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PTA Corner

Easter egg hunts and charity collections

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Events this week

Easter Egg Hunt for all the family, Saturday 13th April

Please come along with your basket and bunny ears to hunt for Easter eggs.

Tickets cost 20PLN per child, tickets available on the day.

Reception, years 1, 2 and 3 register from 9am, Limanoskiego entrance to main school – hunting begins at 9.30am.

 

Years 4, 5 and 6 register from 10.15am, Limanoskiego entrance to main school, hunting begins at 10.45am.

 

Charity collection for pre loved items and more 10th April

Thank you, as always, for your incredible generosity. All the items collected by The Warsaw Volunteer Mission will be offered to families this weekend at one of their events. Anything left will be given to the homeless.

 

PTA plotting and planning for 2019 / 2020

Using the information, we gathered during our Big Conversation, we will be running a meeting on Tuesday 7th May to which we invite anyone who would like to be more involved next year. 

 

We are looking for a new Country Representative co-ordinator, as Jessica, who has covered the role for a couple of years will be leaving school this summer.  Please take a moment to read her profile to find out more about the role, the main duties are to organise the International Fair in October, to keep in touch with the Country Representatives and to support committee work.  Please get in touch if you would be interested in this role.

 

There is always lots of space in the working groups for anyone who wants to get involved. If you are interested, please get in touch with the PTA Chair.

 

Next term

We are very much looking forward to working with you on the following events next term ..

  • Year group activities for secondary
  • Year 3 & 4 discos
  • Sports days
  • End of term class gifts for primary teachers

 

Thank you

For your continued support this term, we couldn’t have done all of this without you …

  • Opened the second hand uniform shop every week at Lim
  • Held a second hand uniform sale at Dab
  • Sorted out a lot of lost property, we tried really hard to reunite lost items with their owners.
  • Hosted social coffee mornings
  • Hosted information coffee mornings
  • Enjoyed the quiz night
  • Supported the year 2 disco
  • Supported the year 5 & 6 disco
  • Supported the year 11 leaving paintballing party
  • Given out doughnuts on Fat Thursday
  • Had a book swap
  • Supported local charities with charity collections
  • Hosted book and bake sales on both campuses
  • Hosted a book club evening – “wine and words”
  • Listened to your views in our Big Conversation

 

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PTA Chair

Jessica

Getting to know you - Jessica Cappa

It’s that time of year, when people are preparing to leave, and Jessica, our International country representative, will be leaving Warsaw at the end of this academic year.  Although, it’s not yet time to say “Goodbye” properly yet, we thought it would be a great chance to find out a bit more Jessica and the role she’s leaving Country Representative Coordinator.

 

Where would you call home?

Torino in Italy, where I was born and lived for most of my life, although Warsaw has been my second home during these last 4 years.

 

What languages can you speak?

Italian is my mother tongue, English, French, Spanish and a little Polish to survive!

 

What brought you to Warsaw and what was your journey to get here?

After a few years in Athens, my family and I moved back to Italy for more than ten years, where my son was attending an Italian school. Because of my partner’s job we decided to, yet again, go abroad and we moved to Warsaw. Once, here my son joined Year 10 at British School.  He will end his school career this year, with IB exams soon approaching!

 

Where are you going next?

Next destination will be a real adventure: Accra, Ghana.

 

What will you miss most about Warsaw?

I will miss the tranquil and dynamic life here and most of all, everyone I have met and became friends with in the past four years.

 

What are your favourite places in Warsaw?

One of my favourite places in Warsaw is the Warsaw University Library and its roof garden. During spring time I also like strolling around the Łazienki Park with all the blossoming flowers.

 

What is your favourite thing to do with your family in Warsaw?

During weekends we like to taste different foods at all the lovely restaurants here in Warsaw and meet with friends.

When we first arrived we used to spend time visiting the city and its museums and cycling around Warsaw.

How did you get involved in the PTA?

Two years ago I read an advertisement on the TBS newsletter for the role of International Country Representatives. Because I was looking for something dealing with event organization, which was my previous job before moving to Warsaw, this seemed to me a great opportunity. Moreover, I also had the chance to directly support the PTA.

 

What is the best thing about volunteering with the PTA?

Meeting people from the school and getting involved in school events during the year.

 

What have you enjoyed most about your role as Country Representative Coordinator?

Organising the International Fair Event. This year more than 30 countries have been represented by parents of the school with wonderful stands and delicious food!

 

What would you say to somebody thinking about volunteering for the PTA?

It has been a fantastic experience which I would highly recommend. It is an involving opportunity to support the PTA and the school, as well as making new friends.

 

Any last words?

If you have the possibility to join the fantastic world of the PTA and take on the amazing role of International Country Representative, you should go for it!