Although FS and KS1 students are not involved in the carol concerts this week, it would be lovely to see some of you at the Christmas Fair on Wednesday - from 2.30 - 4.00 p.m. With food available and vendors selling seasonal gifts, and Y6 students running small games and activities, it is always a lovely atmosphere.
The Fair, organised by the PTG, is a popular event and as such will impact parking and traffic flow around school.
*Please try and send the children in with lots of change if they are going to the fair- the games and activities organised by the Y6 students will cost between 10-20 Baht per go. .
Please note that parking and a shuttle bus service are available at MaxValu on Sukhumvit 71. This will run until 6.00 p.m. Parents can stamp their tickets to benefit from free parking for stays of over two hours. The parking stamp will be in the Main Office. There is also parking at Suk 71, just a short walk from school.
Arrangements for the last day of term
Friday is the last day of term and we will be closing at 12.30 p.m. Please make sure that you make arrangements to collect your children at this time. The school buses will be boarding at 12.30 p.m. for a 12.45 p.m. departure.
You can, of course, pick up your children after they have eaten lunch at 11.45 a.m. but please inform the class teachers before you take them out of school.
Future Events - 11 January, Tiger Conservation Day
As you can imagine, though we are already celebrating the end of a successful first term, we are planning well ahead into Term 2 and beyond.
We start off the next term with a sustainability and conservation theme, which we will explain in more detail next term, but we want to give you some advance warning! On Friday 11th January the children will be visited by representatives of The World Wildlife Fund in Thailand (WWF), who will talk to us about conservation in general, but specifically about Thailand’s endangered tiger population. To raise the profile of this event we are inviting staff and students to come to school wearing ‘tiger themed’ clothes. That might just mean wearing orange and black or something more creative!
We ask that children donate 20-50 baht on this day, the money going to the World Wildlife Fund in Thailand to support their local projects.