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Key Stage 2 : The festive holidays await

It’s hard to believe we’re in the last week of the term and the festive holidays await. We’ve still got a lot to pack in with our Christmas celebrations across the week before our end of term assemblies on Friday. It’s been a very busy term, but it’s been fantastic to remain open and have everyone back in school. I hope the children have all enjoyed their topics this term and are ready for a relaxing 3-week break.

KS2 Christmas

It’s hard to believe we’re in the last week of the term and the festive holidays await. We’ve still got a lot to pack in with our Christmas celebrations across the week before our end of term assemblies on Friday. It’s been a very busy term, but it’s been fantastic to remain open and have everyone back in school. I hope the children have all enjoyed their topics this term and are ready for a relaxing 3 week break before starting the new term on Monday 11th January.

In the meantime, I hope you all have a fantastic holiday, a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Arrangements for Friday
This Friday is the last day of Term 1 and school will finish early to start the festive holiday. The Y3 children will all have finished their lunch by 11.45 am and can be picked up at any time between then and 12.30 pm. The Y4-6 children will finish their lunch at 12.20 pm and can be picked up at 12.30 pm. If you would prefer to pick your child up before or during lunch, please notify your class teacher directly.

School buses will be ready to leave at 12.30 pm. We ask that the campus is cleared by 12.40 pm so that we can start preparing for some exciting work which is taking place over the holiday.

Christmas concerts
Today Year 3 & 4 kicked things off with two amazing concerts that kept their parents entertained and gave everyone a warm, festive feeling. Tuesday 15 December 2020, it’s the turn of Year 5 and Year 6. Parents are all invited to come along and celebrate Christmas in each of the concerts. Please don’t forget to wear your face masks.


Y5 Christmas Concert 8.30 am in the Sports Hall

Y6 Christmas Concert 1.10 pm in the Sports Hall

 

Primary School Christmas Fair

This Wednesday is our Primary School Christmas fair. This will run from 2.30 pm until 4.30 pm. As always there will be games stalls organised and run by the Y6 children as part of a mini enterprise project. These games will cost approximately 20 baht each, so please send the children in with some money to spend. There will also be outside vendors selling their wares, which is always the perfect way to grab some gifts for your friends and family. Food vendors will set up in the canteen so you can grab a bite to eat and catch up with friends. It would be great to add to the festive feel by having families attend the fair together.

As it is generally a very popular event, we advise using public transport or parking at Suk 71 or Max Value. Additional shuttle vans will be in operation to return people to Max Value and Gateway after the Fair.

Christmas is the time of giving
The last day to leave the donations for the Bangkok Refugee Centre (BRC) is Wednesday 16th November. KS2 families can leave their gifts under the Christmas Tree in the School Office.

  • The boxes could include: small toys, toiletries, books, underwear, etc.
  • When you have filled and wrapped your box, please make sure it is clearly labelled.
  • The label must include who it’s for - boy or girl - and which age group the box is suitable for.
  • Boxes can be left under the Christmas tree in the School Office.

 

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The Thai Department has also organised an unwanted cuddly toy collection. These toys which may have been left behind by your children will make an ideal gift for a child in the North or Northeast of Thailand.

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D’Lightful D’Sports!

Last week, Year 5 went on a trip to the Don Donki Mall to visit the D’Sports Arena. This was a nice way to finish off their topic on keeping healthy. The children got to try all of the activities across a two hour visit.

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

Happy Grocers will not be visiting STA on the last day of term (18 December 2020). BUT they will be returning to us every Friday next term, starting on the 15th of January. We'd like to thank all St Andrews families for all their support so far, and please do contact Mr Ewen or Ms Susan if you have any feedback on the Happy Grocers service.

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 and Dates

  • Tuesday 15th December - Y5 Christmas Concert 8.30 am in the Sports Hall
  • Tuesday 15th December - Y6 Christmas Concert 1.10 pm in the Sports Hall
  • Wednesday 16th December - Primary School Christmas Fair 2.30 pm - 4.30 pm
  • Friday 18th December - School closes at 12.30 pm for the holidays