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Head's Lines: International Day Success

Primary International Day was an outstanding success last week. As High School are excited for their International Day this Friday! The half-term break is nearly here: I look forward to students, teachers and staff returning to school with renewed energy and enthusiasm. 

A huge thank you to the PTG country representatives and everyone who helped at the Primary International Food Hall last Friday. It really was a fantastic display of foods from around the world with all the tastes and exotic smells that go with this.

All the parents volunteering the time and efforts at the country tables ensured the safety of our community by wearing masks and disposable gloves while serving children the different foods available. Having that extra time in the morning meant that the displays for each country were really well decorated, and a fun and light-hearted atmosphere prevailed throughout the whole day.

Friday’s food celebration carried forward all the openness and community spirit that the two previous days of assemblies and activities that took place across the Primary School. The assemblies, in particular, saw many different children of all ages performing along with others in their Year Group. It was great to have three celebrations of all the different nationalities within our school community, and nowhere was this kaleidoscope more apparent than during the Parade of Nations where children carried their national flag onto the stage before each assembly. Walking around the school during this time, it was amazing to see the smorgasbord of activities that children in each class were participating in to learn a little more about themselves, their friends and even their teachers.

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A special thank you must go to Ms Alice, Ms Marie, Khun Gig, Ms Cherry and the Dance Team for all their fantastic work preparing children for the assembly performances. It was great to have so many different groups and individuals involved performing for all those attending the assemblies.

This week, on Friday 9th October, we will be holding the International Day in High School. This will have its own fantastic international food celebration, also organised by the country representatives in the PTG during the extended lunch periods. I know everyone at the High School campus is really looking forward to this event.

Lots of work has already been done in preparation for what should be a very enlightening day. Each Year Group will have their own assembly, and international day activities will focus on one particular curriculum area. There will be all sorts of different activities and cultural exchanges going on throughout the day to really allow everyone to appreciate and know more about the rich national and ethnic backgrounds of those they work with everyday in High School.

Half-Term Break

Friday 9th October will bring us to the end of the first half term of the new academic year. I hope everyone has a very safe, healthy and restful week of holiday, and I look forward to students, teachers and staff returning to school with renewed energy and enthusiasm on Monday 19th October when we start the second half of Term 1.

School Calendar
Our school will follow the recently updated school calendar that has been shared with our school community and is available on our school website. We realise the Government has recently brought in some additional holidays in November and altered holiday dates in December. However, St Andrews will not be adding any additional holidays or making any further changes to the calendar.

For your convenience, you can find the updated school calendar for 2020-2021 here.

For parents with enquiries about Primary School, please contact officeps@standrews.ac.th or Tel: +66 2 381-2387-8.
For parents with enquiries about High School, please contact
officehs@standrews.ac.th or Tel: +66 2 056-9555.