I hope you have been enjoying a lovely weekend.
Some images for you today of our joyful outdoor learning project last week.
And on to Week 2!
Whole School News
Events Calendar 2017-18
Please find attached the Events Calendar with the main dates for this school year.
Please note that more events will be announced for you to add as term progresses.
Afternoon Tea for New Families
Thursday 14th 3.00, in the library
New families are invited to an informal tea with Theresa and Audrey.
Hope to see you there.
The new calmer pick-up from the garden seems to have worked well so far.
Thank you for helping us make this change.
Clubs Begin this Monday
If your child is in a club, they will be taken to the main playground by Saray for a quick snack between 4.00 – 4.15, until clubs begin.
Please collect your child promptly at the end of the club (5.15).
International Peace Day: Share Your National Dish!
Friday 22nd September, 4.00-6.00
The Events Committee has just announced that our annual and wonderful International Food Day this year will be on Friday 22nd September, to coincide with World Peace Day.
We will celebrate world peace by sharing our national dishes in the front garden.
There will be live music, children will wear the national colours of their flag or their national costume, and families are invited to bring a national dish from their country.
More details soon.
If you would like to join the Events Committee, please contact Alison firstname.lastname@example.org
A Weaving Loom
This week, our enterprising building team will be making a weaving loom like this for Saplings.
Mahatma Gandhi, “Sewing and weaving should be an essential part of any education system.”
We would love YOU to join our Inspiring Speaker calendar this term!
Please consider giving a 20-minute talk about anything you find interesting- your childhood, your country of origin, a journey, an experience, a place, a book you love, etc.
Talks are for secondary pupils and OT families, and take place at 3.40 on Thursdays.
Please contact me, Audrey, if you would like to help. Thank you!
Sailing for all year groups
The well-established sailing school Club Nautic de Vilanova run by José Roestel is providing us with a sailing programme this year for all our secondary pupils http://www.cnvilanova.cat/escola/ .
- Year 7-8 will do 3 sessions this half-term:
Wednesdays the 20th, 27th September & the 4th October (6 hours of instruction).
There will be 3 more sessions in Summer Term.
Price 68 euros includes: instruction, insurance and transport.
Amount to be billed in three instalments: 1st October, 1st November and 1st December. Please contact Ursula if this will not suit email@example.com
- Year 10-11 will have 5 sessions this half-term:
Fridays the 22nd, 29th September, and the 6th, 13th and 20th October (10 hours of instruction).
Price 90 euros: includes instruction, insurance and transport.
Amount to be billed in three instalments: 1st October, 1 November and 1st December. Please contact Ursula if this will not suit firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting: London Colonias, Year 10/11
This Tuesday 12th, 4.00
Our oldest students have a special challenge this year.
They must raise the whole amount to cover the expense of their colonias to London in March.
Please come along to a meeting and find out all about the trip we have booked: the great city activities, travel details and fundraising ideas.
Fundraising will be linked to a charity that pairs of students will choose: 10% of their funds will go to their chosen charity; 90% to their colonias trip.
They need to start fundraising straightaway!
See you at the meeting on Tuesday 12th at 4.00, in the History classroom. Pupils welcome.
See you at school tomorrow!