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Head's Lines: Eye-opening performances from our Primary buskers!

Last week our Primary School students and teachers busked their hearts out to raise 20,375thb. Our STA robotics programme showed its strength during the VEX competition. Our STA teams battled it out with their robots against other international schools, gaining points for completing various high-pressure challenges.

Busking Week
Last week there were so many performances around the Primary School as everyone got fully involved in either performing or appreciating the efforts of performers of all ages. It was great to see so many talented teachers, teacher assistants and children showing off their talents. Certainly, the morning starts were great with some excellent musical items played. The combined High School and Primary School Choirs really sounded wonderful on Thursday performing songs together for the first time. At break time, we had dance performances, a STARs concert, finishing finally with a student band that really thrilled the audience with their talents.

A huge thank you to Miss Alice, Mr Marie and Khun Gig for all their hard work to create such a great and entertaining Busking Week. There has been massive support from the Estates Team and Shaktim, May in Accounts and most of all, the many, many teachers who busked, encouraged their children, took them around the buskers, put on special performances and much more! This Busking Week raised a brilliant 20, 375 THB! for the charities, they have selected to support.

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VEX Competition

On Saturday there was a great atmosphere in the High School Sports Hall as robots from lots of different international schools battled it out gaining points for completing a range of different programmed instructions and tasks. It was a very competitive environment but unusually for this space not with sport taking place. Thank you to all the technology staff in High School for working so hard to put on this great event for our students and the other teams from the international school who joined them.

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Decisions for next academic year

Thank you to those families who have already let their teachers and the school know what their intentions are with regard to the next academic year. We appreciate that this may be difficult for some families to know clearly what the future holds at this time. Whatever your plans may be or however uncertain, we ask that you please take the time to complete the questionnaire if you haven’t done so already. Even answering ‘maybe’ to questions about your family’s plans will help our academic team to place children in their classes with their friends for next year and help us plan accordingly for next academic year.

Calendar 2021-22 Change 
I know everyone has been following the global pandemic news closely. We all hope that the vaccine roll out across the world will finally bring this crisis to an end. However, travel restrictions remain in place, making it difficult and expensive for us to plan holiday visits back to our home countries. With the vaccination programme in Thailand not yet underway, we know that many people are debating whether returning to their home country is even going to be a viable option at all this year.

In response to comments from parents and staff, we have re-examined our school calendar for the next academic year. By reorganising a bunch of single-day holidays on the calendar, we have been able to allow for a four week Christmas holiday at the end of Term 1. This extended break which would give families a second, longer opportunity to return to their home country to be with their families. Hopefully, by December the global vaccination programme will be much further along and travel restrictions will be eased. Rearranging these holidays in the calendar ensures such that no teaching time would be lost. Parents can click here to review this revised Academic Calendar 2021-22 which has Term 1 set to finish on Friday 10th December 2021, and has Term 2 scheduled to start on Monday 10th January 2022. 

Please click here to see upcoming dates and holidays in the updated school calendar for the current 2020-2021 academic year. The most important changes to be aware of here is that Tuesday 6th April (tomorrow) will now be a school holiday instead of Wednesday, 26th May (Visaka Bucha Day).

For parents with enquiries, please contact support@standrews.ac.th. Or call the Primary School at +66 2 381-2387-8 or the High School at +66 2 056-9555.

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