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Busy week in Primary

It has been a busy week in the primary, with two successful parents evenings

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We had a great parent turn out and it was wonderful to chat with you about the positive information being shared by the class teachers. For those who were unable to attend this week, I urge you to make another appointment with your child's teacher at a mutually convenient time. 


In and around the primary, we had the year 5 children braving the elements on a trip to Warsaw Zoo. Despite the chilly climes, a great time was had by all...and the Polar bears came out to say hello. 

Faced with explaining how inventions and technological developments changed the way we share information and communicate,  6 Spindle took inspiration from 90’s classic Bill and Ted’s to travel through time in a phone box to gather important historical figures who can help them with their class assembly. With Marconi, Pheidippides and the first TV news reporter Richard Baker back at TBS, the children created and performed a song that explains their journey and what they’ve learnt.


The fun continues next week, kicking off with the primary Chinese New Year celebration on Wednesday 13th February. This has been very kindly organised for the students by our Chinese parent community. We ask that, as a mark of celebration, those who celebrate the lunar new year come to school in national dress and, for all other students, red and/or gold clothing. On Thursday 14th February, we open our doors to old and new parents alike, for the Limanowskiego open day. This is an opportunity to observe the awesome teaching and learning that takes place in the primary school as well as find out what it means to be part of the TBS Warsaw community; our exceptional educational offer coupled with the many impressive affiliations with esteemed organisations such as MIT, Julliard and UNICEF. 


The last week of half term finishes with the year 5 and 6 Valentine's Disco on 14th February: more information to follow from Mr Parkinson. 


Wishing you all relaxing weekend.


Best wishes,


Tenneille Alderton 

Acting Head of Primary