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PTG: Term 2 kicks off with a PTG Meeting

The PTG looks forward to a full PTG meeting with parents and outlines some of the issues being followed up with school.

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As we start the second half of term 2, it’s business as usual for the PTG Committee.

We will hold a PTG meeting for all parents on Wednesday, 14 March 2018 at 08.00 a.m. in the Exam Room (top floor of the R building) at the Primary School. The agenda will be issued nearer the date. Issues that the Committee have been following up on and which are of great interest to parents are of course appropriate action to protect our children during periods of very poor air quality, access to the new coffee shop at the High School and general issues with the canteen in both the Primary School and High School.  If you have specific comments or concerns, please do not hesitate to send them to us via email to or better still come to the meeting and voice your concerns in person. Nerina is heading a working group to address concerns with the school canteen in particular and she would love to hear from you again by email to

All parents have received an email from Mr. Bevin, our Careers and University Counsellor at High School, outlining a “Week of Work” programme that he is launching.  Mr. Bevin will be a guest speaker at the PTG meeting on 14 March and will outline the programme and how parents can help.  This is a great opportunity to find out more about this exciting opportunity for our older students and parents with Primary School children will be able to put a face to a name of someone who will play an important role as their children progress through High School.

We have also been reviewing Fun Day which was an excellent day but, as with any event, there is always room for improvement and we hope to make next year’s event even better.  Your comments are always welcome.

Looking forward, we will soon be starting to organize the end of year Summer Party.  If anyone can suggest a venue (centrally located, indoors because it’s the rainy season and will good parking and access to taxis and/or the BTS, please get in touch with us.  Better still, if you have an establishment that you could let us use at a good rate we would be very grateful.