BJAB will be having a Non-Uniform Day on Friday December 7th!
If you would like to take part, please bring in some chocolate or a bottle that we can use for our Christmas Event on Saturday 15th December.
It's as simple as that!
Some important reminders of what to bring in...
4 December Slipper for St. Nicholas
7 December Non Uniform Day: Bring in Chocolate for the Lucky Dip in exchange for wearing no uniform (labelled ‘For the Lucky Dip’ please!)
7 December Clothing Appeal for Charity
7 December Books for Sale at the Christmas Fair Second Hand Book Sale (children and adult books)
Bottles for Tombola (labelled ‘For the Tombola’ please!)
By 10 December Contributions to Christmas Hamper (labelled for the Christmas Hamper please! )
December 14 or 15 A dish for the Christmas Fair. Many people have already indicated that they will bring a dessert. If you have not already committed to a specific dish, could you please consider bringing a savoury dish!!
Starting in January, BJAB would like to offer our parents some fun too! If you like healthy eating, are interested in learning new recipes and enjoy a good meal with friends, we have the perfect proposition for you!
One Wednesday evening a month, from 7 pm till 10 pm, two amazing cooks will be coming to BJAB to offer a cooking demonstration based on organic, healthy and gourmet cuisine. They will teach you creative recipes and once you have finished cooking all together, you can enjoy a lovely meal with a glass of wine!
These classes are open to all parents (non BJAB parents are more than welcome to join too), with a minimum of 8 participants required and a maximum of 14. The cost for each session is 65 euros. If you would be interested in joining these cooking classes, the office will hand you a leaflet covering all aspects of these classes and a registration form.
The Easter holidays seem far away, maybe…but why not plan ahead!
BJAB is offering two fun stages in French, one for each week of the break:
Week one (1 – 5 April 2012): Let’s discover Belgium: we will be baking Belgian waffles, going on a treasure hunt at the “Grand Place”, learning about Manneken Pis and Jeanneken Pis, discovering the history of Brussels and reading traditional Belgian stories, all in French!
These stages are open for the children from Years 1 to Year 6, with a minimum of 12 children required per stage. BJAB will welcome the children at 8.30 and there will be a garderie service provided from 3.30 till 5.30 pm. The price is 160 euros per stage (inclusive of garderie).
If you are interested in joining one or both stages, the office will hand you a detailed leaflet covering all aspects of the stages and a registration form as soon as we come back from the Christmas holidays.
This year is a very exciting year for our school!
During our annual Christmas Fair on Saturday, December 15th, we will be celebrating the 20th Anniversary of BJAB and the centenary of the building!
We invite all children and their families to join us in this special occasion with an afternoon of fun and celebration.
Entry tickets can be purchased from the office.
We are approaching a busy time leading up to Christmas.To help you organise your diaries, please find all of our upcoming events below: