Some notices

Parents’ day is on Monday 26th June.  I will be sending out the notes with the appointments on Monday.  I tried to send them out on Friday but did not manage to prepare them on time.  Apologies for the delay.

Friday 23rd is the last day of school for the children and on that day we will be having a party.  We are going to order the food as we did in the Carnival party.  Ms Karen will be sending you a note in the coming days informing you of the cost.

Ms Karen will also be sending you another note with the cost of the workbooks printing for the last term of the year.

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Swimming session on Tuesday

As you were informed in Ms Georgina’s e mail, on Tuesday the children will have the opportunity to play water games and to swim in the pools set up in the school grounds for summer school.  Below is a summary of what you need to know:

1.  The children need to come to school wearing their bathing suit beneath their school uniform.  Since the children are young, to the contrary of what was originally stated in the e mail, girls may come in a two piece bathing suit since it makes it easier for them to access the toilet.

2. You need to send in:

  • Ready blown up armbands
  • A towel
  • A t -shirt for the children to wear while swimming (compulsory) – either a swim top or a normal t shirt
  • A sun hat –  recommended since they cannot apply sun block before entering the pool
  • Footware (flip-flops, crocks or sandals)
  • A pair of underpants to change into after swimming
  • A plastic bag to put the wet items in before sending them home.

Please ensure that everything you send in is clearly labelled.

3.  An ice cream van will be visiting the school that day and the children will be allowed to buy an ice cream.  If you would like your child to have a ice cream, please sent in Euro 1 in a labelled envelope.  If you would not like your child to buy an ice cream please inform me via a note in the notebook so that I will know what everyone’s decision is.

4. Sun cream may be applied at home before the children come to school.