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Parent Update - 9 October 2015

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Dear Parents,


Please see below activities and updates for our Primary and Secondary students.



14 October – Please remember, ECAs (except swimming) and Late Buses are cancelled as we have Secondary School Parent-Teacher meetings all afternoon.

14 October – World Maths Day Assembly (students only). All children will be taking part in a range of exciting maths-based activities throughout the day.

16 October – Windsor House Charity Day. Windsor students have chosen the Heep Hong Society as their local charity, and we’ll have two massive bouncy castles in the Hall. If you would like your child to support this excellent charity, could you please put $50 (or more!) in an envelope, marked ‘Windsor Bounce Day’ and ask your child to give it to their class teacher. For more details, please click here.

27 October, 8.30am – Parent Workshop – “Supporting Reading at Home”. We’re delighted to be joined by children’s author and reading-advocate, Neil Griffiths. Click for more details. RSVP:

30 October – NAIS PTA Halloween Party – You should have received a letter from the PTA inviting you to this afternoon of fun and games. We have already had 350 RSVPs! Please contact

27 November – Sports Day – A letter will be emailed to you all early next week.


Absence reminder – Please remember to email your class teacher and bus coordinator if you child is going to be absent from school.

Swimming reminders – NAIS swimming uniform for boys and girls is now available. We have samples at school if you wish to check the size before buying, as the uniform shop will not exchange swimsuits. Our swim coaches have also asked us to remind you that swimming caps are compulsory. They are essential for keeping hair dry (or dry-ish!) and for keeping our pool filters clear of stray hairs.




13 October – 8.30am: Parent Workshop for Years 1 to 3 on “Social Thinking Skills”. Led by David Sheehan, House Tutor and Additional Supports Need teacher. RSVP:

15 October – 8.15am:  6B Class Assembly (6B parents welcome)


Year 5 Poetry PerformanceClick  here for 148 photos!


Stars of the Week – This week we celebrated the children that have been the “most ambitious in their learning” this week. Congratulations to:

Y1           Jerry Feng, Sarah Imran, Isabella Cappelin, William Wang, Yuka Li

Y2           Hector Kyriakopoulos, Nathan Pang, Aidan Lee, Ethan Mak, Arthur Au

Y3           Naomi Khaira, Howard Wang, Sydney Chow, Ethan Soong, Ze Zhou Li

Y4           Alvin Law, Madison Holsheimer, Grace Engleman, Anelotte Espeskog

Y5           Sylvia Li, Nikita Se, Chloe Vandeweghe, Ryan Chung

Y6           Benjamin Rostron, Jaden Shim, Henrique Bastos





9 October – School Settling In Reports will come home today in your child’s bag

14 October – 3.30pm to 7.30pm: Parent-Teacher meetings in the Hall (refreshments will be available)

Year 7 Scavenger Hunt – While Team Calderwood got back to school the quickest, the full honours went to Team Chan who made it through a rain-drenched day, solving a range of problems, to build up the maximum points. Click here for photos or check the Year 7 blogs.

In today’s Secondary Assembly Mr Boyd encouraged the students to read through their school reports (coming home today) with their parents and to share with them the targets that they’ve been setting with their House Tutors. Mr Robinson then showed examples of student work in English and commendations went to the following students:


7A           Deborah Gerelchimeg

7B           Beatrice Villaflor

Y8           Rebecca Chen and Alice Dong


Please remember to check Firefly for updates from your class teachers.


Finally, good luck to both teams – NAIS Teachers and NAIS Dads – who are playing this evening in the Sports Hall. Supporters are welcome!


Have a lovely weekend.