Happy Chinese New Year and Happy Vietnamese New Year to all our families who celebrate
This New Year festival is celebrated by one fifth of the world’s population, celebrated in China, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Macau and nine other Asian countries. It isa very old custom is to name the years by one of 12 animals in their zodiac cycle. For example, 2016 is a year of the Monkey. Many Chinese still believe in astrology and other New Year superstitions. 2016 is the year of the Monkey
People focus on priorities: making amends, reconciling with people, avoiding offence, and re-establishing old ties. They buy and wear new clothes, give gifts, and clean house.
To all our families who celebrate we hope all your New Year dreams come true! I wish you and your families good health, wealth and luck for the forthcoming year of the Monkey!
Reminder: Parent teacher Meetings
Parent teacher Meetings for parents of children in Junior Infants to 2nd Class tomorrow Tuesday and Wednesday. These are very important meetings. Please come 5 minutes before your due time and remember the teacher has ten minutes only to discuss your child’s progress with you.
Reminder: Mid-term break
School will be closed on Thursday and Friday 18th and 19th February for mid-term break. Please refer to school calendar
Junior Infants vaccination information: Monday 22nd February (See overleaf)
新年快乐 / 新年快樂