As always, a busy start to the term here with lots of things going on! Our Romanian visitors arrived the first week of term and were warmly welcomed by staff, pupils and parents.
We have already had some sporting successes with Girl's Football and Netball.
We have had an evacuee day in year 6, CPR and Defib training, Scooter workshops and the first of the Transition Workshops for Y6 pupils who are going to Ysgol Treffynnon and we are only on day 11 of the new term!
Our OneWorld club is organising a fundraiser in support of the WWF campaign to provide relief following the Australian Bush Fires. We would like to invite pupils to dress in their own clothes, or wear yellow/gold and green clothing if they have it, this Friday 24th January (coincides with Australia Day this Sunday). Please do not go out and buy something especially for this - though I suspect Mrs Hughes has a Kangaroo Costume on order from amazon. The children have decided to ask for a donation of 50p from each child wearing own clothes. Mrs Hughes has got some Australia Themed activities for the children to do that day too.
Advance Notice of Parent's Open Evening
Wednesday 18th March Doors open at 3:30 and we will be finished by 6:30. You will have a chance to see your child's work and have a chat with the teacher. No appointment is necessary but will will send out slips closer to the time to find out who is coming etc.
Friday 6th March, we will be holding our Welsh celebrations! Foundation Phase will begin at 9:30 and Juniors at 10. Parents are invited to come in to see the performances and then to go up to class with your child afterwards to take part in activities with a welsh theme. There may even be a 'pannad a teisen cymraeg' for those that stay. We look forward to sharing this welsh celebration with you.
Mr Cass, Headteacher