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Thursday, 23 October 2014

A visit from Specsavers

Today we were visited by staff from Specsavers who presented us with new fluorescent jackets  to keep us safe when we are walking to School. These were presented to us as part of the Road Safety week which is from the 17th to 23rd of November.
Pictured with the ladies from Specsavers are the School Road Safety Team, The School Council and members of Year 1, Reception and Nursery.

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Harvest celebration

On Monday we held a Harvest assembly. Every class performed a song or poem about Harvest in front of the rest of the School. Thank you very much for your support in sending in items of food for the local food bank, as you can see from the picture underneath we were inundated with hundreds of items that will now go to the people in our community who are in need.
A huge thank you also to Jacob James and Lucas James' Dad who provided us with a fantastic harvest loaf. This was so big that there was enough for all of the children and staff to share together!

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Tonysguboriau Costed Annual Plan

Tonysguboriau Spending Plan.

For the past few years, all schools in Wales have been issued with grants to support their funding. These are in the form of the Pupil Deprivation Grant, The Welsh Effectiveness Grant, and the School Effectiveness Grant.

Full details of the spending plans are available from the school's Hwb+ site

Saturday, 27 September 2014

Hwb plus

Hello everyone and welcome back to a new school year. I hope all of the children have settled into their new classes and are having fun learning about their new topics. The children's accounts for the hwb plus page have now been updated. It is the same username and password as they had previously, but they now have access to their new class. If you are unsure please ask your child's teacher and they will have access to everyone's username and password.
Click on this link to go to the hwb plus log in page: https://hwbplus.wales.gov.uk/schools/6742306
 I have had several requests from parents for more information / training on how to use hwb plus and will be running an after school session sometime this half-term when I have a suitable date to do it.
Thank you for your continued support,

Mr. Hussey.

Thursday, 26 June 2014

Hockey team

Congratulaions to both of our School hockey teams on a fantastic performance today at the RCT Commonwealth games tournament.
Our Year 5 team representing Wales finished second in their group with 3 wins and 1 loss.
Our year 5 / 6 team representing South Africa won their group with 4 wins and 1 draw.
For details of the matches, extra photographs of the day and a list of scorers, please go the sports blog page.
 Wales - Tyler, Connor, Kian, Sam, Abigail and Aaron
(All year 5)
South Africa - Jack B, Taylor, Jack P, Cory (year 6), Daniela dn Nia (year 5)

Saturday, 14 June 2014

Fabulous Fete!

Mrs Bailey, the children and staff of Tonysguboriau would like to thank you all for coming along to the Fete today. There was a wonderful atmosphere and we all had a lot of fun. Many, many thanks to the PTA for organising and working so hard

Wednesday, 11 June 2014


Don't forget it's the school summer fete this Saturday (14th) - the forecast is looking good (famous last words), so come and have some fun in the sun.

BBQ, craft stalls, real fire engine and police car, fairground rides, bouncy castle, soak the teacher and lots, lots more, not forgetting of course 'Tonysguboriau's got Talent'.


If you are able to help on the day (setting up, during the fete or clearing up afterwards) - even if only for an hour, please let one of the PTA know - your help would be VERY MUCH appreciated. 

Hope to see you there!