, food, and drinks. Note: Donating will count CAS (see more below).

 

Donating artwork (photography, paintings, drawings, etc.):

We will be collecting nature-themed artwork for display and to sell during the event. Please submit your artwork by Monday, March 25th, 2019 in Mr. Parry’s room (Room 301).

 

Please write your name on this spreadsheet along with making sure to write your full name and the name of the piece somewhere on the art piece or on a post-it note attached to the artwork when submitted.

 

Note: Donating artwork will count as CAS (Creativity and Service).

 

Donating food and/or drinks:

Please specify the food/drink as well as the amount (e.g x2 or 1L) that you will be donating in the document here. We will be collecting your donations on Friday, March 29th, 2019 in front of the Aula.

 

Note: Donating food/drinks will count as CAS (Service).

 

Other:

There are several jobs that you could take on during the event which you can see here. Please write your name next to the activity which you are interested in. If you’d like to propose any other activities, please send us an email.

 

Note: Activities listed in the document will count as CAS (Service).

Geneva, Switzerland