Morning Notes

Wednesday 17 September

Happy belated birthday to Dylan Sneed (Grade 6)!

Open House: Today

Dear all students:


Today, we will have an Open House for prospective parents. If you see parents during the day, please be friendly and welcoming and say hello.


Please note that due to the Open House, parents will be using the Hub for a presentations during morning break, so it will be off-limits to students during that time.


We apologize for any inconvenience!!


Thank you.

Halcyon Ambassadors: Today at 1000-1030:

Can the following students please make your way down to reception at 1000:


  • Charlie Sears & Christina Warner
  • Kate Crannell & Sabrina Ciauri
  • Emily Wilson & Alexi Warner
  • Fra Levi & Marella Berni
  • Rachel Green


Thank you!

Lockers & bags

Dear students:


The reception area is not a public locker!


If you are having trouble accessing your locker OR you have forgotten your combination code, please see Emily at reception or Mia in the office.


No student may leave bags at reception.


Thank you!

How to open (your locker) a combination lock.

Reminder to all:

There is no gum allowed at school. Thank you.

Jeans for Genes Day

Friday the 19th September is Jeans for Genes Day, which raises money for Genetic Disorders UK to help improve the lives of British children suffering from these conditions.


Genetic disorders affect one in 25 of UK children, which means 30,000 babies are born with them every year. The problems and complications such disorders bring are the biggest cause of death in children under the age of 14.


Some are apparent at birth while others are diagnosed at different stages throughout childhood, and sometimes into adulthood.


The money raised by organisations and schools on Jeans for Genes Day funds a range of initiatives that improve the quality of life of children and families affected by genetic disorders. Students can get involved simply by wearing their jeans to school on Friday the 19th and donating, as well as by holding all sorts of fun fundraising events.


If you are interest in organizing this fundraising event, please contact Ms. Zago as soon as possible.

Halcyon Drama Club-Drama Production!

If you could not attend the Drama Club meeting yesterday at lunch, you can still join in. Please come to a meeting after school on Wed, Sept. 17th or Thursday, Sept. 18th. We will be meeting in the Council Room.

Notice to all Grade 6 students:

Could all students in grade 6 please download the coding game Hakitzu Elite Robot Warriors. You need to set up an account once you have downloaded it.


https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/hakitzu-elite-robot-hackers/id599976903?mt=8


Thank you

Today's Activities/Locations - Check hub or office to see what activity you are registered for:

WEDNESDAY Lunchtime 1245-1320

1. Art Club - S02

2. Science Club for Grades 6-8 with Ms Fritz - LAB

3. Film Club for Grades 9 and 10 with Mrs Zago and Ms Dutton - F01



WEDNESDAY After-School 1545-1630

1. Model United Nations with Mr Jones - T01

2. Homework Club - HUB



For after school activities, please make your way directly up to the classrooms.

Lunchtime Park Schedule

The following Grades will be going to the park following the below schedule:


Wednesday - Grade 6

Thursday - Grade 7 & 8

Friday - Grade 9 & 10


**All students going to the park will need to meet in the Hub for a prompt departure.


Remember to bring your sports and outdoor shoes for the Park!

Today's Lunchtime arrangements:

Lunchtime activities will rotate everyday with the following scheduled for TODAY:


Grade 6

  • Lunch commences at 1205
  • At 1225 students who are going to the park (listed below) will need to make their way directly to the Hub for a prompt departure to the Park with Ms. Mills.


Grade 7 & 8 (to the park after a quick lunch)

  • Lunch commences at 1215


Grade 9 & 10:

  • Lunch commences at 1225


Grades 7,8 9 & 10 (who are not enrolled onto lunch-time activities):

  • At 1235 students can go to the Hub with Mr. Byrne for games etc or to Goldsmid Hall for table tennis and games etc with Marvin from Fit For Sport and Mr. Jones. Please meet them in the back of the canteen to be escorted to the hall.

Notice for Grade 6 students:

The following students will be going to Hyde Park with Mrs. Mills. Please meet in the Hub promptly at 1225:


Students going to the park:


Jonah

Linus

Dylan

Ethan

Lucca B

Alexia

Christina


***Grade 6 Students taking part in other activities on campus***


Catherine

Manual

Lucca T

Darrien

Annemarie

Davide

Jeffrey

Johnny

Javier

Tallullah

Marella B

Halcyon Guest Speakers - Susan Pollack

Tuesday, Sep. 30th, 3:45pm

33 Seymour Pl

On Tuesday 30 September, Susan Pollack, a Hungarian Jew who survived Auschwitz concentration camp will be coming to speak at Halcyon. The opportunity to hear her talk is open to students in Grades 9 and 10, Halcyon staff and Halcyon parents. The talk will take place in the Hub from 3.45pm. Please contact scooke@halcyonschool.com if you have any questions.

Halcyon Guest Speakers: Javier Sanchez

Friday, Oct. 3rd, 12:30pm

Halcyon Hub

We are delighted that as part of the Halcyon Guest Speakers programme, Javier Sanchez, father of Celia and Andres will be addressing students on the subject of marketing and advertising. Javier speaks from his experience in working for Coca Cola. This talk is open to all students at lunchtime on Friday 3rd October in the Hub.

Wednesday's Menu

Main Course:

Ratatouille and Herbed Quinoa (Gluten Free & Dairy Free)

OR

Carrots and Hummus Rollup (Dairy Free)


OR


Sandwich Option:

Egg mayonnaise roll


Salads & Sides:

Carrot & Sultana Salad (Gluten Free/Dairy Free)

Red Cabbage & Apple Salad (Gluten Free/Dairy Free)

Potato & Dill Salad (Gluten Free)

Mixed Salad(Gluten Free/Dairy Free)


Dessert:

Cookies or Yogurt

Please give us feedback from your lunch experience here:

Lost and Found items?

Please visit Emily at Reception for any lost items - wehave quite the collection here!

Talk @ Halcyon

In addition to talk@halcyonschool.com, which is an email address that you can write to with any concerns you have, we also have a created a Google form that you can fill out at any time should you wish to raise awareness of anything either anonymously or with your name attached. Check it out!