Welcome to this week’s Newsletter! It has been another busy week as we move in to the last month of our academic year.

Dear parents

Welcome to this week’s Newsletter! It has been another busy week as we move in to the last month of our academic year. Please do continue to check the school calendar for the list of exciting events and important dates over the next few weeks.

Pirate’s Cove

Despite the relentless and very unseasonal rain we have been experiencing, the Pirate Cove area, outside the back of the auditorium is continuing to take shape. The ship appears to get bigger every time I go to check it out! The exciting part of the project really begins next week when the whole of the Primary community gets involved in the painting of the walls. We will be sure to share plenty of pictures of the area over the next two weeks.

Meet SLT

A final reminder that all parents are invited to ‘Meet SLT’ next Wednesday 5th June from 8.45 until around 9.30 in the Auditorium. We have some exciting plans to share with regards to the summer and also bring you up to date with staffing arrangements for next year. I really hope you can join us.

End of term arrangements

Friday 21st is set to be an extremely exciting day with Primary and Secondary awards ceremonies before break, followed by our annual Britannica’s Got Talent show. Please note that school finishes at 2pm on this day.

The following week is activities week for everyone with the official end of the school year for students being at 2.30pm on Wednesday 26th June.

On each of these days, late pick-up will run for one additional hour. Please ensure you have made the necessary arrangements to pick up your children on time. The school has already notified the bus company of the changed timings

Spring Fayre Donation

Thank you to everyone who attended and contributed to our Spring Fayre a few weeks ago. It was fantastic for the students and PSA to be able to hand over a cheque for 1 million forints to our nominated Feszek charity in the Primary assembly last Friday and for the children to hear what the money will be used for and who it will support. Your generosity is very much appreciated.


Finally, our thoughts and prayers go out to the South Korean community after the terrible boat disaster on the Danube yesterday morning. Incidents such as these are always heart breaking but this happening, so close to home, really offers a reality check about what is important in our lives.

Have a good weekend

Kind regards

Neil McGarry