I hope everyone had a relaxing week off whether you travelled or stayed in Bangkok. I know my children and I were ready for the break.
This next half-term promises to be a busy one. We have International Day on Friday, 10 November on the Primary Campus and on Friday, 17 November on the High School Campus. I know everyone involved is working very hard and from the little bits of conversations I have heard from different country groups, it is going to be a fabulous celebration of the diverse cultures of the St Andrews community.
As we all know, time passes scarily quickly and before we know it, it will be December and we will be putting up the Christmas trees and decorations. We always need volunteers to help with this so please keep a look out nearer the time for where and when you can help.
Planning for the Christmas Fair will start now and if you have a small business or charity and you would like to have some space at the Christmas Fair, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
The St Andrews PTG Facebook page is ready to be launched. You will be receiving an e-mail in the coming days explaining its aim and terms and conditions for use. Briefly, its aim is to further strengthen our school community and provide another avenue for communication.
Lost and Found at the Primary Campus is running very efficiently – this is just a gentle reminder to label everything that your child brings into school and to check from time to time that the name hasn’t disappeared in the wash!
Albane is still running the stock of second-hand uniform and is planning a sale on the High School campus soon. More information will follow nearer the time.
As always, the PTG Committee is here to help in any way we can. You can find many of us around the Primary Campus before and after school or you can simply send us an email to email@example.com