As we approach the end of term, please note the following for your diaries:
Child Progress Conferences – Friday, 22nd March
Conferences shall take place on this day according to your appointments with teachers.
World Water Day, 22nd March
The international observance of World Water Day is an initiative that grew out of the 1992 United Nations Conferenceon Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. We shall acknowledge this day in school and we encourage parents to explore and discuss this day’s importance at home to reinforce the focus placed on it in classes. This year’s theme is: Leaving No One Behind.
School Fair – Saturday, 23rd March, 16:00 – 19:00 on the school field
We look forward to seeing you at our annual event and hope you will enjoy the games, good food, entertainment, raffle (tombola) and more.
After-School Activities – Term 3
After-school activities for term 3 will begin in the second week of term, from Monday, 8th April. As usual, payment for activities is due to instructors at the start of the term’s activity. Please consult the After-school Activities section of the website before the start of term for updated information.
Fancy Hat Parade – Friday, 29th March, 10:30
This event, which is a tradition in school, takes place on the last day of term. We welcome parents to come view the lovely creations of our children. The Lower School Garden will be the venue for Years 1 – 6 and Years 7 – 13 will parade their hats on the Upper School Roof. School will end at 12:00 noon on this last day of term.
Middle School Performance – Friday, 19th April
The performance of Roald Dahl’s, Goldilocks and the Three Bears is planned for 19th April.
Please note that the third term will begin on Thursday, 4th April.
Thank you for your cooperation.
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