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Foundation Stage & Key Stage 1: Creating while recycling

Students in Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 at St Andrews International School Bangkok have been creating some amazing things with recycled cardboard tubes...Read on for some valuable information regarding ECA start dates and the routines for collecting your children after their club.

Hack the toilet roll

Have your children been demanding toilet roll and kitchen roll inners this week? If so, you have probably not been alone struggling to keep up with the demand.

It has been lovely to see the creativity in the classrooms as the children use very similar resources and a lot of brain power to design and make things that are so completely different. The children have been encouraging their teachers to think outside the box!

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There was an awful lot of discussion, some great collaboration, some adapting of designs, reflecting and evaluating.

Of course this has resulted in the children wanting to carry on projects at break times… and our craft bins being emptied very quickly. If you have any egg boxes, cardboard tubes and cereal boxes at home, you can bring some of them down to the T Block where you will see bins. Cardboard is a bit more versatile as it is easy to cut and paint. I have seen some people already filling the bins so thank you for that.

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  • Your design should be bright and colourful.

  • You should think creatively about how best to convey what each letter represents.

  • STEAM also helps to promote creativity, collaboration and communication – can your logo represent these elements too?

  • Consider the use of colour and the style of your lettering. Which images will you choose to use?

  • You can work individually, with a partner or in a small group.

  • Your design can be completed on A3 or A4 paper as it will need to be scanned.

  • Please hand your logo design to your class teacher by Monday 24th September and they will award you 2 house points.

Happy designing!

ECA and Swimming Start Dates and other information

  • Due to an unusually high demand, we will now be starting the full ECA Programme on Monday September 17th (not the 10th as previously advertised). This has given the ECA Management Team the opportunity to look at the ECAs with large waiting lists and, where possible, put in extra staffing or add in additional days to provide more children with their top choice clubs.

  • The ECAs will still run for 10 weeks.

Important routines for the start and end of KS1 after school activities

The first few weeks of ECAs are very busy as the children and their teachers learn who has which club on which day. For new parents especially, the information below will hopefully make things clearer but if you have questions please contact the Year Leaders.

  • At 2.30 p.m. the children who do not have a club or go home by bus follow the normal routine. Children who have clubs remain inside the buildings where the TAs will organise them into groups to take them to their ECAs.

  • At the end of the ECA, those FS/KS1 children travelling home by bus will be collected from the club by monitors and taken to the bus. If you are in school and have decided to take your child home, please remember to inform the Transport Team. Do not just take them from their club.

  • Parents and carers collecting FS/KS1 students should go to the club venue. You will be asked by the ECA provider to sign a register so that we know who has collected each child. Where possible, please make sure your child knows who will be collecting them and remind nannies and other carers to sign the register before they leave.

  • When the ECA teachers have said goodbye to the children in their group, anyone left behind will be taken to the School Office from where parents will be called.

  • A very small number of students may have an ECA followed by squad training. If this applies to your child please let the class teacher know so that they can coordinate with the leader of the first ECA and support your child as necessary in getting to their late club.

  • If your child is only taking part in a late club (3.45pm start) you need to be sure there is someone at school to supervise them from 2.30 p.m. and take them along to the club, as teachers and TAs are of course all busy running their own clubs or in meetings during this time.

Important email addresses

By now most of you will know how to contact your child's teacher and the Year Leader responsible for their year group, but below you will find the details for other staff you might need to contact.

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