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PTA Corner

Celebration event, uniform samples, sports day volunteers.

PTA

Events this week

Celebration of PTA volunteers

Thank you to everybody who’s volunteered this year for the PTA.  We really appreciate you giving your time and energy.  We held an event on Thursday evening to celebrate this effort without which we could not have done all the things we have achieved this year.

 

Vet Visit to DAB, Tuesday 28th May

Pre Nursery, Nursery, and Reception classes enjoyed a PTA-sponsored vet visit.  The vet showed the children many exotic animals including snakes, iguanas, large sea snails, and tarantulas. Children learnt about the animals and experienced them up close, including - for some brave children - the chance to hold some of them.

 

Uniform

PE Uniforms for next year

This week we have had samples of the new sports uniform available for you to view and try for size.

Thank you to all the PTA volunteers who stood out in the inclement weather.  We hope you’ve had chance to look at the new pe uniform and been able to make use of the ordering service we’re offering.

 

Uniform Sale – two for the price of one!

In the week commencing 10th June we will be having a uniform sale.  We will be offering you the chance to buy 2 items for the price of 1. 

Donations

In the last 2 weeks of term we start collecting any clean, good condition uniform you no longer need for our second hand shop.  Please can you drop in with Pani Ania at Dabrowskiego and at Reception at Limanoskiego.

There will be a non-uniform day on the last day of term, Friday 28th June, for any final donations.

 

Upcoming events

Dabrowskiego coffee morning and second hand uniform sale 14th June

There will be a final coffee morning and the uniform sale will move to DAB on Friday 14th June in the PE Hall from 8am – 9.30am.

 

Primary Sports days

We would encourage you to consider becoming one of our volunteers for your child’s sports’ day.  It’s great fun and a super way to see your child in action.  The sports’ days will take place on:

Years 1 & 2     Monday 3rd June AM

Years 3 & 4     Monday 3rd June PM

Year 5             Tuesday 4th June AM

Year  6             Tuesday 4th June PM

 

If you would like to help at your child’s sports day and have not already signed up, please email Mr Kienhuis

 

Lost property lay out

We will be sorting through and laying lost property at Lim on 6th June.

 

Any labelled items are returned to students.

 

Any unlabeled uniform is laundered and sold in the second hand uniform.

 

Any unclaimed non-uniform items are donated to charity.

 

 

Charity collections

The PTA Charity team is organising a collection for items that you no longer need but are still in good, usable condition. This is a chance to clear out and help people in need. The collections are planned to be:

  • at Limanowskiego on Thursday the 13th of June at drop off (7:45 am to 8:30 am) and at pick up (2:45 pm to 4:00 pm)
  • at Dabrowskiego on Friday the 14th of June at drop off (8:30 am to 9:30 am)

 

Donations for Bread of Life

TheBread of Life foundation will accept donations of everything except out of season clothes as they have nowhere to store them.

 

Bicycles and equipment for Aim High (only at Limanowskiego)

In cooperation with Aim High Charity (Stowarzyszenie Mierz Wysoko www.mierzwysoko.org.pl) we will be collecting old, used and even partly damaged bikes for all ages, as well as any equipment related to bikes such as helmets, tools etc.  If you have an old bike, please bring it and donate it to a charitable project. The bikes will be repaired (some used as source of spare parts), painted and used by children cooperating with the charity. Children will have to do some volunteering work to get the bike.  The rest of the bikes will be sold and the money will pay for children’s tutoring.  The project is held in Praga district.

 

Please do not bring any large items to the school. You may contact Sonia at with any questions and to arrange delivery of large items.

Thank you for your continued generosity.

 

 

 

Therese - Secretary

Getting To know you... Therese!

Where would you call home?

Good question. Probably Warsaw as I have lived here most of the last 25 years. And I’ve missed it when I’ve lived away. My sisters and brother live in England and my husband’s family are from Ireland. So those would be second homes too.

What languages can you speak?

Fluent English and Polish (with grammatical mistakes). ‘Rusty’ Arabic. And basic Croatian, Spanish and French.

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

I came here to work for a couple of years. I met my husband here, who also came for a couple of years. His work kept us here and now we’re settled.

Who have you got at school here?

My treasured twins in year 3.

Any other children?

We stopped after twins!

Any pets?

No. We keep resisting our children’s pleas.

How did you get involved in the PTA?

Started helping out with the Christmas Giving Tree, then became a class friend and just got more and more involved.

What do you do with the PTA?

I am a member of the charity team and secretary of the PTA committee. Both teams have fun, supportive and lovely ladies from around the world (11 countries represented!).

Best thing about volunteering with the PTA?

I love the events with the children. I am lucky to have the time to volunteer for most events in the school. Sports day, swimathon, book sale, Christmas Giving Tree, doughnut day: ask for a volunteer and I will be there! My children love seeing me at school and love to help too. I am taking advantage of it before it changes.

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

If you have time and would like to meet lovely parents from different cultures, please try it out. There are many opportunities to volunteer depending on how much time you have.

What’s your favourite thing to do with your family in Warsaw?

Probably eating out. Children are very welcome and most places have some entertainment for kids, even if it is only a drawing table.

Can you tell us a joke?

How do you get a baby in space to sleep? You rocket...

 

 

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