|Chinese New Year Celebrations|
We all enjoyed a myriad of fun and traditional Chinese activities to celebrate bringing in the Year of the Ox. Red envelopes filled with Good Luck Symbols, created by older students, were given to our Primary children in their Mandarin classes. It was lovely to see everyone joining in the spirit of the day, all dressed in the lucky red costumes. Thank you to Ms Shu-Yi, Ms Bonnie and K Card.
|Early Years Parent Workshop – Active learning in the Early YearsMs Rachel will be holding a workshop for parents on Thursday February 18th at 9:00am in the meeting room above the Early Years area. The session will be focussing on how children develop skills, aptitudes, knowledge and understanding through play-based learning.|
Please enter through the Early Years entrance, wear masks and maintain social distancing. Parking alongside the school will be available. We ask you to be respectful of our neighbours when parking.
Reading Workshop – KS2Mr Matt will be holding a virtual workshop on Tuesday February 16th at 2:00pm for parents in Year 3 to Year 6 The workshop will focus how reading is taught within KS2 and how parents can provide their support at home. The Google meet link is: meet.google.com/gef-oztu-vyy. Please contact K Kate (K.email@example.com) if you encounter any technical difficulties.
Non-Uniform Day to support Rescue P.A.W.SOn the Friday February 26th Lydia and Tilly, Y8 students, are leading a fundraising drive to support Rescue P.A.W.S (Providing Animal Welfare through Sterilisation). This is a local charity working to improve the welfare of soi dogs through sterilisation, vaccination and education. All students are invited to wear casual dress or dress up in a costume, and are asked to donate 50thb for Rescue PAWS. The charity also offers visits to schools, so we will follow this up too.
Cycling to SchoolIt is great to see so many students cycling to and from school. We do urge students to remember to wear their cycling helmets for safety.