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Head’s Lines: Remembering His Majesty the Late King Bhumibol

St Andrews International School Bangkok, along with the entire country, remembers the Late King Bhumibol Adulyadej...The Christmas show and concerts are taking place throughout these last two weeks...The annual Parents’ Satisfaction Survey has been sent out to all parents and we hope you can take the time to complete it... Check out the new parking area at Suk 71 for use of Primary School parents.

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In Commemoration of His Majesty the Late King Bhumibol Adulyadej

As 5th December is observed as Thailand’s National Day and National Father’s Day each year in honour of His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the Thai government invites all people to commemorate His Majesty the late king, the Father of the Thai Nation. He is most remembered for his immense benevolence and contributions for improving livelihoods of all Thai people by implementing numerous sustainable development projects around the nation. In addition, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has declared 5th December to be World Soil Day, and in a related event, the International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS) awarded its first Humanitarian Soil Scientist to His Majesty the late King Bhumibol to honour his tremendous work and contributions in the conservation of soil and natural resources and the environmental protection. The Thai people are encouraged to follow in the footsteps of the late King for the prosperity and sustainability of the country.

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Upcoming Christmas Events

The Primary and High School campuses really do have a Christmas feel with all the decorations that were put up last week. Thank you to our PTG for organising these decorations. There is a real air of excitement across the whole school with all the different Christmas shows, music concerts and Christmas fairs that are taking place over the last two weeks of term. The final assemblies of the year will take place on the morning of on Friday 14 December at both campuses with the school finishing at lunch time. Parents can save the following dates for your calendar:

Tuesday 4 December FS3 Christmas Show at 8.00 am (G Block)
Thursday 6 December

FS1 and 2 Christmas Performance from 8.00 am (G Block)

Y2 Christmas Show at 1.00 pm (Drama Studio)

Friday 7 December

House Community Carol at 7.30 am (Y6 Quad) - Parents are welcome

Y2 Christmas Show at 8.30 am (Drama Studio)

Y2 Christmas Show at 1.00 pm (Drama Studio)

Tuesday 11 December Y1 Christmas Concert at 8.30 am (Y6 Quad)
Wednesday 12 December

Y3 & Y4 Christmas Concert at 1.15 pm (Sports Hall)

Christmas Fair 2.30 - 3.45 pm

Y5 & Y6 Christmas Concert at 4.00 pm (Sports Hall)

Thursday 13 December

High School Christmas Fair at 2.30 - 3.45 pm.

High School Christmas Concert at 4.00-5.15 pm.

Friday 14 December

Primary End of Term 1 Assemblies (Sports Hall)

  • Y1-3 08.00 a.m.
  • Y4-6 09.00 a.m.

KS4/5 End of Term 1 Assembly during PSHE.

KS3 End of Term 1 Assembly at 11.00-11.30 am.

School finishes at 12.30 p.m.

School Closed and Arrangements for the last day of term

Please remember that school is closed this Wednesday 5 December for King Bhumibol’s birthday and next Monday 10 December for Constitution Day.

Next Friday, 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.

Nord Anglia Education Parents’ Satisfaction Survey

Last week a link was emailed to every family so that everyone can access, and hopefully complete, this survey. NAE sends out this survey every year for each of their schools so that we all get anonymous feedback from our school communities. This can give us a lot of really useful information to help plan for the future as we build and adapt our improvement plans. Kindly take the time to complete the survey so we can get the maximum amount of feedback possible. The survey will be live until Sunday, 20 January 2019.

Rembrandt Studio Photo Products

The Rembrandt Studio Photo products will arrive at the Primary School during the course of this week. We will send you an email to let you know the exact date of delivery. Your orders will be sent home with your child.

Primary Car Parking

Our school has been working hard to try and find more car parking for parents of children who attend our Primary School on Sukhumvit 71. There is now a large car parking area available by Pridi Soi 22 called Suk 71.

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Our school name will also be shown indicating that our parents can park for free in this area. One of the school security guards will be there from Monday 26 November, both mornings and afternoons, to help direct parents into parking spaces. It is hoped that parents will use this space and walk the short distance to school and so prevent the congestion that happens in the school car park, particularly at the end of the school day.

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Again I ask parents not to park in any of the streets off Soi 20 which will prevent us from blocking this residential area. This area is a no parking zone and the police are patrolling this area and wheel-clamping cars that are parked there. I hope that parents who need to park will use this great new space, very close to school, at Suk 71.

Recruitment

As we normally do this time of year, we begin the process of recruiting staff for the start of next academic year. First we have surveyed our own teaching staff to let us know what their plans are for their futures at St Andrews. I am pleased to report that turnover from this year’s wonderful group of teachers is going to be very low. In the near future we shall be advertising a whole range of positions - many of which are sought to increase the number of courses offered in the High School IGCSE and IB curriculum, and to support and enhance the specialist subjects taught in the Primary School.

School Calendar 2019-2020

The school calendar showing our term dates and holidays throughout the year has now been approved. This is available for the school website and can be seen by following this link.