SPELLING BEE FINAL
The Spelling Bee finals will take place on Wednesday 13th May. The Grade 2 and 3 final will start at 9:00 am and the Grade 4 to 7 final will start at 10:30 am.
Please can the Grade 7 girls bring a 9 or 10 packet of toilet rolls (Twin Saver or similar) to school.
On 15th May is our next LGS Civvies Day. For those girls who wish to participate they can pay R5 and wear suitable/sensible civvies.
SPCA SCHOOL COLLECTION TINS AND BLANKETS
The SPCA in Pietermaritzburg desperately needs blankets for their animals for winter. They have asked schools to help with this drive. Our school will be collecting any suitable blankets, rugs or towels . The SPCA is also running a collection tin competition. Every class is given their own tin to collect any small change. The tins will be collected the tins early in the
3rd term. The winning class in the school will win a pizza party for their class. We will start collecting blankets and coins from tomorrow.
CAR PARK AND COLLECTION
The waiting area at the car park is out of bounds for learners between 2:20 pm and 3:15 pm Mondays to Thursdays. It has come to our notice that there are a number of children who are not being collected on time. If your child is not doing sport or attending Aftercare she must be collected by 2:L20 at the latest, otherwise she will be sent to sport until 3:15 pm. NO exceptions will be made to this rule. If you cannot make it by 2:20 pm then come after 3:15 pm.
We are very pleased to announce the launch of the School Communicator – an innovative and exciting new way of communicating with parents. The School Communicator keeps you up-to-date with what’s happening at the school. It updates automatically and brings you all the latest news and calendar events. It also contains a photo gallery, contact list and a range of useful links and documents.
In order for us to improve our communication with you we encourage you to install the School Communicator on both your computer and mobile phone. It is safe and secure and is used daily by more than ¼ million people worldwide.
– GETTING STARTED
Installing the School Communicator is dead simple. Download the installer from the School Communicator website: http://www.school-communicator.com/downloads. While downloading click “save” and thereafter “run”. You can install the School Communicator on as many computers as you like.
You can also install the d6 School Communicator on your mobile phone. There are specific apps available for Blackberry, iPhone and Android. All you need to do is visit our School Communicator website:
http://www.school-communicator.com/downloads from your mobile phone browser and download the app.
– ALWAYS UP-TO-DATE
News and relevant information is added regularly by the school. Your School Communicator will automatically update as new information is added. There’s nothing further you need to do.
– GET ONLY THE NEWS YOU WANT
You can select which news and calendar information you’d like to receive. Click on the Personalised tab and select the relevant channels from the list provided.
– HOW WILL THE SCHOOL COMMUNICATOR AFFECT YOUR COMPUTER?
The school Communicator is a lightweight application and should have no noticeable impact on your computer. In some instances you might need to change your anti-virus or firewall settings to allow the School Communicator to run. If you are on a company network you might need to ask your network administrator to assist you. Over 100 000 parents are already successfully using the School Communicator, both at home and at work.
The School Communicator typically uses about 30Mb of data a month. This will fluctuate a little from month to month depending how often we update the content, but should never be excessive.
Any personal information shared with the School Communicator (including your registration details) is absolutely private and may only be used by the school. It may not be sold or shared with any third party. The School Communicator servers are protected by Thawte to ensure no unauthorised access of your details.
Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns. You can also contact the School Communicator support team if you experience any problems running the School Communicator. Contact them on 0860 22 11 36 or
There will be a prize for the first class whose parents have all installed the school communicator. There will be a slip to return for this prize.