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Foundation Stage & Key Stage 1: Santa's elves have been busy.

We had a Makaton master class workshop, a search party assembled in FS2 in search of our endangered house mascot animals and Santa’s elves have been busy putting up Christmas decorations. How wonderful!

Makaton Workshop

Makaton is a language programme that uses signs and symbols, together with speech to aid communication. Over the last few years the teachers in Foundation Stage especially have become increasingly interested in using Makaton with the children.

Last week Ms Lizzie ran an interesting Makaton workshop for teachers and parents in using some basic signs. It will be interesting to see how the children pick up the signs and whether they begin to use them at home and at school.

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Flu Vaccination

On Friday and Saturday last week we ran our annual flu vaccination programme on the Primary Campus. This year over 600 students, academic, admin and estates staff registered for the programme. Thank you to Samitivej, our own nurses and Estates team for a brilliant job of organising.

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They seek them here….they seek them there!

For the last few week's the children in FS2 have been enjoying getting to know the house mascot animals and have been learning that they are endangered and need to be looked after. We were surprised to learn on Friday morning that they had all gone missing and needed to be found. With the wonderful help from our House Leaders who luckily had a map and some clues to help we set off on a search around the school to find our beloved animals. Finally after an intense search we found them all in the “Lost and Found” room near the canteen! A huge thanks to the House Leaders who came to help us and for such a fun activity on a Friday!

-- Ms Meg 


It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…

There was an air of excitement in school this morning when the children saw that Santa’s elves had been busy at the weekend putting up the first of the Christmas decorations. Over this week the classrooms and campus will start to take on more of a Christmas feel as we prepare for the concerts, the carol singing, the shows and the Christmas Fair. It is going to be a busy few weeks!

Usually, the Primary School Christmas Fair falls on the day of the concerts. This year, it will be held on a separate day- Wednesday 16th December. The fair will run from 2.30 pm until 4.30 pm. As well as the stalls run by the Y6 children, there will also be outside vendors selling their wares, which is always the perfect way to grab some gifts for your friends and family. There will also be food vendors in the canteen so you can grab a bite to eat and catch up with friends.

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This Year’s Christmas Collections

As is traditional at this time of year, our thoughts turn to people in our local community that are less fortunate than ourselves. This year more than any other there is a huge need for your generosity.

The donations are already coming in for our Christmas Charity Appeals.

Reminders of ways you can contribute are below...

The Thai Department is organizing a donation opportunity for STA families to give to the less fortunate children in the north and northeast of Thailand.

These children are in need of some love and warmth. Unfortunately, they are not able to afford these necessities so we hope we are able to help them out.

If your child has any pre-loved soft toys that they no longer use, we would love to receive them to be given to these children. We ask for you to please donate toys that have been washed and cleaned.

When? - We’re accepting the soft toys from November 23rd – December 18th.

Where? - The donation box will be provided at the S block on the 2nd floor in the shared area in front of Khroo Yui’s classroom (S22).

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The Human Development Foundation (Mercy Centre)

  1. Foundation Stage 1 & 2 will have their Mercy Centre Gift Collection - full details of which will be sent to you by the class teachers.
  2. Foundation Stage 3, along with Y1 and Y2 will join us in collecting essential items for the Klong Toei Community. Some examples are below -

Collection boxes will be on each floor of the T Building and in the G Block. Donations should not be gift wrapped. Even the smallest donation will be gratefully received.


Instant Noodles

UHT Milk for

Cooking Oil and Seasoning sauces


Dish soap and Washing Detergent

Baby Diapers M,L XL & Adult Diapers M,L XL


Children’s socks


STA Farmer’s Market with Happy Grocers- How to order

Here is a comprehensive list of fresh produce you can order. This includes different milks in glass reusable bottles, bread, meats, tofu and fresh and delicious local fruit and vegetables. You can preorder using this form, but a range of products will be available on the day. Follow this link for more about Happy Grocers.

Upcoming Events

  • Wednesday 16th December - Christmas Fair - 2.30pm - 4.30pm

The smell of Christmas is truly in the air. Our Primary School Christmas Tree🎄has arrived from Canada thanks to our...

Posted by St Andrews International School Bangkok on Sunday, 29 November 2020