It was great to welcome the High School students and Year 3 back to school last week after their residential trips to many destinations around Thailand. There were lots of tired faces but everyone seemed to have had a great time getting to know their friends and teachers better through the different challenges each trip held.
This week Year 5 and 6 will be out of school from Tuesday 31st January until Friday. In order to get the children onto the coaches there will be no parking for parents at school. I apologise for the inconvenience this causes. The Year 5 and 6 parents who wish to see their children off will be able to park at the school car parks which are found on Soi 20.
On Saturday 4th February we are holding our annual Community Day. All the rides and games have been booked and will start being set up in school on Friday 3rd February after 3.00pm. There has been a lot of work put in by the PTG committee to really make this a successful and entertaining day, especially for your children. Our school Accounts Department is selling entrance bracelets, so avoid the queues at the gate and get them before Saturday. Like last year there is one price to get in with no rides which is a white bracelet and one black bracelet which allows the owner to go on rides as many times as they would like. This seemed to work really well last year and we have booked two foam pits and two ball pools this year to try to reduce the queues.
There will be limited parking at school as you are aware but our shuttle buses will be operating a free service starting at 10.30 am. to bring families coming and returning by Prakhanong BTS sky train (Taisin Square, Exit 1) to the school, similar to the service we run during the week.
I am looking forward to this year’s Community day and hope to see you and your family on Saturday enjoying the food and entertainment.
Nord Anglia Education Parent Survey
Each year Nord Anglia Education Central management ask for feedback from the families of children who attend their schools around the world. This is collected through an online survey which parents of each school are asked to complete. This survey consists of a range of questions about many aspects of the school’s management and takes about 15 minutes to complete. This survey generates very useful information which is analysed by the central team and then presented to schools. The valuable data identifies the areas in which we need to improve to provide a better service to our school community.
We will share the results with the PTG and also the action plans we create to deal with any issues raised. The online survey information will be sent to you later this week. Please sign on and complete it.
It would be really very useful if as many families as possible completed this survey. We want to hear your feedback.