If you would like to be a House Captain (ready for Eisteddfod and Sports Day) then prepare a short speech to deliver to KS2 in assembly on Monday.
Rotary Competition speeches update: we have a few more weeks to prepare. The
It's been a busy few weeks!
Please help them polish them up for an oracy assessment over the following few weeks.
We will select 1 winner from the three classes the children who will deliver their speech in the Rotary Club final on 29th March in Thornhill Community Centre at 6pm.
The school top 3 winners of the story competition will also go through to the final.
Friday 22nd February
You may have seen my tweet about our Bring and Buy sale. This will be in aid of The Grand Appeal for Bristol Children's hospital who looked after Mrs Kennard's son and family so well and who will be looking after Mrs Hunt's son.
We've asked the children in Year 5 and 6 to bring in a few items to sell to other children in school and to each other. It was great fun last time and we raised quite a bit of money.
Llangrannog: Thank you to everyone who has paid the deposit for the trip. You will need a new code for ParentPay to continue paying towards the balance. Please subtract the amount you have already paid.
The trip is Monday 29th April - straight after the Easter holidays.
Parents meeting: Tuesday 2nd April 3.30pm in the hall. All welcome.
There is still time for anyone who has recently decided to go to Llangrannog - the more the merrier!
Swimming continues next half term:
Mondays for Mrs Goode and Mrs Charles/Mrs Hunt's classes
Tuesday for Mrs Notley.
Googles are a great idea. £1 for a locker and bring a snack to eat after. You must wear school uniform!
We will be working on our Eisteddfod competition entries over the next two weeks. Bardic poems started next week!
You may have seen my tweets about our beautiful artwork.
March 4th - April 12th
Enterprise Fayre Thursday 11th April 1.30pm in the hall please come along!
When we revamped and changed our curriculum we gave a lot of thought about where to put our fabulous Enterprise topic. So this is it's new home!
This half term before Easter will be science led culminating in our three week Enterprise topic ending with a brilliant Enterprise fayre for pupils and family to attend. During the lead up to the fayre, pupils will use Movie Maker to create adverts (always great fun and hilarious to watch), use Google Forms to find out what the public would be interested in and present their ideas to a Dragon's Den panel.
This topic requires mature teamwork skills and from past experience, regardless of product , the groups who work very well together are the most successful.
Life is all about people!
Happy new year!
Wow, we are really powering through year 6. Last term's achievements showed me how wonderful my class are. I have very high hopes for the next term where I will be looking for the children to start taking serious responsibility for their own progress. We will continue to provide great opportunities to broaden their experiences and provide the platform for them to achieve to their highest potential.
I was extremely happy to see such brilliant attendance last term as this has a direct link to achievement. Let's continue our winning streak with the weekly attendance awards!
Things to look forward to this term: