Last Wednesday we hosted a wild and wonderful performance in our theatre of the Institute of the Arts’ Alice in Wonderland.
Years 3 – 9 enjoyed some exciting physical theatre played by the students now completing their Acting BA at the institute.
Forest School (currently for Years 5 and 6) is providing rich opportunities for communication, problem-solving and innovative thinking! Some intricate tool-making and shelter-building has been the focus this term.
This week, all our pupils (except Year 11) will enjoy a residential stay away from home and school.
Colonias are a fundamental part of every pupil’s annual learning, providing unique opportunities for collaborative projects, outdoor learning, independence from family and self-discovery.
Colonias are for all our pupils, unless of course there is a medical or other reason why you consider it inadvisable for your child. This means that almost all our teaching staff will be accompanying the trips and school has no lessons running on colonias dates. We are sorry if this inconveniences any families but school will be closed on those days.
A reminder of when each year group will be away.
There are lessons as usual for each year group outside of these dates.
- Years 1-2 30th & 31st May El Pinar, Canyelles
- Years 3-6 27th – 29th May Castell de Fluvià
- Years 7-8 28th – 31st May Cardona, mediaeval town and castle
- Year 9 28th – 31st May The Spanish Civil War trail, the Ebro Valley
- Years 11 9th – 13th June Lisbon
Wednesday 29th, 4.00, in the garden
All donations of books, clothes and toys welcome.
Year 11 are organizing this sale to help fund their post-exam trip to Lisbon.
Come along, browse and have a drink with us in the garden!
Oliver! by Year 6
5th June, 1.45
Year 6 have recreated this classic musical for their families.
Please come along and enjoy it.
Recital by our instrumentalists
June 11th, 4.15
Families of those pupils who are learning a musical instrument are invited to a recital where they will play some of their recent pieces.
In our theatre.
Reports will be sent home
Wednesday 12th & Thursday 13th June
You will soon have the chance to sign up for a time to speak to all your child’s teachers.
Macbeth by Year 7-8
12th June, 2.15
Years 7-8 would like to invite their own families to their performance of this chilling play by Shakespeare.
The Taming of the Shrew by Year 9
13th June, 2.15
Year 9 would like to invite their families to their performance of Shakespeare’s great comedy.
Arts Evening in Secondary
Friday 14th June, 6.00 – 9.30
Year 6 & secondary families are invited to an evening where we will celebrate the pupils’ artistic achievements this year!
We will see the two Shakespeare plays above being performed again; pupils will play music; and there will be an art gallery of the pupils’ best work this year.
In the gardens and theatre.
Willy Wonka by Junior Musical Theatre Club
Saturday 15th June, 4.30 & 7.30
Tickets will be on sale soon for this mouth-watering production.
Sports on the Terramar Beach, Sitges
Wednesday 19th June
- Primary Sports Morning & Picnic 9.30 – 1.00
- Secondary Picnic & Sports afternoon 1.00 – 3.45
The OT Dance Club performance
19th June, 6.00
Families of pupils in the great Junior Dance Club are invited by Jessica and the dancers to their lovingly prepared show.
An end-of-year lunch for all secondary pupils lunch in Coolinary
Thursday 20th June, 1.00 – 2.00
Pupils and staff celebrate the end of the year together with lunch in the sunshine.
Please note the price of the menu is 7 euros per head, which will be charged to you along with your monthly bill in June.
21st June, 11.00
Our beautiful farewell concert for families, where all our three choirs will sing songs from around the world for you.
Please save the date.
Term ends for pupils
21st June 1.00
On the last day of the year, we finish school at lunchtime.
Secondary end-of-year party: any parent volunteers?
Friday 21st June 8.00 – 10.30
There have been requests from secondary pupils and families to hold an end-of-year party / prom in the garden, as in previous years.
But we need a group of secondary families to take charge of this project for it to go ahead!
Families would organize it and supervise the evening.
You would: prepare a dish to share, decorate the garden, supervise the party (at least two parents at a time), play the music through the sound system, and clear away afterwards.
If you can volunteer, please contact your class carer soon and the party can go ahead!
The building next door
Work begins in June
We thank Delfí and Silvia, the parents who are leading the campaign to complete construction on the semi-derelict building next door. Last week, the Eco de Sitges mentioned our campaign. Work is predicted to start on the building next month.
Have a lovely week, everyone,