Some of Year 4 children are in todays Leader on page 7.
We are extending our reading competition for an extra week so that it runs up to the end of term. The children now have an extra week to grab those extra points for their team. It is very close at the moment so keep reading.
Please remember to send your child’s reading slips into school. The children are very competitive and all want their team to win. Each team has lots of points already and we are only a few days into the competition. Keep up the good work Year 3. Sent from my HTC
Good afternoon. Children are invited to come to school tomorrow dressed as a character from a book. If they would like to bring the book to school to share, that would be lovely. If children do not wish to participate, they need to come to school in full school uniform. Thank you.
As part of our drive to improve reading standards Mrs Steen held a reading information session for parents in school on October 2nd 2014. The power point used to deliver this session has now been added to our school website Reading Information Event PP for parents. If you have any questions or require further information please … Read more
Don’t forget it’s our School Eisteddfod on Monday. We’ve received lots of fantastic competition entreis so far. Welsh costume or rugby shirts may be worn.
Are you available to come along and have a bacon butty and cup of tea with us at 9am on Friday morning? We are looking for help to organise our Summer Fayre. If you are willing to help or have any ideas that you could contribute, please come along. With thanks, Lisa Roberts
On Monday some of Reception and some of Year 3 went to Forest School to plant some trees. We met a woman called Katie and she taught us how to plant some beautiful trees. We learnt that a young tree is called a sapling. Here are some instructions of how to plant a tree. 1. Make a square … Read more
On Monday we went to the Rimbojam. Rimbojam is an event for Welsh schools to come together and sing Welsh songs and dance. The Rimbojam was in Ysgol Bro Alyn. There were lots of schools there. The songs were: Ti’n Dod i Ddawnsio Ffrindiau Y Boi Sy Y Gemau Olympaidd Crempog Cadi Siwpar Dai Y Bwci Bos … Read more
On the 11th of November 2014, Year 6 performed a class assembly which was about Remembrance Day. We started by singing a song called ‘In Flanders Fields’ by John McCrae which was originally a war poem. Then we shared our views about what wearing a poppy means to us. We also recited a poem called … Read more