Notices

July 2019

We embark on the theme of Farm this term.  Over a 2 week cycle through the term, your children will take home activities that are related to the theme.  We endeavour to make each activity age appropriate.

There will be no school on the following dates:

            - Monday 8th July (Youth Day)
- Friday 9th August (National Day)
- Monday 12th August (Hari Raya Haji)

 A gentle reminder that "Show and Tell" is conducted by level and over several days. This will allow for better time management and greater period for discourse. This starts next week, 1st July.

 Mondays - Nursery 1s and PG (Born '16 & '17)

 Tuesdays - Nursery 2s (Born 2015)

Wednesdays - K1s (Born 2014)

  Fridays - K2s (Born 2013)

Please help your child pick an item to show. Due to time constraints, each child can only show and chat about one object.

 A reminder that every child should come into school with a spare change of clothes every day.

Music and movement is held every Friday.  We would appreciate that your children are attired in shorts and tee-shirts on the day to facilitate movement.  Dresses for girls tend to hinder.

We would also like to request that you please send your children in on time each day.  Drop-off starts at 8.45am and we close the doors by 9.15am.

For those who will be celebrating their birthday from 1st July to 6th September, kindly send at least two photos of your child for each year of birth, with notations, a week before your child's scheduled birthday walk. More information will be relayed to you by the directresses as each directress is allotted a birthday to celebrate.

Please be reminded to bring the TLH bag provided by the school to your child. This is where we ask them to put all their artwork that they have created during the day.

For parents dropping and picking up their children, please drive in head first and not to back up so that the exhaust fumes do not hit the children directly. 

Lastly but of no less importance, please ensure that the office is told of any changes in address and contact details.  This is vital for cases of emergencies.

Our warmest regards,

TLH