Lost and Found at Primary School
Please see below the procedures required to protect valuable items and allow students and parents the opportunity to recover misplaced or recently forgotten items.
Any items found at any time deemed valuable, such as money/wallets, electronics, jewellery or items of personal significance/emotional value such as a photo must be taken immediately to the School Office.
Any other items found during the day that are not being directly supervised or attended to by another student should remain in the same location, allowing the owner to return to where they left it and collect it themselves.
Any items still found to be unattended or attached to a student at the end of the day are to be collected by Estates staff and delivered to the Lost Property Room.
Lost Property will open on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 7.00 a.m. until 9.00 a.m. for children to retrieve items. Parents can come anytime to look for and retrieve lost items. The key can be borrowed from the School Office.
Children are not to have access to the key unless accompanied by a teacher or parent.
Any items clearly marked with a student’s name will be returned to the child’s classroom, with the exception of hats. Hats will stay in the lost property until retrieved.
Un-named items (non-uniform) will be kept in Lost Property for 1 month and will then be passed onto charity. Un-named uniforms/hats will be kept in Lost Property for 2 months and will then be handed over to our Second-hand Uniform Shop to be sold. Proceeds from the sale of second-hand uniform is given to charity.
Eco Warriors Club
The Eco Warriors club in Primary School is looking for help from parents. They need willing volunteers to help develop and maintain a vegetable garden on the top of the R block building. This is a huge job but with your help they know they can do it.
Why do we want to grow our own vegetables?
A school garden is a powerful educational tool. Through gardening, students become more responsible and learn important science skills of trial and error, predicting and problem solving. They have the opportunity to learn real agricultural life skills on a small scale as well as understand the interconnections among all living and nonliving things. The children also gain a deep understanding of where their food comes from and how to harvest and prepare healthy and delicious food. In addition, working with nature is very relaxing and allows children to really focus and unwind whilst building important teamwork skills.
What we need to succeed
We need help! We know that many of our parents are skilled and knowledgeable gardeners, understanding well what will grow specifically in Thailand. We need help sourcing high quality local seeds and soil. We need people to help us develop and maintain the space. All expertise is welcome!
If you are interested please contact Miss Helen on email@example.com
There will be a PTG meeting open to all parents on Wednesday, 14 November 2018 starting at 08.30 a.m. in the Exam Room (7th Floor of the KS2 building) at the Primary School. Continuing on from last year, we will alternate holding these meetings in each campus and the later start of 08.30 as opposed to 08.00 is to give parents chance to get to the Primary School from High School. We hope as many parents as possible will join us at the meeting. This is a great opportunity to hear what we have been working on with school so far this year as well as a chance for you to raise any issues that may be of concern to you. Mr Paul and Mr Roo will attend the meeting. The agenda will be sent out towards the end of this week.