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Key Stage 2: Where charity in action prevails

Year 3 participated in their annual Skipathon fund-raising event… Congratulations to the winners of NAE Global Campus Photographer of the Year...Christmas boxes are ready to accept your generous donations...the NAE Games are just two weeks away!

Year 3 Skipathon

Last term, the Year 3 children took part in their annual Skipathon event to support the work they did in their “Fit for Life” topic. This event was created to raise money for the Bumrungrad Hospital Foundation charity, that raises money for underprivileged Thai people who are unable to afford crucial heart surgery. The children raised money by taking part in a skipping event where each class went onto the school field and participated in different skipping events over the course of an hour. They received sponsorship for this from family and friends and from this they managed to raise a tremendous amount of 60,386 baht for the charity.

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All the year 3 teachers are very proud of the children for taking part in such a noble event and the children were delighted to learn about how much they have raised for such a crucial charity.

We would like to say a huge thank you to parents and the children for supporting this very successful charity event!

Global Campus Photographer of the Year

The Global Campus (Nord Anglia’s online learning platform), in association with UNICEF, held a ‘photographer of the year’ competition. The theme of this year’s competition was ‘Where we live’ and STA were delighted to have entrants in both primary categories. The aim of the competition was to raise awareness of the Global Goals for sustainable development, which will be a focus for other projects this year. The children had to take a photo that showed they were thinking about how to make our city a better place to live and they had lots of ideas ranging from recycling and pollution, to beach clean-ups and the need for green plants, fresh air and exercise.

Thank you to everyone who entered and to the student council for sharing their thoughts and opinions to judge our winners…

  • Highly commended: Ms. Jen, Apoline (6L) and Aayan (3S)
  • Third: Lalasa (6F)
  • Second: Roman (5S)
  • First: Alice (6T)

If you would like more information on Global Campus, or to enter other competitions you can access the site via the link on our school moodle page. You can see the children’s work on the display board in the walkway through the music area.

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Christmas Boxes

As we head towards December and the excitement of Christmas, we at St Andrews use this as an opportunity to reflect on our lives and appreciate how lucky we are to live such comfortable lives. Christmas is a time of giving and present us with a fantastic opportunity to give something back to the city we live in and those less fortunate than ourselves.

In KS2 we will be collecting and donating Christmas boxes to the Bangkok Refugee Centre. This is a chance to make a difference to a child’s life at this happy time of year. We ask that you send in a box filled with small gifts and useful items that will go a long way to helping a child enjoy Christmas, even if their family is facing the difficulty of living as refugees in a strange land.

The boxes could include: small toys, toiletries, books, underwear, etc. When you have filled and wrapped your box, please make sure it is clearly labelled. This should include the target gender and age group. Boxes can be left under the Christmas tree in the school office from Monday 4th December.

Nord Anglia Education U11 Games

Don’t forget, it’s only 3 weeks away until St Andrews will host the annual Nord Anglia Education U11 South East Asia Games. The Primary PE team are busy organising this exciting tournament for our U11 children. This is a fantastic opportunity for some of our athletes to complete on a wider scale.

While only a selection of students will be taking part, we would love to have a big crowd of support for our teams which will hopefully be made up of parents, fellow students and teachers- all to give a big STA cheer on their way to hopeful victory.

The two day tournament- Saturday and Sunday- involves basketball and teeball. The basketball venue will be over at our High School in the new double Sports Hall, while the tee-ball will be held at Ramkhamhaeng University. This will be a fantastic opportunity for aspiring tee-ball and basketball players to come along and see what they could be involved in in the future. Any questions about the event should be directed to Mr Damon: damon.se@standrews.ac.th">damon.se@standrews.ac.th