Dear Parents,

 

This week has very much been a week of sports, with our swimmers competing in the Primary and Secondary interhouse swimming competitions. Our older students have seen a return to their public examinations and ‘exam fever’ continues with the younger year groups too. I am sure they are looking forward to the long respite in a few weeks’ time.

 

As always a few notices….

 

PARENT SURVEY

Many thanks to all our parents who have contributed to our biennial parent survey. The company, Analisis e Investigacion, will now be collating the results and information. We should receive the results within the next couple of months and so look to amend our development plans accordingly. Thank you again.

 

SUMMER SCHOOL

A reminder that if any of you are interested in attending our annual Summer School or, indeed, if your friends or family wish to attend, then please do contact either Isabel at reception, or Mr McIntyre at the following email addresses. Many thanks.

isabel.sanchez@kings.education

ewen.mcintyre@kings.education

 

SCHOOL CALENDAR

Next year’s school calendar is now available on our website or here.  You will note that the Region de Murcia has not transferred the 8th December holiday to the preceding Monday, as they did a few years ago.

 

SHOP CLOSURE

A further reminder that the school shop will be closed for a week, from Mon 17th to Fri 21st June. It will re-open as normal the following week.

 

SCHOOL COUNSELLOR

Our new school counsellor visited us earlier this week and spent the day seeing the school and meeting key staff. As I mentioned in last week’s letter, Elena will be joining us in September and is very much looking forward to joining the team.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Mon 10th June School closed – local holiday
Tues 11th June

 

 

Head away

4.45pm. UCAS presentation for University entrance

 

Fri 14th June

 

Beach day

 

…AND FINALLY

I will be away in Madrid next Tuesday and returning on Wednesday afternoon. As always, I will be leaving the school in Mr Snowden’s capable hands.

 

I hope you all enjoy the extended weekend break.

 

Best wishes,

Mr Rumistrzewicz