Fun Friyay June 23!

Good morning fellow Bloggers!

Another reminder that the dates on the Camp Permission Form are incorrect, the correct dates for the 5/6 Camp Dates are;

Week 9: June 28 – June 30 (Wednesday to Friday next week)

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. Camp Payments must be made prior to departure. Thank you!

We hope you have a splendid weekend filled with many specks of gold! P.S. Happy Camp preparing/packing! 

Tremendous Thursday June 22

Hi all!

Another reminder that the dates on the Camp Permission Form are incorrect, the correct dates for the 5/6 Camp Dates are;

Week 9: June 28 – June 30 (Wednesday to Friday next week)

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. Camp Payments must be made prior to departure. Thank you!

Wednesday June 21

Good morning!

Another reminder that the dates on the Camp Permission Form are incorrect, the correct dates for the 5/6 Camp Dates are;

Week 9: June 28 – June 30 (Wednesday to Friday next week)

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

REVISED Camp Dates

The dates on the Camp Permission Form are incorrect, the correct dates for the 5/6 Camp Dates are;

Week 9: June 28 – June 30 (Wednesday to Friday next week)

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. This form was sent home to families yesterday.

Sawasdee or Hello!

Sawasdee!

For the next two weeks, we’ll focus on the Thai language and some other things about Thailand that are amazing. Our Thai students feel very confident with their Thai skills and are looking forward to share them with us.

  • Did you know that Thailand is home to a tenth of the world’s bird species? And that is despite the extensive deforestation.
  • That Thailand is the only SE Asian country not to be colonised by a European country? This fits with the country’s name which means “The Land of the Free”.
  • Is home to the biggest freshwater fish? (293kg)
  • Is the world’s largest orchid exporter? They have 1300 native species.
  • Is home to the largest gold statue of Buddha? (5.5tons!)
  • That in Thailand, the head is the most important part of the body? Consequently, no one must ever touch another person, even a child, on the head.

What an amazing country!

Tuesday June 13!

Good morning Bloggers!

Welcome to Week 7! We hope you had a lovely, positive and rejuvenating long weekend break.

Today is the inter-schools athletics carnival held at Santos Stadium! Good luck to our athletes representing HFCS 🙂

Reminders for the week include the two Camp Forms that are due back and Country Inquiries are due Friday!