Just a reminder that children do not have to wear uniform tomorrow.
Traditional Welsh clothes, Welsh rugby shirts, anything red, white or green.
If the children can remember what house colour they are in they can wear house colours.
Tegid - Yellow
Ogwen - Blue
Crafnant - Green
Gwynant - Red
Ballot papers are on the way home today. The letter contains a personal statement from each of the candidates.
There is one per family.
You have 2 votes on this occasion.
Please return to school by mid day on Friday 3rd March.
Great to see everyone back in today.
A really busy week ahead so a few updates and reminders for you.
We are supporting two charities this half term.
We have the Marie Curie Daffodils available for a suggested donation of £1 each.
We also have some Easter chicks in support of Nightingale House again suggested donation of £1 each.
It is our school Eisteddfod on Wednesday to celebrate St Davids day. The children can come in traditional Welsh clothes, Wales rugby shirts or house colours.
World Book day - we will be having a number of activities for the children on World Book day. The children do not need to dress up. We are focusing on books and developing a love of reading rather than dressing up.
We are looking at setting up email communication. If you have a preferred email address please send it in to school or email email@example.com.
Monday 27th February - Year 5 World of Work project
Wednesday 1st March - School Eisteddfod
Thursday 2nd/Friday 3rd March - Bike Ability Year 5/6
Saturday 4th March - Choir in Holywell to support the Welsh event
Tuesday 7th March - Community Life Year 3, Tag Rugby Competition.
Tuesday 14th March - Year 6 visit Chester University
Wednesday 15th March - Year 2 trip to Talacre
Thursday 16th March - Hockey competition
Friday 17th March SEALS day
Friday 24th March - Red Nose Day (Dress up or Dress Down), Year 2 Class service.
Tuesday 28th March - Funky Fives netball competition
Friday 31st March - Elwyn Owen cup Year 3/4
Tuesday 4th April - Easter Bingo 6pm
Wednesday 5th April - Open Evening
Thursday 6th April - Open Evening
Friday 7th April - Break up for Easter
We will be celebrating St Davids Day on Wednesday 1st March.
Children can come to school wearing traditional Welsh Costume, Welsh Rugby shirts or house colours.
They will be taking part in a number of competitions, singing and dancing.
Please keep a check on twitter where we will be posting updates throughout the event.
This week's results: 18 Feb 2017
£9.90 Guaranteed Prize - won by Kerry!
Please remember to share our school lottery. The more that play the bigger the prize.
We are always looking to improve in school and I know communication can be an issue.
I would just like to remind you that our main communication will always be through the website, twitter and facebook. When we need a signature you will get a letter through pupil post.
We do also have Our school app. This is available as a FREE DOWNLOAD from both the App Store and the Play Store.
Just search for “Ysgol Maesglas”
Once installed, please ensure you allow ‘push notifications’ so that you can be the first to find out about upcoming events and read our latest news. You can also use the app to RSVP for upcoming events, access the school calendar, call or email the school office and read the latest Twitter and Facebook posts.
Any problems just get in touch
We would also like to try an email system. If you can provide school with an up to date email address it would be much appreciated.
Hope you are all having a great week so far.
Don't forget the writing homework for the Eisteddfod competition.
Many thanks to all the children that came to support our end of term disco.
Thanks to all the staff that could stay to help on the last day of term. Really appreciate it. #aboveandbeyond
We made £146.
Have a great half term
Half Term Homework
We would like you to write a story or a poem with a dragon character in it.
All work needs to be handed in on Monday 27th February. All completed pieces of work will be entered into our school Eisteddfod competition which is taking place on Wednesday 1st March to celebrate St David’s day.
Make sure that the paper with your work on it has your name and your teacher written on it and if you can remember which house team you are in, put that too!
You can word process or write the work and you can draw or add pictures if you would like.
Why not send them to the 500 word competition as well.
Have a lovely half term!
Mr Cass, Headteacher