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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.

Saturday, 10 March 2018

Welsh Club


We enjoyed making 'Sul Y Mamau' cards in Welsh club on Thursday.

We also learned a new song that we will be performing in assembly next week!

If your child is interested in attending Welsh club, please ask Miss Richards for a letter or write a letter with your consent for them to attend until 4.20pm every Thursday after school. 

Here are some pictures!😀



Tuesday, 6 March 2018

Year 4 assembly

Year 4 parents are invited to a special creative assembly on Monday 12th March at 9:00 where Year 4 pupils will be telling us all about the fantastic creative work they have been doing as part of the Creative Lead school project.

Brekwast Eisteddfod

Our "Brekwast Eisteddfod" is on Thursday 8th March where you can drop in between 9 and 10.30 to see our Eisteddfod winners and enjoy some light refreshments. £2.00 entry fee payable on the door.

A list of performers is below:


·      Junior Cyd adrodd – Rhondda

·      Reception solo – Maya Islam

·      Nursery solo – Philippa Arnold

·      Reception country dancing – Trisant

·      Violin – Seren Kitaba-Davies

·      1+2 solos winner Evan Rees

·      FP choir – Trisant

·      Recorder – Kate Gibson

·      FP Cyd Adrodd – Cynon

·      Cello – Sophie Powell

·      3+4 country dancing – Taf

·      5+6 solo winner – Gabriela Carter

·      Junior choir – Rhondda

·      3+4 solo – Sophie Powell

·      Trombone – Matthew Hussey

·      1+2 country dancing – Taf

·      Guitar – Shekinah Estacio

·      Piano – Dylan Vite

·      5+6 country dancing – Rhondda

·      Disco dancing - Trisant

Sunday, 4 March 2018

Monday 5th March School is Open

  • School will be open as normal from Monday 5th March.
  • Please access all areas on site with caution. We will do our best to make the main walkways of the site safe.
  • We ask that only people with pre-arranged permissions use the school car park.
  • Parents who use the "Playworks" facility should check with "Playworks" whether they are running the morning club.
  • Thank you for your patience with the school closure from last week..
  • Please remember we will be celebrating World Book Day on Tuesday 6th March by dressing up as a character from one of this year's chosen books (details have been sent home and more information can be found on the World Book Day website) and children may bring into school their favourite book.
  • We also have out "Brekwast Eisteddfod" Thursday 8th March where you can drop in between 9 and 10.30 to see our Eisteddfod winners and enjoy some light refreshments.
  • Check your dates for Parent meetings the week of 12th March. This is a wonderful opportunity to have a look at what your child is achieving in school and to talk on a one to one basis with the class teacher about their progress.
  • Please contact me in school if you have any questions.
  • Many thanks.
  • Mrs Bailey
  • Headteacher.