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Foundation Stage & Key Stage 1: Meat free Eco-beasts

St Andrews International School Eco-Beasts were affected by bad weather, but their commitment to making the world better is as resolute as ever.

On Friday our STA Eco-Beasts, supported by Ms Helen, did a brilliant job explaining Meat Free Mondays to Y5 and a group of interested parents.  Unfortunately, due to the terrible weather and traffic jams that we suffered on Friday, much fewer people were able to attend the later sessions than had shown interest.

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Rather than let all of their hard work go to waste we are attaching a link to the Eco-Beast Presentation here.  The children created this themselves to publicise the campaign.

We are pleased that our High School students are also very keen to be part of this initiative and that Meat Free Mondays will be supported by the whole school community.
 

Ms Helen explains more...

Dear Parents,

Due to bad weather on Friday we know many of you could not make it to the 'Food for Thought' event. This event was to introduce our new Meat Free Monday initiative which will help STA move forward as a greener school and significantly reduce our carbon footprint. Vegetarian food will be served for just one meal a week at lunch time on Monday, dairy will still be included in the menu. This is an international initiative with thousands of schools participating world wide (MFM website). The participating schools say it is also a great way to encourage children to try a wider variety of food.

We have attached the 'Eco Beast' club presentation which should be able to answer any questions that you have about Meat Free Monday initiative. Please also watch the video included in the presentation. Here is a direct link to the video below just in case you have trouble opening it. 

We are encouraging our parents to get involved by donating some of your own delicious MFM recipes. If you would like to share a recipe then please email it to Miss Helen, helen.mu@standrews.ac.th, and she will share them with our catering company Epicure.  We hope to have two trial Mondays, on the 17th and the 24th of June, with a view to bringing it in properly next year.

Thank you for your support.

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Dates for your Diary

  • Transition Meeting for Parents FS3 to Y1 - 11 June 4.00 p.m. (Y1)

  • Transition Meeting for Parents Y2-Y3 - 13 June 4.00 p.m. (Y3)

  • FS/KS1 Class Swap morning - Monday 17 June

  • Primary House Music Competition - Monday 24 June

  • End of term assembly - Wednesday 26 June

  • Last day of term - Wednesday 26 June