Thank you to the parents that attended careers sessions at the school. The careers that were covered:
- Nursing & Health Care
- Employability Skills
We encourage you to go to the National Careers Service website with your children, where you can access job profiles and do a ‘skills health check’. The website is: www.nationalcareersservice.gov.uk
World Book Day
The children had great fun dressing up on World Book Day. Congratulations to the winners for finding Wally in our ‘Where’s Wally Hunt’. There were some interesting characters such as, Little Red Riding Hood, Paddington Bear, a range of Princesses, Puss in Boots, Dennis the Menace, the Fantastic Mr. Fox, Minnie the Minx, Tin Man, Lightening McQueen, Ruth and more.
Thank you for your support and for raising money for Book Aid International.
European Student Convention
The students will be leaving for Student Convention on Tuesday 4th April and will return on Friday 7th April.
Further details will be sent out to the parents of the students who will be attending. Please keep the teachers and the students in your prayers as they continue to practice and while they are at convention.
Parent’s Evening for the Early Years, Lower Juniors and Upper Juniors will be held on Thursday 16th March. The High School Parent’s Evening is on Friday 17th March. Students must be collected at 3:30pm and there will be no After School Club. If you wish your children to attend the session with you, please take them home at the end of school and bring them back with you when you return for your appointment.
Christian Education Seminar
CEE are holding a seminar called ‘Unmasking Secular Religion’. A leaflet is enclosed with all the information regarding this. You may find the session to be very informative. There is also the latest edition of Christian Education’s Newsletter enclosed.
Homework & Stationary
We would like to remind you that students should have the correct stationary to work at school. Writing pencils, colouring pencils, rubbers, rulers, and sharpeners are all necessary items for completing work properly. Please could you supply your children with these items when they return to school after the Easter break.
Please ensure that you check your child’s homework with them and test them on what they have learned. Education isn’t just about learning in school. Parents are the primary teachers of their children and input at home makes a big difference in schooling and thriving in colleges, universities and work places.
Last Science Day the Lower School’s topic was the human body. We looked at different areas of our body – including our heart and skeleton. We made art pictures and at the end of the day we dissected lamb hearts and chicken livers. It was really fun and the children enjoyed it very much! Our next Science Day topic will be plants!