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PTG: The AGM is next week

The Annual General Meeting of the PTG will be held next Tuesday, 25 September in the Drama Studio at the Primary School. Details on candidatures and voting procedures have been sent to all parents. Plans are coming together for International Day. Please get in touch if you haven’t yet heard from your country coordinator.

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Thank you to those parents who have expressed an interest in joining the PTG Committee for the coming year.

The existing Committee will step down and, together with the new applicants, stand for (re)election. Elections will be held during the AGM on Tuesday, 25 September in the Drama Studio at the Primary School, starting at 08.15 The biographies of the candidates as well as details on voting have been sent to all parents. At the AGM we will have an overview of all our achievements of the past 12 months. We look forward to seeing you at the meeting and celebrating everything we have achieved together.

International Day 2018

Plans are well underway for International Day and lots more practical information will be sent out to the country coordinators soon. We are trying to reduce the amount of waste by using reusable plates and cups and hope to not have any straws.

We are very much aware that we have lots of new families this year and we realise that no system is perfect, so if you have not heard from your country coordinator or, if you are new to school and perhaps represent a country that has not been represented before, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us and we can either put you in touch with your country coordinator or help you out if you’re interested in representing a new country. The best way to reach us is by email on

Lost and Found at Primary School

Please find below the procedure for the management of Lost and Found at Primary School. Lost and Found is run by parent volunteers so if you have some spare time and would like to help out, we would love to hear from you. Please get in touch by email on

  • Any items found at any time deemed valuable, such as money/wallets, electronics, jewellery or items of personal significance/emotional value such as a photo must be taken immediately to the School Office.

  • Any other items found during the day that are not being directly supervised or attended to by another student should remain in the same location, allowing the owner to return to where they left it and collect it themselves.

  • Any items still found to be unattended or attached to a student at the end of the day are to be collected by Estates staff and delivered to the Lost Property Room.

  • Lost Property will open on Tuesday and Thursday mornings for children to retrieve items. Parents can come anytime to look and retrieve lost items. The key can be borrowed from the School Office.

  • Any items clearly marked with a student’s name will be returned to the child’s classroom, with the exception of hats. Hats will stay in lost property until retrieved.

  • Un-named items (non uniform) will be kept in Lost Property for 1 month and will then be passed onto charity. Un-named uniforms/hats will be kept in Lost Property for 2 months and will then be handed over to our Second-hand Uniform Shop to be sold. Proceeds from the sale of second-hand uniform is given to charity.

It is extremely important that all items that your child brings into school be clearly marked with their name and, where possible, their class. This will make it much easier for lost items to be returned to their owners.