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PTG: Santa and his elves are already busy

As the calendar hits mid-November, planning for Christmas is already well underway in Santa’s workshop…and in the PTG Committee. Those elves you might see helping Santa distribute little gifts to the children in Primary School? They happen to know that this year, Santa won’t be handing out plastic. The elves are also responsible for coordinating the vendors at the Christmas Fairs at Primary (Weds 11 Dec) and High School (Thurs 12 Dec). But while it’s still November: don’t forget our third November Coffee Morning – on Careers and Higher Education – on 26 November.

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Both School campuses are starting to look festive, with trees going up and being decorated. This year, at Primary School the students themselves will be doing some of the decorating. Everybody is gearing up towards their end-of-year productions and to Santa’s visit, and to their Christmas concerts and the Christmas Fair. And then, of course, to the well-deserved break.

Santa visits Primary School every year, and always has in his sack some goodies for the children – he counted more than 900 this year! Following a special request by the EcoBeasts, Santa has modified the contents of his sleigh bound for STA so as not to contain plastic toys – it was found that these easily broke and became rubbish, causing more tears than joy. Santa will be assisted by his elves to give the children a magical experience.   

Meanwhile, the elves are also busy organizing the vendor component of the Christmas Fairs on both campuses. If any parents are also vendors and would be interested in a place at one or both of the Christmas Fairs, please get in touch at ptgevents@standrews.ac.th.

Coming up: Coffee Morning on Careers and Higher Education

The Coffee Mornings are an opportunity to come and learn about a designated school topic and to get to know/chat to other parents. One of the challenges of having two campuses is building and maintaining a community of parents across both campuses – the coffee mornings are one way of doing this. The details for our third November Coffee Morning are as follows: 

Careers and Higher Education Counselling with Ms Beverley

  • When: 26 November, 8-9:30 a.m. 

  • Where: Jo Adamson Theatre (High School Campus)

  • What: Overview of the University applications process

  • For: All parents, even those of younger children, interested in knowing more about how the University applications process works

Our next PTG Coffee Mornings are planned for January and February. Details will be posted as and when they become available. Do get in touch if there is a certain topic you would be interested to hear discussed.

Thank you for your continued support.