The PTG meeting scheduled for this week has been postponed for one week as Mr. Paul is not available. The meeting will now be held on Wednesday, 25 January 2017 at 08.00 a.m. At that meeting we will welcome a Positive Psychologist who will outline her areas of work and things that parents may be interested in learning more about. The PTG would be happy to set up coffee morning sessions if there are areas of particular interest to a number of people. Several other topics will be discussed included feedback on ECA sign-ups for this term. Please come along to the meeting if you have anything that you would like to discuss. If you have a particular concern or question, please let us know by e-mail PTGChair@standrews.ac.th.
Preparations for Community Day on Saturday, 4 February 2017 are well underway and already the PTG Committee would like to thank Estates for their help.
All the favourite rides will be there and we have doubled up on some of the very popular rides to try and help ease the waiting time. We have also added a couple of new attractions and the day is shaping up to be great fun.
Raffle tickets will be sent home soon – and there are some amazing prizes up for grabs. Please remember that only a few prizes will be drawn on Community Day itself so please hold onto your tickets and check the Newsletter and at school for the other prizes which will be drawn a bit later. If you are in a position to offer a prize for the raffle, please get in touch with us by e-mail at PTGChair@standrews.ac.th.
I would like to take this opportunity to remind everyone that Community Day is the PTG’s only fund-raising event of the year and, without your support, we cannot continue to support our students and the wider STA community.
Please remember that Lost and Found is now housed in the PTG room. Feel free to pop in and have a look if you have lost something. We are getting quite a collection of water bottles! Please make sure that everything that your children bring into school is clearly marked with their name. If it is, it is much more likely to find its way back to its owner.