EY3 Songkran Break Slideshow
Thank you so much for all the lovely photos.
Please click on the link below to view the slideshow.
Farewell to Jimmy and Oscar
We were saddened to hear that Jimmy and Oscar will not be returning to KIS for the remainder of the academic year.
We wish them all the best and hope to see them again soon.
Take care, boys. We will miss you dearly.
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We hope you all had a safe and enjoyable Songkran Break, and that you are ready once again to reconnect and get Term 3 underway. We will begin by revisiting our Who We Are unit and connecting with students. We will be scheduling ZOOM meetings from the start of the week.
We will begin this week by talking more about organizing our learning spaces: a quiet place with a clean working area that has resources such as pencils, erasers, colouring pencils/crayons, scissors, etc.
Below is a link for this week’s Blue Book activities. We will aim to send these planners out on Fridays going forward, in order to give you and your child more time to better prepare for the week ahead.
Apart from this, there are copies of our weekly plans as well as our schedule that includes students’ “I Can” statements as well as the Learning Objectives for each activity. You can find these in the EY3 Weekly Planning and Home Learning (Emergencies) links under Pages on the right-hand side of this blog page.
Earth Day is this Wednesday (April 22nd) and we will also be having a House Shirt ZOOM Day this Friday (April 24th). Stay tuned for further details on Seesaw.
Along with the weekly plan, we also have a Choice Chart (see link below) that is connected to our ATL’s and subjects. This Choice Chart provides you and your child a choice of CAN DO activities that you can do at home (similar to the choice centers your child has in the classroom). These activities do not have to be reflected on in Seesaw but if your child would like to, he/she is more than welcome to do so.
This is our first time making the Choice Chart, so we would love your feedback: What is good about it? What can be better? Please feel free to email your reflections to the homeroom teachers.
Letters from KIS Administration
Please click on the links below to view letters to parents from Mr. Paul and Ms. June.