The next seven weeks will be very active, indeed, filled with many sport fixtures, tournaments and swim meets. The fun kicks off this Friday in Primary School with ‘Frightful Friday’ where those with creative, and perhaps even scary, Halloween costumes can come to school ready to have a spooky celebration of the first week back.
Despite the fact that the Thai Government has declared that the 4th-5th November to be public holidays due to the ASEAN Summit happening in Bangkok during this time, please note that this decree does not affect St Andrews. We will operate as normally scheduled for lessons and ECA activities on these days.
On the 11th of November, we will celebrate Loy Kratong with assemblies at both Primary and High School to commemorate this national festival. We also invite everyone to come to school dressed in Thai costumes to really bring out the spirit of this occasion. This celebration begins one of the lovelier periods of the year as we look forward to the rain-free days of the “Cool Season” in our run-up to the Christmas holidays.
However, the final two weeks of this term will be exceptionally busy, as always, with lots of shows and music concerts building up to the Christmas Fair at each campus - certainly a great time of year that everyone enjoys and looks forward to.
Welcome back to school. I hope everyone has a wonderful second half of this term 1
School Calendar 2019/2020
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