12 Dec 2016

13 December 2016 Newsletter

Jockey Club Sarah Roe School’s latest newsletter is available to read now. Find out the latest news around the school and upcoming events.

[wc_fa icon=”angle-right” margin_left=”” margin_right=””][/wc_fa]  Principal’s Message
[wc_fa icon=”angle-right” margin_left=”” margin_right=””][/wc_fa]  Giraffes Can’t Dance
[wc_fa icon=”angle-right” margin_left=”” margin_right=””][/wc_fa]  Dates for your diary
[wc_fa icon=”angle-right” margin_left=”” margin_right=””][/wc_fa]  ESF’s Got Musical Talent
[wc_fa icon=”angle-right” margin_left=”” margin_right=””][/wc_fa]  Quiet shopping hour at Toys R Us for children with ASD and sensory processing difficulties

 

Principal’s Message

There’s no better way to end a busy term one than all of us working together for the end of year show, and what a show it was!!! Our students clearly love the spotlight and we love helping them to enjoy it. A huge thank you to everyone who put in so much extra time and effort. The team was led by Karen Carmody with great support from Jenny Lingham. Plenty of photos later in this newsletter and I am sure your son/daughter’s teacher will share many more.

 

We were thrilled to hear Hon Shan’s art work was chosen for the ESF Christmas card this year. Hon Shan is indeed a very talented artist and you can see more of his work hanging on our walls here at school. Congratulations Hon Shan.

[wc_highlight color=”red”]I wish you all a Merry Christmas.[/wc_highlight]

[wc_highlight color=”red”]Safe and happy holidays[/wc_highlight]

 

 

Giraffes Can’t Dance

Dates for your diary

First day of term 2 – Tuesday 3 January

Morning tea for domestic helpers – 9.30 Friday 6 January

ESF’s Got Musical Talent – Saturday 21 January at Grappa’s Cellar

 

ESF’s Got Musical Talent

 

Quiet shopping hour at Toys R Us for children with ASD and sensory processing difficulties

Dear Parents,

On Friday December 23rd Toys R Us In Causeway Bay are opening their doors an hour early to allow a special Quiet Shopping Hour from 9 to 10am. This is for children with autism or issues with sensory overload who usually find these environments overwhelming. See the link below for details of this initiative.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/10/26/toys-r-us-to-offer-quiet-shopping-hour-for-children-with-autism/

There will be no flyers, no media, no tickets. The media will only be informed after the event that this took place.

However, in order to attend you have to be registered. If you are interested please contact Sarah Tam at tam.sarah@gmail.com directly.

Team CDC