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Friday, 22 June 2018

Sports days

Just a reminder that we have sports day next week.
Monday, 1pm - Foundation Phase, Tuesday 1pm - KS2.
Please can the children wear house colours both days and appropriate footwear. They also need sun hats, refillable drinks and sun cream applied. Thank you.

Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Summer Fete

This Saturday is our Summer Fete.
Loads of things to see and do including our AMAZING Talent Show!!
11:00-2:30

Tuesday, 5 June 2018

Non-Uniform day



 Friday 8th June is a non-uniform day. Please can the children come to school not in uniform.
Can the Foundation Phase children please bring chocolates and the Junior children please bring a bottle to contribute to the 'Tombola' for the School Fete which is on Saturday 23rd June.


We also have a book fayre from Wednesday13th to 20th June after school every day. Come along and choose some books for your children.

Monday, 4 June 2018

MUSIC CONCERT

MUSIC CONCERT MONDAY 18TH JUNE AT 6PM 
TICKETS ON SALE FROM MONDAY 11TH JUNE - SCHOOL OFFICE
 AT £2.50  PER PERSON 

Friday, 23 March 2018

Sport Relief

Thank you for your generous donations towards the Sport Relief appeal this year. We raised £167.25 for this very worthwhile cause. Thank you for your generosity.

Sunday, 18 March 2018

School is Open Monday 19th March

The school will be open for business as usual tomorrow, Monday 19th March. Achievement assembly will go ahead.
Please make sure that you use walkways with care.
Thank you for your patience and support.

Tuesday, 13 March 2018

Eco-committee - Yellow fish campaign

Today our Eco-committee met with Tim from Keep Wales Tidy to take part in the yellow fish campaign. This was to raise awareness of how rubbish, oil and other substances go down our drains and pollute our local rivers. The children took part in activities in school and then sprayed yellow fish by the drains in our local area to remind people to not put anything down our drains.
Thank you to Tim from Keep Wales Tidy for the information and session this morning, the children learnt a lot.
More photos and information can be found on the School Eco-committee page.