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Message from our Assistant Head of Early Years

It has been another busy, fun and exciting week of learning week in Early Years.

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Firstly another huge thank you to the PTA for holing a coffee morning on Wednesday and to all the parents who attended the workshop this week. We look forward to seeing you at out next workshop and coffee morning.

On Wednesday 20th November the campus joined millions of Children all over the World in celebrating 'World Children's  Day' in partnership with Unicef who have such an important partnership with 'Nord Anglia'. Unicef look after the rights of children all over the world and many of our children discussed what is the most important thing that every child should be entitled to, popular choices for our children were education (of course), clean water, health and safety.

Children wore blue to support Unicef and paid 5PLN towards the great work which the charity does. We all paused for thought and reflection when 'We are the world, we are the children' blasted over our loud speaker.

The Student Council and House captains who led this campaign at our campus, collected the funds, took over Mrs Parker-McMahon's office and were in charge and on duty at playtime, after all this is the day for children when #kidstakeover. Over 450 PLN was raised and it is still not too late to donate.

In other events Year 1 went on a local walk to look at innovations which help us with road safety, from zebra crossings to subways. Later in the week we made leaflets which will help children and parents alike. This continues our IPC unit 'From A to B' as we have moved our focus to the impact on society.

Last but not least, Year 1 Starfish thanked their winning bidders Jagna and Grzegorz Bielowicka for the immensely generous bid (pictured) for their International Week art auction. This is another great cause we have raised money for this time in the fight against climate change.

Thank you again for your your tireless support of our campus and our initiatives. We really appreciate it.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Henry W Guyler

Year 1 Sharks Teacher

Year Level Leader

Assistant Head (Dąbrowskiego Campus)