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Foundation Stage & Key Stage 1: Celebrating peace

St Andrews International School Bangkok celebrated the International Day of Peace at the end of last week... International Day is fast-approaching...Don’t forget to get in touch if you would like to enroll new children for the next academic year

Peace Day

Friday 21 September was the International Day of Peace, a day that has been observed around the world since it was established by the United Nations in 1981. To mark this day Ms Marie and Ms Alice had taught the KS1 and KS2 children a special song, and the children sang it together in special assemblies on Friday. They did a fantastic job.  Also on Friday we announced the winners of the House Captain Votes and managed to distribute a large number of our new Superstar certificates. A great end to a busy week.

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New Admissions for 2018-2019

All families should have recently received an email from the Admissions Department asking if you have any children not currently enrolled in St Andrews, whom you hope to enrol next August, or at any point during the 2019-2020 Academic year.  

We are already taking applications for entry into next year’s Foundation Stage and KS1 classes but in order for us to prioritise our current families, you need to fill in an application form and give this to the Admissions team as soon as possible. You can also get in contact with them at the following email addresses:

The Connection Between Listening Skills and Academic Success

Have you ever felt that your child just isn’t listening? You know they can hear you but they don’t follow instructions well? There are of course a number of factors that affect your child’s ability to pay attention, but unless we can improve their ability to listen it can have a significant impact on academic learning both now and in the future.

Luckily there are things you can do to boost listening skills but, as with many things, early intervention is key.

Ms Rachel Nahimas will be running a workshop for parents on Tuesday 2 October at 8.00 a.m. in the Drama Studio.

The workshop “Encouraging our Children to Listen”  sets out to explore how we are able to help our children to actively listen to us more. The target audience is parents from FS3 (Reception), Year 1 and Year 2.

International Day is on its way!

On Friday 12 October we will be celebrating International Day in the Primary School.  We have a number of classroom activities that take place in the weeks leading up to International Day itself, but new families need to be preparing for dressing up in national costumes on the 12th and joining in the celebrations!

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