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On Wednesday 5th April from 12.00pm to 3.00pm, HeadStart International School played host to Phuket Island’s young talented athletes for the 2017 PISAC U9 & U11 Athletics Meet. This was the first time HeadStart had hosted this event, and we made up for lost time by putting on great show watched by parents and families from all the schools competing.

During the meet children from KIS, BIS, UWCT and HeadStart competed against each other to see who could run the fastest, jump the furthest and throw the furthest in the 60m, 100m, 200m, 400m, Long Jump, Javelin, Quoit and the Shuttle Relays. bp gas station The children from all four schools exemplified the virtues expected of all athletes, showing courage, fortitude, skill, commitment and enthusiasm for all the events they participated in. But equally impressive was the way the boys and girls from all schools encouraged each others athletes to perform to their best in a spirit of camaraderie that some of the worlds top athletes could learn from.

There were some inspiring performances by the HeadStart Team of boys and girls led by Ms Greenwell and cheered on by a large crowd of parents/guardians, worked up into a frenzy by the running commentary by our very own Mr Carter. We will be publishing our first series of school records in the coming weeks, so please take time to look to see who is the HeadStart record holder, at least until next year!

I would like to take this opportunity to wish all students, teachers and parents a happy and prosperous Songkran. find a gas station close to me May all of your dreams come true for the Thai new year. elektricity club Please stay safe and happy during this fun time. It has been an extremely busy and productive term and I am sure all teachers, students, and parents are looking forward to a break from the school routine.

On reflection this might have been one of the most challenging Terms: Year 11 did their mock examinations, Year 10 are in the second term of their IGCSE content and have to adjust after the term 1 exams. tortugas ninjas Year 12 and 13 prepare for some of the hardest academic exams they might ever face and Year 7,8 and 9 went on fun but challenging Outbound Field Trips. I know some parents have found it very hard not being able to contact their children by phone so it has been a learning curve for everybody.

Could I remind Year 7 & 8 parents that the parents evening for your child is on the 10th of May, 2017. Your children will be able to make appointments with teachers after the holidays. There will be 5-10 minute slots available. Please arrive at 3.15pm as we as we have some exciting news about projects in Year 8 and an information regarding the Year 9 Checkpoints to start the evening.

This has, yet again, been a very busy term. We have had many class field trips; some wonderful Faculty Weeks; great Sports Days and Swimming Galas; a fantastic drama production, The Gruffalo, from PreSchool to Year 3; a Trashion Show as part of the Fairtrade Week; Earth Hour; football, swimming and athletics meets; super class assemblies and even a teddy bears’ picnic; as well as the Songkran water festivities of yesterday – and of course, we were honoured to have the royal visit from HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn to officially open our school.

That said, after the Songkran and Easter holidays, we will be heading straight into the shortest and probably most busiest term of all, Term 3; and before we know it we will be having our end of year awards ceremony…… . However, before that happens we want to wish all the best to our Year 6 pupils who will be revising over the holidays and completing practice papers in preparation for their Cambridge Checkpoint Examinations when they return in Term 3. electricity human body Good luck to you all!!