Service Learning News

Springboard and Year 1 Jumble Sale

Donated Items: Saturday 26 January, 2019
Thank you to Operations staff for taking the items that have been dropped off at BSM to Springboard Foundation on Saturday. We kindly request that families now make the donations directly to Springboard. For more info:

Year 1: Jumble Sale: Friday 1 February 2019
On Friday morning, Year 1 held their annual Jumble Sale to raise money for their friends at Tahanan Ng Pagmamahal Children’s Home. Year 1 students went around school during the week to personally promote the sale to Support Staff, and worked really hard on the day to make it a huge success. A huge amount of quality items were donated, so a big thank you to the Year 1 parents for helping out as well.

International Evening – Friday 15 February 2019
Two weeks tomorrow, we be welcoming you to the biggest evening in the Service Learning Calendar, International Evening. We are very grateful for the support that families have given us; helping out with food stalls, performances and the Parade of Nations.

Php 750 (for Senior Students and all adults)
Php 500 (for Primary Students aged 3 and over)
Free (for all children under 3 years old)

Tickets are available on Ground Level before and after school every day. And if you buy 10 tickets together, you can reserve a table.

Parade of Nations
Please remember to sign up for the Parade of Nations on this Google Form: Parade of Nations 2019 – Sign Up (please do a separate form for each person) or on the boards at Ground Level by the Covered Court.

All adults and students are welcome, you just need to dress up! There are prizes for the best outfits, and every participant (students, parents, yayas, friends and relatives) receive a house point towards the overall competition! Winners will be announced on the big stage on the night – so be prepared!

Food Stalls
We are delighted to announce some fantastic Food Stalls this year. Thank you to everyone who is stepping up to help
again. And a big BSM welcome to new parents who are getting stuck in.

If you are asked for support by your country representative, please let them know if you are able to volunteer to help, provide any goods on the day (decor / food / etc), or a financial contribution.

An event like International Evening takes a huge amount of effort from a lot of people. In addition to those helping out with food, the parade and performances, we would really appreciate if anyone is able to go the extra mile, with any of the following:

  • Raffle Prizes (any ideas welcome!)
  • Parade of Nations (helping us to cover the cost of costumes, prizes etc)
  • Marching Band (25k to cover travel and food costs). These street musicians open the Parade for us. They are led by Boyet Sabas, who provides them with instruments and trains them himself.
  • And other costs of the event, such as hiring a sound system, stage, tables, tents etc etc etc!
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