Many thanks to all of the parents whose ideas and imaginations contributed to the day - with the children as well as Mr. M. and Mrs. Rashi! We have had a fantasic day. The children particularly enjoyed the Assembly where they could see all of the wonderful outfits the teachers were wearing. Have a great weekend - we are looking forward to seeing you all on Monday for the last week of Term 2. It is going to be another busy one!
We had a great day!!
We had two new children and a clown in our class today - we think they were a little too old!
Not quite sure what to make of the 3 musketeers!!
Colin the Cranky Copper
Our mini-performance (the classes of 1E, 1F and 1S) of "Colin the Cranky Copper" will be taking place on Thursday 1st April, in the Primary Hall starting at 12:40pm.
The children have been working hard to write the script, sing the songs and learn some dances - it has been great fun!
We would love you to come and see it if you have the time!
Sculpture Park Visit
We had a great time at the sculpture park today and saw some wonderful examples of art! There were lots of different shapes and sizes and the children "saw" many different things in the sculptures they looked at. With one piece, some saw angels on clouds while others saw mermaids in the sea. With another, it was seen as a hotwheel track while others imagined it being used as a skateboard track. It was great to be able to say to all of the children that there was no wrong or right answer to any of the sculptures, as it was what the individual saw that was correct! Many thanks to all of the parents who gave their time up to come and help us, I hope that you all enjoyed it much as the children did!
Didn't we have a lovely time?!
Colin the Cranky Copper!
This is the title of the mini-performance we are working towards showing everyone on Thursday 1st April at 12:40 in the Primary Hall. The children have written the script, are learning some songs, have decided on what props need making, and started to think about the drama that needs to be included to make things as exciting and interesting as they can. The two stories that 1S are doing are "Little Red Riding Hood" and "Jack and the Beanstalk". It is going to be a very busy couple of weeks!
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Our busy half day, Monday 15th March!
Although we were only in until lunch time today, the children had a very busy morning. After a phonics based start to the day with our Letters and Sounds session, some children were putting the finishing touches to their Jack and the Beanstalk stories (I know I am biased, but they are wonderful!), some were working with Mr. Paul and discussing their thoughts and opinions on the good and bad characteristics of fairy tale personalities, some were showing off their knowledge of place value by working out tens and units problems while others were lucky enough to be choosing some work from the Yellow Activity Board. With playtime, snacktime, swimming and lunch they have certainly been fully occupied and learning hard!
See you all tomorrow.
NEWS UPDATE for the Pinocchio Show
Bangkok Community Theatre would like to thank all those audience members who came to see Pinocchio this weekend. Almost 700 people saw the play over the first four performances and we know that it must have been a difficult decision to come or not to come given all the news reports. Thank you for your support.
We have been hard at work trying to find a way to stage an additional performance to accommodate those audience members who already have tickets but were unable to attend this weekend. This afternoon we confirmed arrangements with The British Club to offer one additional performance next Saturday, March 20th at 11am.
So, if you already have a ticket but did not attend this weekend, and if you would like to attend the performance on Saturday March 20th at 11am, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your seats. Please email your confirmation with the number of people expected to attend on the 20th at 11am, plus the ticket numbers and the date and time of your original ticket.
For example: "The Smith family of four will attend at 11am on Saturday March 20th. We originally had 4 tickets for the 1:30 performance on Saturday March 13th and our ticket numbers are 025-028."
If you know you can not attend the Saturday 11am show, please let us know and if we can sell off your tickets for you, we will.
Please remember that every adult and every child (regardless of age) must have a ticket to the show and that you should arrive 45 minutes prior to showtime to participate in the crafts which are included in the ticket price. The British Club will provide snacks and refreshments both before and after the show but these are additional; they are not included in the ticket price. There is no parking at the club and the closest skytrain stop is Chong Nonsri.
Thank you very much. We hope to see you at the show!
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