Organisation of the school day
Nursery – K1
K2 – K3
Grade 1 – Grade 6
After School Clubs
The size of our Nursery classes does not exceed 21 children and our K1-K3 classes does not exceed 25 children. Grade 1 – Grade 6 does not exceed 30 children. This ensure that the needs of our children are met well and that they receive a high quality learning experience.
The ratio in Nursery class is three adult. This is includes one teacher, a teacher assistant and a nanny.
The ration in K1 to K3 class is two adult. This is includes one teacher and a teacher assistant.
After school day care
Things to bring on the first day of school
- school bag pack
- water bottle
- school hat
- pare uniform
- toothbrush kits
* Please bring the school’s sleeping bag on the second week of school
* In the first week of school, please collect your child at 12 noon
Being involved as a parent
We welcome parents in school as part of a team working to further our school aims by fund raising and generally celebrating in the success of the school trough event such as assemblies, art actions and community
The system of care in the school
We are highly inclusive school, with an exceptionally caring and nurturing ethos. At Anvida children come first, we know every child well, what he or she needs and is capable of, and have a remarkably high regard for every aspect of their aspect of their care, learning and environment.
Security on campus
A secure wall surrounds our campus and electronic door with key card control front gate door exits 24 hours a day. Parent’s key card ensure security on campus. The keycard provide identification when children are collected from school. Parents are expected to carry their keycards at all times when on the school campus.
From K1, homework in all subjects is carefully alternated and follows an agreed whole school plan to ensure that children have balance of homework assignments throughout each week.
Food and refreshment
The school catering service provides two light snacks of milk and healthy finger foods during the school day, morning snack at 9:30 a.m., afternoon tea at around 2:15 p.m. A hot lunch is available at around 11:30-12:30 p.m. Fresh drinking water is available at all time. Please see the school menu, published weekly for further information.
To prevent severe allergic reactions, children must not be brought in snack or foods from home to share in school except on special occasion. We do appreciate your support in this matter.
Ways of Communication between home and school
Every Fridays, parents is receiving Newsletter to keep you update about the school. Communication Floder from a classroom teacher about your child’s weekly progress. Parent Consultation are scheduled each term.
We know you’ll have some questions. We’ve answered the most common ones below…
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Term 1 : May – September
Term 2 : November – February
Term 1 : October
Term 2 : March / April
*New students are required to attend summer school
4:30 – 5:30 p.m.
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