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Newsletter - November 2019
November celebrates the change of season. As the winter slowly sets in, please ensure the children are dressed warmly in the mornings. Please encourage them to wear sports shoes everyday as we have planned many activities in the garden. A warm drink will be served with the morning snack.
Winter also brings to Delhi the migratory birds as they travel south. Our projects this month will feature birds. Many different species come into the back garden of the school, so the children can watch the birds and listen to their calls. There is bird feed and a bird bath in the back garden. Children delight in watching the birds in the early mornings. If any parent is interested in contributing to this project in any way, please contact the office.
This month also celebrates Children’s Day on the 14th of November. The first Prime Minister of India - Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru - had a special love for children and that is why Children’s Day is celebrated on his birthday. We have planned a very special day for the children on the 14th of November.
The children have planted seeds of seasonal vegetables and flowers and have been carefully watching them grow. They are very happy to pick the vegetables and send them to the kitchen to be included in their lunch.
Parents who live on farms and would like to share fresh fruits and vegetables with the school for the children’s lunch, please contact the office.
A copy of the changed lunch menu which includes soups and salads is attached.
With the change of season many children get infected with the viral flu and the common cold. It is very important that children be kept home for the period of infection so as to prevent passing the virus on to other children. Please do not send you child to school with a running nose or a cough.
School timings from Monday the 4th of November 2019
Parents who want clarification on any point may contact us by phone on 26140317 / 41704307 or email email@example.com
Further information is available at www.themagicyears.com.