The news that our children could return to school has ended the month of May for us on a high note. It is a pleasure to see and hear the children enjoying themselves in their classes and their return has brought, much-needed life to the corridors!
Our focus for the next few weeks is to use the information from work submitted, online engagement and recent assessments to provide the children with an end-of-term assessment grade. The reports for this term will be sent to parents on 24th June and will be followed by the usual parent consultations. If parents have any queries about the assessments that will be taking place, please contact Mr. Mernagh our Assistant Principal.
We are also planning transition opportunities for all our pupils which will include meeting their new teacher, seeing their new classroom (hopefully in person and, if not, then by Zoom) and parents will have the opportunity to meet the new teachers via Zoom.
Mrs. Andrea Smith
Primary Student Council Get Fit ~ Stay Fit in May Challenge
Our Primary Student Council set a few challenges for our students to complete during the holidays, one of these was to walk, cycle or go on your scooter to a new place in Qatar. Well done to those who took to the challenge and kept fit during May!
Primary Student Council - Climate Awareness Project
Our primary students were tasked to create an environmental awareness model using only junk materials found around their homes during the holidays, well done to those who participated and sent these in to share with our community. There are some very creative pieces of work presented.