Term End Party

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principal
11 Apr 2017
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Dear Parent,

A very special day is nearing for our shining stars as the time for the end of yet another successful term is approaching. To celebrate the same, the school has organised an exclusive LEGO PARTY for all the Pre-Primary students on Thursday, 13th April 2017 during school hours, which will mark the end of this term.

They can look forward to fun activities,playing lots of lego fun games and watching a movie at the party, which,we are sure, will be a memorable experience for them.

 

Our Best

 

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