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Key Stage 2: Outstanding feedback

The initial feedback from last week’s inspection team has been tremendous … support Mr Jon’s efforts to raise money for Operation Smile … see Y6 students’ self moving cars … and get ready to meet all of Jungle Book’s cast of characters.


Well done to everyone in KS2. Last week we were all under the watchful eye of an inspection team form the UK who were out to re-accredit our school. We received their initial feedback in which they have judged the school to be outstanding across all areas. They praised the fantastic progress that the students made and were particularly glowing about how well received they were by the children and how they demonstrated the What Makes a Great St Andrews Community values through their behaviour and attitude.

Good job KS2!

This is Sparta!

On Saturday 19th May, one of our Year 3 teachers, Mr Jon, will compete in the Spartan Race in Chonburi. He will do this in aid of Operation Smile, Thailand who provide corrective surgeries for children throughout the country suffering from cleft lip, cleft palate and other facial deformities.

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Mr Jon has already raised over 37,000 baht and needs your generosity to help him reach his target of 50,000 baht. If you would like to support him in his race and help change the lives of children throughout Thailand, please donate to this cause by clicking here or by scanning the above QR code. To donate via the website, you will need a PayPal account. Alternatively, you can donate cash directly to Mr Jon in R32 at the Primary School.

For more information on the life changing work that Operation Smile do, please visit their website.

Self-moving cars - a thing of the future? Not in Year 6!

Last week, Miss Sarah launched a new STEAM project – to design and make a vehicle which can move on its own. Year 6 had a great afternoon discussing various modes of transport and how they thought they moved.

The students had collected a range of junk modelling materials and were provided with a plastic bottle, some straws, a few chopsticks, some tape and a balloon. Working in small groups they discussed their ideas and talked about what to do. They were clearly incredibly enthusiastic and had a plethora of ideas about what they could do to solve the task.

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Drawing up plans, they began creating the next day – measuring, testing, reevaluating, collaborating and listening were all vital skills being used as their prototypes were made. The children learnt the importance of teamwork and of sharing ideas. After testing out wheels, many had to problem solve to find ways to make them move, developing ways to make them move better. Later on, direction caused a few problems and the students had to reevaluate their work to generate solutions to help their vehicles move forward.

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We are currently at various stages of completing our cars but are looking forward to next Friday afternoon when they can be finished and raced!

If you have a good idea, why don’t you try it out at home and come show Miss Sarah in room C11 (Year 6 quad).

Don’t forget to take part in Ms Sarah’s Term 3 STEAM competition: STREET SMART

Click on this link to find out more

Welcome to the Jungle!

The actors are ready to take to the stage for the KS2 Production 2018- The Jungle Book. The children are very excited about the three performances for parents next week, as well as the dress rehearsals for their friends in Y4-6. The shows are all now fully booked. The show will be filmed and made available to you all after the run of shows has finished. There will also be a special showcase event for the younger students, which parents are also welcome to attend. This will be a highlight of the songs from the show. We wish good luck to the musicians who are performing in the orchestra and say ‘Break a leg!’ to all of our young actors.

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Coming Soon

This term, we are going to be focusing on a few different aspects of the What Makes A Great St Andrews Community which we are going to be grouping under the theme of Choose Kind. Keep an eye out for more details.

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Dates to remember for this term:

  • Monday 14 to Friday 18 May - Y6 Sats week

  • WB 21 May - KS2 Jungle Book Performances

  • Monday 28 to Wednesday 30 - Half term (school closed)

  • Thursday 31 - school opens

  • Monday 4 June to Friday 8 June - Primary FOBISIA Games

  • Wednesday 6 June - Y3 Expo

  • Wednesday 13 June - Y5 & 6 Music Concert

  • Thursday 14 June - Y4 Expo

  • Thursday 14 June - Y6 Prom

  • Wednesday 20 June - Y5 & 6 Sports Day

  • Wednesday 20 June - Primary ECA Music Concert

  • Friday 22 June - Y6 Leavers Assembly

  • Tuesday 26 June - Primary Sports Awards

  • Wednesday 27 June - Y5 Expo

  • Thursday 28 June - House Music Competitions

  • Friday 29th June - Last Day of Term