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Primary School and Foundation Stage: Playing outside, recycling, a STEAM project, thinking about our friends, and helping Percy the Park Keeper!

At the end of last week, it was fabulous to see so many classes take advantage of some cooler weather. Some Year 4 groups came outside to have some class discussions whilst the Foundation Stage students got to run. Year 1 also went on a mission to identify all the different plants and trees found in school and investigated their features. This week, we announce two exciting competitions, one with a tea bag and another with Trash Lucky recycling. Learn more below… 

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An update on our link with Trash Lucky and a chance to enter a competition

Since the introduction of our Trash Lucky partnership in November, STA families have recycled over 1.9 tonnes of waste and won prizes that include iPhone 11s, vouchers and other wonderful rewards. This partnership has made recycling accessible and has inspired many of our families to create new habits of separating their recyclable waste to ensure that it doesn’t end up in landfills. Did you know that 2 million tonnes of plastic waste is generated every year in Thailand? But sadly, only a quarter of this amount is adequately retrieved and recycled. Helping our students to think about reducing their waste and recycling has never been more critical.

To become a part of the recycling programme, all you need to do is register HERE with Trashlucky and follow their instructions. We have a drop-off point in our Primary Carpark. Our recycling gets emptied weekly. 

During May, to help inspire and promote the importance of recycling, we are running a House Competition! With both individual certificates, awards and house points for our top recyclers here at STA and 200 house points for the House that recycles the most! Please help support this house competition by recycling your home waste this May! 

Click on this link to view the poster

If you have any questions, please contact susan.wh@standrews.ac.th 

Ms Susan Year 2

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Get your thinking caps on and try to impress

STA is doing Taskmaster! Get your thinking caps on and try to impress. Your challenge sounds simple; It is to throw a tea bag into a cup. How far can you do it from? What creative ways will you think of to ensure that your tea bag makes it into the cup? Make a short video to show us how you have done it. You are encouraged to think creatively and use other items to help you. The winner will be the most impressive throw, so distance is not everything. There are two steps to submitting your entry. 

More details here.

First, submit your video to Global Campus. (Email Mrs Katie if you need any help doing this katie.od@standrews.ac.th)

Then email your video to Mr James for judging. (james.th@standrews.ac.th)

Good luck, we can't wait to see your creative and inventive entries!

Ms Katie, Mr Richard and Mr James

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Paper Bracelets and Wristband Making Activity

At Breaktime and Lunchtime today, the Student Council invited the Primary community to make some paper friendship bracelets for their friends and family. This event was a lovely way for the students to think of others whilst also being creative. It was a very popular event, and the bracelets were super colourful! Thanks to Ms Selina and Ms Vicky for running this event.

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Year 1s help Percy the Park Keeper!

Year 1 children have been helping Percy the Park Keeper. We have been looking at all of the different plans and trees we can find in school and identifying their features. We have drawn some lovely, labelled pictures for Percy so that he does not forget them!

In Connected Learning, the children have been looking at the habitats of plants. We have learned that, just like animals, plants have adapted to suit their habitat.

 Ms Emma Year 1 Leader

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