Family Newsletter Week 2

Dear families,

I hope you have had a lovely weekend.

It was wonderful to see the pupils again after the break and to hear all about their travels and Christmas adventures. Energy level were very high!

Today we congratulate pupils with recent piano exam successes.

Aureli for his recent ‘Merit’ at Grade 6 piano! He also passed his Grade 5 theory exam.

Annick passed her Grade 3 exam; Núria her Grade 2; Julio also passed Grade 2; and Kuba passed Grade 4.

Very well done to our wonderful pianists.

Events Calendar for Spring Term

This is attached.

There will be more trips and events as project work in the classrooms gets underway.

Inspiring Speakers

Thursdays at 3.40

We are very happy to announce the forthcoming Inspiring Speakers in secondary. Families welcome.

  • This Thursday 18th January, 3.40Leigh Oviatt (ex-criminal justice system, UK):  Life in prisons.
  • Thursday 1st February, 3.40Pilar Flores (architect): The work of an architect.

More speakers to be announced shortly.

If you know anyone of any age with a fascinating profession/background/story to tell, perhaps you might ask them if they would like to join our calendar of speakers. Thank you.

Macbeth, performed by Years 10 & 11

Thursday 1st February, 11.00 am

Year 10 and 11 families are invited to see our oldest pupils perform this Shakespeare favourite.

After-school clubs

Please sign up with Saray.

  • Taekwondo, Mondays and Thursdays, 4.15- 5.30 –  more information from Grant at 4.15, or from Saray.
  • Mindfulness Tuesdays 4.15-5.15
  • Football primary   Thursdays 4.15-5.15
  • Football secondary   Tuesdays 4.15-5.15
  • Tennis for primary,   Friday 4.15- 5.15

 

Parent volunteers for help with early reading

Some parents kindly help in our classrooms by hearing children read a little. This is always very welcome as teachers must hear a lot of children read every day. Even half an hour of your time is extremely valuable. Please let Theresa or me know if you would like to hear our little readers. Thank you.

Lost property

Please look for any missing clothes in the girls’ changing room in the entrance hall.

Any found bottles and lunchboxes are kept in the dining area, on the shelf unit under the window.

A small necklace has just been handed in to Saray. Is it yours?

Thank you for claiming your things!

 

Have a very good week, everyone,
Audrey

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