Term 1 – Newsletter 4

Dear Parents,

We had an exciting week last week filled with visits from Theatre for Life, Woolworths Educational Programme and an author. Please follow our Facebook page for photos of all the wonderful activities.

Please note the following:

Request for Art Supplies
Our Art teacher, Mrs Stemmet, would be very grateful for the following donations:
– Old magazines
– Newspaper
– Toilet rolls (empty)
– Food colouring
– Old paint

Extra Maths Lessons
Ms Styane is generously offering her time once again this year; to assist pupils with extra mathematics lessons on Thursdays at 14h45-15h30.
One on one sessions are also available at parent’s cost, please contact tstyane@abeilleruche.co.za if you would like to arrange for private sessions.

Important Dates
– Grade 7-9 Assessments begin on the 7 th of March- all pupils have been
informed of the Assessment Programme.
– Sports Day: 19th March

Cake Sales
– We will be having cake sales sponsored by each phase every second Thursday. Our first fundraising cake sale, sponsored by Foundation Phase, will take place on Valentine’s Day, the 14th of February. Please send a container with your child so that they can bring some cake home for the family too!

Please be advised that Eduguru has the following books in stock and ready for collection:
Grade 4:
– Piekfyn Learner Book x2
– Piekfyn Reader x1
Grade 5
– Piekfyn Reader x1
Grade 6
– Piekfyn Learner Book x4
Grade 9
– Piekfyn Learner Book x 1
– English Learner Book x 1

Please note that you can also place orders with them if you need to. You will see their flyer attached.

Cultural Family Fun Day
We are very excited about the Cultural Family Day planned for the 16th of May. We are going to have food representing various countries on sale and we also want to have fun activities for the children to enjoy. Any profit made will go towards a much needed permanent covering structure for our wonderful outdoor playground area. We need parents to offer their assistance for this event, please confirm your availability via the reply slip emailed.

Warm regards,
Theresa Minnë
Dean of Studies

“The object of education is to prepare the young to educate themselves throughout their lives.”

Robert Matnard Hutchins

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