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Head's Lines: International Week is coming!

After school has been especially busy and exciting with our sports and extra-curricular programs really getting off the ground this past week. 

Extra Curricular Activities (ECAs)

A huge number of children have stayed on after 2.30pm to enjoy the great range of ECAs provided by our teaching staff. Thank you to every member of these teachers and administrative members for your enthusiasm to put on these activities which so many children and young people have thoroughly enjoyed this first week.

International Day

Thank you to everyone who has worked so hard to organise and get things ready for the quickly approaching International Days this year. There have been lots of really productive follow-up discussions, resulting in changes as to how these events can be conducted so everyone gets to have a great time in a safe and healthy way.

In our Primary School the International Day assemblies will take place on Wednesday 30th September and Thursday 1st October with the Parade of Nations and Flags. Each assembly will be focused on just two year groups and their parents.

  • On Wednesday the assembly will be held for Key Stage 1 ( Years 1 and 2).
  • On Thursday there will be two assemblies for Key Stage 2: Year 5 and 6 at 8.15 am in the Primary School Sports Hall, and Year 3 and 4 at 10.30 am.

These assemblies are an excellent way to celebrate the range of nationalities and cultures within our school, and as such, everyone will be asked to come in their national costume or colors representing their country.

 

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For three days the Primary children will undertake a range of activities that will promote understanding and awareness so we can all be a little wiser and more understanding of each other. These are wonderful opportunities to find out more and enjoy the richness of the cultures that we all come from.

This will mean that on Friday 2nd October, the Sports Halls will be able to be set up much more carefully as there will be no opening assembly. This will give us much more time together with country representatives and their

parents' helpers to ensure everything is in place. The children coming through the International Food Hall will be carefully scheduled in such a way that each year group and class will have their own assigned times. Children will be served the different foods they would like to try from each table. This will ensure a nice socially distanced flow of children throughout the food hall.

While the  International Food Hall has always been a highlight of our International Day celebrations, this year only parents who are helping at the country tables will be able to attend and participate  in the events. 
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The High School International day will be on Friday 9th October with the Food Hall this year much more spread out throughout the canteen with clear entrance and exit points. This year each year group will have their individual International Day assembly scheduled during the day. Also, each year group will be working in different curriculum areas where they will explore a whole range of global issues and problems through challenges and activities designed to discover more about these issues and how our international community can work together to address them. These activities across the school will certainly generate a huge amount of interest and inspire our High School student body to take action and enact solutions to the myriad of problems their generation will have to face.

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Soi 20 Gate Closure

Unfortunately, we have continued to receive numerous and ever-growing complaints from our neighbours in Soi 20 with parents and particularly drivers ignoring the school’s request not drop off kids at this gate or park in these surrounding streets. Therefore, the Soi 20 Gate will have to be locked starting on Monday 5th October 2020. If you have been relying on this gate to drop off or pick up your children, please note that effective on Monday 5th October, this will no longer be possible.

School Calendar 2020/2021

Since the 4th and 7th of September were named as compensation holidays to replace those missed during Songkran or the Thai New Year, we have had to update our academic calendar to both reflect this and make up for these unexpected holidays. This revised calendar for 2020-2021 is available here.