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Sunday, 8 March 2015

Oh, Yes, It's Ladies Night, Thursday 12th March.. 6.30 pm

If you haven't bought your ticket yet you can pay on the door. Tonysguboriau Ladies Night, Thursday 12th March. 6.30- about 10pm! Come and join us.

Friday 13th Comic Relief!

Roll up, roll up, it's show time! Friday 13th March Tonysguboriau children will get the opportunity to tell jokes to an audience of children and staff in the school hall! We all plan to dress up in pyjamas for Red Nose Day and donate £1. If the weather is cold please ensure your child wears something warm ontop/ underneath pyjamas.

Thursday, 5 March 2015

World Book day

Thank you to all of the children for joining in World Book day so enthusiastically with fantastic costumes and for bringing in their favourite stories to share with us in class.
Just a reminder that next Friday is Red Nose day - we are having a pyjama day in school. Please can the children bring a donation that will then be collected to go to the Red nose appeal. Thank you for your continued support.
Mr. Hussey

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

World Book Day

Remember to dress up as a character from a book or film on Thursday 5th of March

Monday, 2 March 2015

Eisteddfod champions!

Congratulations to Trisant who became our 2015 Eisteddfod champions today.
We had a fantastic day and a half of competitions, ending today with certificates, stickers and wristbands for the children's home-school, art and handwriting work. We also had a chairing of the Bard with Aaron chosen for his excellent written work.
The final scores were: Trisant 154, Rhondda 150, Taf 143 and Cynon 97.
A huge well done to all of the children for taking part in probably our best Eisteddfod yet.
Pictured with Mrs Bailey are the Trisant house captains Ben Leaman and Ffion Harris with Aaron Holcombe seated on our Eisteddfod chair.


Reading Evening

Thank you to everyone who came to our Reading Evening this afternoon, below is the link for Oxford Owl where you can find ebook versions of the Oxford Reading Tree stories and activities based on them. Please click here to visit the site (you may need to create a free account).