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Foundation Stage & Key Stage 1: All about books

Book Week has finally arrived and we look forward to all the exciting events taking place this week...The Grand Raffle Draw will take place on the last day of term, as well as the White Elephant stall - two things that had to be postponed due to the cancellation of Fun Day.

Grand Raffle Draw

The Raffle that was postponed due to the cancellation of Fun Day will take place on the last day of this term at the first Songkhran Assembly at Primary School. The top 5 prizes, which include an iPhone and a laptop, will be announced at the Songkran assemblies on both campuses on 5 April.

All proceeds from the raffle go to the PTG, which supports various student projects throughout the year. In the past, they have provided funding for Prom (both Y12 and Y6), carnival game gifts for school or charity events, and the drinks sold by students as part of their fundraising activities for Tanzania. They have offered the use of their chocolate fountain and they now have two popcorn machines. They are sponsoring sustainable water bottles for an upcoming Model United Nations event held at STA. In addition, they present a gift to each member of the graduating class. and we organize the Summer Party.

This is why they are asking for your help for this year’s raffle in particular. They have lost their main source of funding for this year – Fun Day – so the raffle is their only way of raising money to support student activities and community-building events.

Your support is much appreciated.

Please write your child’s name and tutor group on the tickets. The numbers of the remaining prizes (plenty of vouchers) will be posted in writing at both school offices and in the first Newsletter of Term 3.

Good luck and thank you.

Announcing the arrival of the White Elephant

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We were all disappointed at the cancellation of Fun Day this year, no more so that the parents and staff who were collecting donations for our White Elephant Charity Stall.

With so many of your donations being stored by the Estates Department we wanted to make sure that the sale went ahead this term.

On 5 April 5, the last Friday of Term, at the Primary School, we will be holding the White Elephant Sale after the Songkran alms giving and assemblies.  The sale will be held in the Drama Studio and doors will open at 10.00 a.m.
 

The children will have a chance to visit the stall at break times and during the school day so please send up to 100 baht in a named envelope or purse with your child.

The stall is open all day for parents who wish to find a bargain.  There are toys, clothes, books, ornaments, games and lots of other interesting things to find at very cheap prices.  

In the interest of a sustainable environment, please bring your own shopping bags.

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Thank you from the  Bookwork Foundation

Last week, Ms Yoshi from the Bookworm Foundation was at Primary School working with all the children and talking to them about the joy of reading as well as the challenges facing children with vision impairment. They also learnt about braille, used a Braille typewriter and could try to walk with a cane. Raising awareness of people with differences is high on Yoshi’s agenda when she visits schools, demonstrating how she can live and independent life and travel around the world.  The children used machines and stencils to write braille, helped Yoshi and Peter to move around the school and asked many questions about their life and experiences. I am sure they have talked to you about it at home also.

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Bookworm Foundation Workshop for Parents

On Friday, 22 March we had a great opportunity for parents to get involved and really make a difference.  At a workshop organised by the Bookworm Foundation, parents from across school came to support the making of Bumpy Books, that will be sold in Europe to raise money for the Foundation and its various community projects.  It was a great atmosphere in the room with some parents asking what similar events we could put on in the future. Thank you to everyone who came along and we would welcome your ideas for future events.

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Primary Read-a-thon

Children across the Primary School have been given sponsor forms by their teachers and are now taking part in a Readathon, which coincides with Book Week, in order to raise funds for Miss Yoshi’s Foundation. The children are being encouraged to read as many books as possible so that they will raise as much money as possible for the charity and the great work that it does.

Down’s Syndrome Awareness Day

Last Thursday was World Down Syndrome Day - a UN initiative to help raise awareness of, and advocating the rights to, inclusion and wellbeing of people with Down Syndrome.  As part of this initiative Jayla’s family gave a lovely presentation to our children in the Foundation Stage. They read a story about a friendship between two children, one of whom has Down Syndrome.  

To help us recognise some of the daily challenges in speech and fine motor control the children all tried to speak and sing with marshmallows in their mouths and tried to draw a picture wearing socks on their hands.  A big thank you to Jayla’s family for coming into school for this wonderful presentation.

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Workshop for Parents

This week we are offering a great opportunity to parents.

On Friday 29 March, our visiting author/illustrator, Karin Littlewood, will be hosting a workshop for parents with a focus on using picture books to help enhance the love of reading in children of any age. The Workshop will be held in the Drama Studio from 10.30 - 11.00 a.m

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Book Week Parade

As always, during this week the children will take part in a wide range of activities and competitions based around books. The week will finish on Friday 29 March with our annual Book Character parade.  The parades take place in the morning with the Foundation Stage Parade from 8.00 a.m., followed by the KS1 parade at around 8.30 a.m

We are really looking forward to seeing all the fantastic book character costumes that the children wear for the parade. There are some prizes for creativity, but judges will be looking in particular for costumes that are homemade and where the children have had a part in the ‘making’.

Last day of ECAs and Sports Squads for Term 2

Please be sure to check out this link to find out when your child’s ECAs and sports squads at both Primary and High School will end for Term 2.