Well, well, well, the end of the year is nearly upon us. And with another year's end, brings us another set of annual events.
Namely, coming up on Thursday, 28th of November, we celebrate the achievements of the graduating class of 2019! The final class of the decade, the children are already practising hard to make sure that the night runs smoothly, and that they do their parents and teachers proud. They will perform a few songs and a poem, sharing their learning experiences through these performances. Each child will receive a certificate in acknowledging his/her kindergarten journey.
All you, the parents, need to do to ensure that the night goes according to plan, is to arrive at 5 pm, for a 5:15 start. Following the graduation ceremony, everyone is welcome to share in some finger food and big graduation cake. We will end the night and let loose with an epic disco dance party.
We are very proud off our graduates and would like to wish them the very best for prep 2020!
On Saturday, 7th of December at 10 am, the doors will open for our 2019 Christmas party! Puppertix will perform a 45 min Christmas Magic puppet show starting at 11am. There will be lots of singing, dancing, some fun activities for the children, and a visit from Santa himself! We ask you to bring us a wrapped book with your child's name printed on the front for Santa to present it to your child at the end of the Christmas party. You are welcome to bring a plate of food for everyone to share. Looking forward to celebrating with all of you.
Finally, parent-teacher interviews for 2020 are currently on until the 25th of November. If you have not booked it yet, and you would like to have a chat with your child's teacher about learning and development of your child please have a look on the roster for available times.
At this point, you all would have received Re-enrolment forms for 2020. If you need to secure your child's spot for 2020, please return your form before the 2nd of December. This will also make it easier for us to plan staff member's much deserved holidays, and rosters in late 2019-early 2020.
Keep smiling, Natasa