Well done to our sportsmen and women on some superb results in this last term.
Special congratulations are due to our unbeaten U12 Girls’ Hockey team and to their coaches. We are very proud of you!
It was also very impressive to see how well out Grade 0s swam in their “Come Watch me Swim”
in boiling weather conditions on Friday. Well done to their sports and class teachers and a huge thank you to parents for your good support.
Thanks too to all parents who supported the last “Toppies and Tots” Golf Day on Friday. Great fun was had!
Please remember our annual, compulsory Sports and Cultural Awards on Friday evening at the Habberton Hall, where we also look forward to parental support. Thank you too to all our teachers, specialists and coaches for your contributions over the year in sport and culture. Not only do you attain high standards, but you also succeed in getting many children to participate and represent our school in sports matches and cultural events, in keeping with our ethos. Thank you also to our parents for assisting with transport and for your loyal support at sport and cultural activities during the year.
Our annual “Carols by Candlelight “takes on a new format - “Christmas Wonderland” this coming Sunday evening, 29 November at 18:00 till 19:30 in the Habberton Hall. A huge thank you to Candice Mordecai-Jones for her massive input, and to the choirs, their music teachers, Roberta Ramasamy and Claire Coleman, plus to Gary Balarin and obviously the Rev. Martin Easson for all that has gone into making this so very special! It is most fitting as a Christian school that we should have an opportunity to thank God for His many blessings and for giving us His son, Jesus. This traditional event enables us to glorify God and remember the true meaning of Christmas. Thank you also to our junior HS marimba team and our school community orchestra who will form part of the evening’s proceedings. It would also be appreciated if you could make a donation to the Outreach supported by our
Christmas Wonderland, which goes to a children’s charity.
Reminders for next week: parents are welcome to attend the Senior Primary Final assembly, on Tuesday 1 December, at 07:30 in the Habberton Hall, which is the occasion at which effort; progress or academic merit for the fourth term only, are awarded. In addition we award some technology and general certificates acknowledging certain aspects not spoken about at the Senior Primary Speech night at 18:00 on Tuesday evening, 1 December.
Grade 3 parents are also invited to attend the Grade 3 Graduation Ceremony on Monday 30 November at 11:15-12:30 in the Habberton Hall.
Our year then closes on Wednesday 2 December and reports may be collected from the class teacher in your child’s classroom.
Please also take note of the earlier closing times for the Senior Primary in the last week of term, namely 12:30 on Monday 30 November and Tuesday 1 December. (HS at 12:00 both days and FP at 13:00)
God bless and all the best for the penultimate week of 2015.