Join us for Wear Yellow Day on 23 June 2017 to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis. We would ask that the children bring in a donation to wear anything yellow.
You can also Text Yellow to 70500 to donate £5 to the Trust, and help them create a brighter future for everyone with cystic fibrosis.
We can't wait to see your #CFYelfie!
We will be having our KS2 sports day on Tuesday 13th June at 9.30am.
I am hoping for better weather than last time.
5th June School starts back
6th June Year 4 Pentre trip
8th June Cricket competition. Flintshire schools in Performance 7pm
9th June Athletics
14th June London Trip
15th June PiXL celebration
19th June MEEE project
23rd June Wear Yellow day
5th July - Induction Evening 5.30pm Nur/Rec. 6pm Yr 2/Yr3
7th July - Reports sent home
15th July - Its a Knockout
20th July - School Close for summer
Northop Hall Cricket Club
Friday 4.15pm to 5.15 pm
Sessions for children aged 5 - 8
One of our pupils has asked me to share this.
Junior Chess Club
6pm - 7.30pm
At the Highways Methodist Church
All abilities welcome
Coaching sessions plus games
Contact Niki on 07599801118
You will be getting your attendance letter for this term.
After listening to your feedback we have made a slight alteration. You will get, Attendance this term and Attendance for this academic year.
Our attendance winners for last week:- Mr Williams
The winners for the week:- Miss Coppack
We are very proud of all our athletes taking part in a wide variety of sports over the last few weeks.
Cross Country, Girls Football, Boys Football and Dodgeball.
We try to give our children as many experiences as we can. There are a number of clubs in the local community. I hope a few go and try them out.
As you are all very aware due to the recent events there is a heightened state of vigilance required for all educational visits. I know many of you have concerns about our London Trip.
We will continue to assess the threat level over the coming days/weeks and make a final decision about the trip after half term.
We understand that the events this week will have left you, pupils and staff feeling unsettled about any school educational visits.
The Education Department is following advice and is not currently advising that future travel should be cancelled.
We have created a Criw Cymraeg in school. We are excited to have been chosen as a school to pilot this scheme and new initiative.
Our Criw Cymraeg will be made up of no more than 5 children between year 3-6 who enjoy speaking Welsh. Our aim as a school is to continue to develop the use of Welsh both within class and throughout our school day.
We have been given lots of targets to work towards and we are currently working towards our bronze award. To achieve this award we will be collecting evidence from around the school to prove how we have met and achieved these targets before moving onto the sliver award.
These are our ten bronze targets to meet.
A visual Welsh ethos is beginning to be established
A majority of the pupils have an understanding and respect for the culture and language of Wales
Pupils are beginning to speak Welsh in a variety of situations within their classrooms Pupils are beginning to speak Welsh in a variety of situations outside their classrooms There is a weekly Welsh assembly
Pupils are encouraged to use Apps and websites to learn Welsh
The school organises some enrichment activities to develop pupils use and enjoyment of Welsh
Welsh guided reading groups are held fortnightly
Aspects of one subject is beginning to be taught through the medium of Welsh
A majority of the pupils have a positive attitude towards learning Welsh
We will keep you up to date with our progress.
On Wednesday 17th May Tempest will be in school for Class and Team photos. Please make sure all school sports kit is returned.
Mr Cass, Headteacher