NEWSLETTER NO. 11 TUESDAY 8 MAY 2018
Welcome back! I hope you and your children had a wonderful long break and are ready for the new term. We look forward to a busy but productive term.
The activities list was sent out at the end of the last term. We are trying something new by putting the non-paying clubs later, as requested by some parents. Change is difficult, so please bear with us while we try this new idea. The calendar with important dates will be sent home later this week, once it is printed. However, please take note of these dates for the first three weeks of term:-
Monday 14 May – Dress and haircut inspection at assembly
Tuesday 15 May – Meet the Principal. Please join me for a cup of tea at 7.00 am on the front lawn
for an informal get together to discuss any queries or suggestions. Positive
reinforcement is also greatly appreciated.
Friday 18 May – Shavuot Service organized by Grade Five will be held at 9.45 am. Children to wear
white and garlands and donate fruit and vegetable to charity.
Sunday 20th May – Shavuot
Monday 21st May – Shavuot – School closed.
Friday 25th May – Africa Day – School closed
POSTER FOR CHILDREN
I saw the following notice and this term I am looking for the nicest child in our school! Please support this concept and reinforce these qualities at home.
Please note that Hockey is compulsory and Soccer is optional.
Fillies’ Soccer will take place with the Senior Girls’ soccer. Practice is on a Tuesday from 2.30 – 3.30 pm with matches on Thursday.
Colts’ Soccer – practice on Tuesday, matches on Wednesday.
Senior Boys’ Soccer – practice on Tuesday, matches on Thursday.
CITY OF HARARE
Does anyone have a contact at City of Harare? We have a problem with the municipal water in the corner of our property and we require give way signs on the corner of Bates and Lawson. Please let me know if you can help.
This is open every Wednesday from 12.00 noon to 1.00 pm. Should you have any queries please contact Robyn Weare on +263774073186 firstname.lastname@example.org
Wishing you all a happy term.
Mrs S P Ellis