Notes from the Head

Review of the week: 21st May 2017

It has been a very sad week for us all as we align ourselves with the events in Manchester which have affected so many people with whom we have close links.  Mrs John sensitively approached the subject of how we can deal with such sorrow during a lovely ‘child friendly’ assembly on Wednesday.  During which the importance of thinking positive thoughts and remembering happy moments is so important as we build our capacity and resilience to deal with challenging times. 

We have heard a great deal in the press this week about the importance of values, and how these are so crucial to our behaviours and sense of identity. This has been very relevant to our current work here in school as we explore the children's sense of self through their current topic.

 

The Year 5 & 6 have been thinking about the values which are important to them, almost every child recognised family life as a really important value.  Hence the homework over half term is an activity which we hope will involve family and friends.  The children have been asked to create a heart which will expand as each person adds their own decorative layer.  We hope you enjoy this activity and look forward to seeing your hearts.

We were so fortunate to end our week with a visit from the Flintshire String Quartet; our violin teacher Mr Steve Rushforth led an inspiring workshop which had us all completely enthralled. We had to memorise and follow rhythms, sing and follow notes and the children also had the opportunity to play a piece of music together. 

Mrs Downes

Headteacher

Dates for your diary

5th June – Return to school

8th June – Bags 2 school (please bring your unwanted clothes to school for 9am)

Tuesday 6th June at 5.30 – 'Puberty for Parents' Evening

Wednesday 7th June – Sports Day

Tuesday 20th June –  Whole School Numeracy PE Challenge 
Monday 26th June – ‘How to be a kid’ theatre workshop for Juniors

Tuesday 4th July - Reception, Year 1 & 2 - Jambori

3rd to 5th July – Cardiff Year 6

19th July - Leavers Service

20th July- Children finish for summer

21st July- Training day

* newly added dates

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Mrs Pierce & Mrs Downes Class: Gwydion

We were all keen to rise to the challenge in maths this week as we looked at the procedure and process for solving equations.  We used the mnemonic ‘BIDMAS’ to help us.  Once we had used our reasoning and number skills to solve the problems we then had to write out the procedure for another child to show how we understood.  It was so challenging, we really enjoyed the activities and had lots of fun!

 

We have continued to look at writing narratives, and this week we have worked on our own biography and also used a real life simple conversation to stimulate the beginning of our fiction writing.  It has been good to think about using vivid descriptions to make our writing exciting.

 

This week we watched a short clip about Values, Beliefs and Attitudes.  We thought about our own values and beliefs and how these affect our behaviours.  This helped us as we thought about the behaviour we display around school.  We are writing a behaviour policy which we are really enjoying.  On Thursday we shared what we are doing with the rest of the school.

 

When we saw the musicians arrive on Friday afternoon it was so exciting.  They were really amazing!  

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Miss Robert’s Class: Owain

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Mrs John's class: Branwen

We have enjoyed the sunshine this week, making God's eyes in Forest School and practicing for sports day.
Pupils have written the beginning of their stories, all of which have been edited by the pupils themselves and are ready to continue their creative writing after half term. 


In Numeracy this week Mrs Downes came to watch our lesson. We had to get into our talking partners to discuss new symbols > <. Pupils discussed their thoughts and Orla was correct in thinking it was more than and less than! We then worked together, choosing who was to be the grocer and customer. Pupils had to weigh fruit and vegetables and use a chart to work out the price based on more than and less than using grams.


At the end of the activity pupils added up the total cost. Reception were asked to use balance scales for weighing their fruit and vegetables and they were finding different combinations of fruit which balanced. Da iawn pawb!


The week finished with Flintshire orchestra performing to the whole school. This was joyful and pupils enjoyed participating in a variety of ways! A real treat for the end of term.

Enjoy the family homework task which has been set and enjoy half term. 

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Review of the week: 21st May 2017

I would like to start this week with a big thank you to our community here in Nannerch.  We are so fortunate to have so many people willing to support and give their time to the school and our children.   Croeso Pawb and the Friday football session were both perfect examples of this.  However thanks also to those of the community who help keep our school environment safe, clean and in good condition this includes members of both the Sports and Community Councils.

 

Thank you especially this week to the Mother’s Union, Mr Wright and Mrs Selwyn for everything they did to make our Pentecost celebration so wonderful.  The church looked beautiful and with the different ‘stations’ created a perfect background for the children to explore the meaning of Pentecost.  Also the short service back in school provided a great opportunity for members of our school community to celebrate and enjoy being together.  The event was made complete with birthday cake and bubbles and a little bit of Nannerch sunshine too!

 

Later on in the afternoon the children took part in a mini football tournament.  Thank you so much to Mr Tony Doyle and Marc Owens for organising all the Friday coaching sessions, and to the PTA for providing the trophies, the children have been so enthusiastic about the football sessions and have thoroughly enjoyed taking part.

 

We are pleased to welcome back into our school team after a long absence Ms Emma Deeley. Emma is keen to resume her role as secretary and will be available in the office on Tuesdays and Thursdays each week.  I would also like to take this opportunity to thank Mrs Nicky Napper for doing such a wonderful job in Emma’s absence.  Nicky has a new post at Rhos Helyg and we wish her the very best of wishes as she continues her career.

 

This term we have begun our programme of Sex & Relationships Education (SRE), the Welsh Government recommends that all primary schools have a graduated, age-appropriate approach to SRE, which helps pupils to move with confidence from childhood through adolescence and into adulthood. 

 

As a school we believe in creating a strong links between home and school. It is with this in mind that we are offering parents an opportunity to find out more about the content of their child’s SRE curriculum.  The first week back after half term on June 6th at 5.30pm we will be inviting parents to school for a ‘Puberty for Parents’ evening where we will share and explain how the content of the SRE curriculum is taught from Year 2 through to Year 6.   The event will be for parents/carers only.

Mrs Downes

Headteacher

Dates for your diary

3rd - 10th May - Welsh National Test Period for Years 2-6 

Every Thursday- Foundation Phase Playtime Running Challenge 

Every Friday- Junior Playtime Running Challenge 

3rd & 17th May -  Year 5 & 6 Cricket Club 1-2pm

10th & 24th May - Years 3&4 Cricket Club 1-2pm

Tue 16th May – Teacher from the Alun School in to meet with Year 6

16th May - Music Service Parents Eve at Theatre Clwyd 6pm-7pm

Friday 19th May - Pentecost celebration

Wednesday 24th May – Tempest in to take Year 6 leavers photo

Wednesday 24th at 2pm- Cricket for Years 3, 4, 5 & 6 

26th May – School closes for half term

5th June – Return to school

Tuesday 6th June at 5.30 – 'Puberty for Parents' Evening

Wednesday 7th June – Sports Day

Tuesday 20th June –  Whole School Numeracy PE Challenge 
Monday 26th June – ‘How to be a kid’ theatre workshop for Juniors

Tuesday 4th July - Reception, Year 1 & 2 - Jambori

3rd to 5th July – Cardiff Year 6

19th July - Leavers Service

20th July- Children finish for summer

21st July- Training day

* newly added dates

Mrs Pierce & Mrs Downes Class: Gwydion

This week Dan from Playmakers came in to teach us some new games to try out.  We really enjoyed the new games and we intend to look at how we can bring them into our playtime.  We also had a great time during our cricket coaching session.  Next week is the final session and we are looking forward to having a mini tournament.

 

We asked the question this week ‘Why should I be good?’ It made for a really good discussion.  We watched a film about a boy who finds an ‘invisibility’ ring and wondered what we would do if we had found this ring.  We realised we could do good things and bad things too!  In the end most of us said that we would try to help other people…although we did also like the idea of playing tricks.  We are using our ideas to work together to write a child friendly School Behaviour Policy.

 

We have begun to find out more about the changes that are happening to us as we go through puberty.  We had lots of giggles and enjoyed playing a game called ‘Are you a stinker!’  We have an exercise book for our PHSE that we have been asked to cover for homework.  It can be covered however we wish, and will be used to put all our work in.

 

In Welsh we have been writing book reviews.  We used some sequencing cards to learn new vocabulary and sentence patterns.  We are keen to use our Welsh in class.

 

On Friday we looked at writing a story based on a real conversation in our own lives.  We looked at how every detail from the conversation can be explored to develop detail in our writing.  We thought about the setting, characters and events.  We looked at how the writer of the stories about ‘My Naughty Little Sister’ used everyday events to create her stories.

 

On Friday we found out about the meaning of Pentecost, we enjoyed working in the church thinking about the choices we make and how we can give to our communities.  It was fun having birthday cake to celebrate the birthday of the Christian church and blowing our prayerful bubbles.

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Miss Robert’s Class: Owain

Peter and Evelyn have written this week’s blog.

In Language we firstly had to create a character in order to write a biography all about their life. We had to include big events in their lives, why they are famous and what they will be remembered for. We made a plan, wrote a draft and then we edited it, when we were happy we rewrote our final copy.

 

In maths we have looked at negative numbers and then were able to add and subtract using negative numbers. We used a number which made it much easier to do. We soon got the hang of it! We have also looked at money, we worked out how much change you would get, we added up totals and solved some money word problems, asking the question, “Can I afford it?”

 

In Topic did a task call ‘Figure me out.’ Mrs Daly took our photo and we then stuck it in our books put different coloured squares around the picture. We had to create different headings on each square to give information about ourselves. Some of the headings we used were- how many brothers do I have? Or What is my shoe size? Then we created a number sentence in which the total answered the question! We had to use adding, taking away, dividing and multiplying, e.g. 8 ÷ 4= 2

 

In this week’s episode of Y Pod Antur we watched ‘Sypries’. The girl in the clip played a trick on the boy and made out she wasn’t very good at football at all! At the end we find out she is really good and plays football every weekend.

 

We have been very active again and in our Moving Magical Me challenge lots of us can already feel ourselves getting better. In P.E had a go at the triple jump! This is a tricky jump, but Miss Roberts broke it down for us and we were all able to do a hop, skip and then a jump by the end! 

 

We went to the church to celebrate the Pentecost with Mr. and Mrs Wright, the ladies from the WI and also Mrs Selwyn. There were lots of different stations to go around and do different activities. We lit candles, had quiet moments and thought about what Jesus had done for us. We wrote a prayer on bunting. On one station we had to say lovely things about others. We also made doves to go on a tree.

 

We read chapter three of our class book ‘Bill’s New Frock.’ This time it was Art class and Bill’s class had to paint him in his pink frock. We would both like a copy of the book at home!

 

In Forest school we made dream catchers using twigs, wool and string.  A small group decided they wanted to draw their dream catcher first. We had feathers to put on them. Some of us made models too.

 

This week we have homework which is due on Wednesday. We are going to use our homework to help us in our lesson.

 

Our new spellings will go home on Monday. 

Also some of us still need to complete our My Maths homework!

 

Next Wednesday is the final cricket session. As a treat the whole of KS2 will be joining in so we need our PE kit.

 

Thanks for reading our blog, Evelyn and Peter. 

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Mrs John's class: Branwen

We have had a lot of fun this week undertaking a challenge to get our 2 boats to treasure island with certain rules! We really enjoyed problem solving and trying different methods to succeed. This was a lovely opportunity to show pupils how we don't always succeed straight away and we may need to try something many times before we accomplish a new skill. This is all part of our growth mindset work we are developing. 


We are learning how to make God's Eyes in Forest School and these look really pretty. It was very wet in Forest School and we were glad of our waterproofs!


In Numeracy we were set on a challenge with Noah's Ark animals. 12 legs went by and Noah needed to know how many different combinations of animals it could have been. Da yawn Pawb, some super thinking!


In Literacy we have started our Talk for Writing using a class book Nora. Nora is a greedy guts and eats absolutely everything. It is very funny and we have enjoyed writing story maps and next week we will begin writing our stories. 


Croeso Pawb was wonderful in Church. Pupils explored 7 different stations in which they shared and listened to stories, lit candles, reflected, thought about how we would make the world a better place and share compassion towards our friends. The end of the day finished off with a service led by the juniors, blowing bubbles outside and eating cake. I can't think of a better way to end the week!

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Review of the week: 14th May 2017

Another week gone by and how they are flying as the summer term unfolds.  The new topic is being embraced throughout the school and it is a treat to hear of how the Foundation Phase children are totally hooked into their class book the Magic Faraway Tree.  This was one of my favourites as a child; I loved escaping into the fantasy of different lands found at the top of the tree.  So it was with delight that I found the children in Mrs John’s class this week creating a puppet show of the story and its characters.

There is something very appealing about trees, the world of nature does seem to have a calming effect on us.  This week my class were inspired by an image of a tree as they explored what they thought Jesus may have meant when he explained himself as ‘the vine’.  As always the children’s ability to think ‘outside the box’ took me aback.  Their thoughts were so full of wisdom and they seemed to take hold of the ideas behind the words so readily.  They were soon sharing their thoughts and were keen to create a display which they all worked together to produce and will be sharing with the whole school.  In their display the fruit of the vine are the positive values which make us feel connected to each other: such as kindness, peace and caring.

Of course we also know there are many other feelings we deal with such as anger and frustration and we thought about how these feelings can affect our thinking if we keep hold of them for too long.  We are all working to understand more about how we can change our mindset.  

On Friday 19th May we will be celebrating Pentecost in our ‘Croeso Pawb’.  We will visit the church in which there will be a number of displays created for us by the Mothers Union.  After exploring these we will return to school for a short service of which parents/families  are welcome to join at 2.30pm with a chance to meet after for a coffee and cake at 3pm.  

Mrs Downes

Headteacher

Dates for your diary

3rd - 10th May - Welsh National Test Period for Years 2-6 

Every Thursday- Foundation Phase Playtime Running Challenge 

Every Friday- Junior Playtime Running Challenge 

3rd & 17th May -  Year 5 & 6 Cricket Club 1-2pm

10th & 24th May - Years 3&4 Cricket Club 1-2pm

Tue 16th May – Teacher from the Alun School in to meet with Year 6

16th May - Music Service Parents Eve at Theatre Clwyd 6pm-7pm

Friday 19th May - Pentecost celebration

Wednesday 24th May – Tempest in to take Year 6 leavers photo 

26th May – School closes for half term

5th June – Return to school

Wednesday 7th June – Sports Day

Tuesday 20th June –  Whole School Numeracy PE Challenge 
Monday 26th June – ‘How to be a kid’ theatre workshop for Juniors

Tuesday 4th July - Reception, Year 1 & 2 - Jambori

3rd to 5th July – Cardiff Year 6

19th July - Leavers Service

20th July- Children finish for summer

21st July- Training day

* newly added dates

Mrs Pierce & Mrs Downes Class: Gwydion

We had both our maths tests this week, they were ok but we are glad they are over now.  In Science we sorted foods according to which had the highest amounts of carbohydrates, proteins, fats.  It was interesting to find out about what we eat and how balanced our diets are.


We are starting to think about story writing and in guided reading we looked at a picture and had to describe what was happening in it. For homework we have been asked to write down a conversation we have over the weekend.  Most of us are looking forward to this homework!  We will use it in class to look at how dialogue is used in a story.


We were all challenged in Welsh as we had to work out the vocabulary which we would need to discuss books.  Even Mrs Downes was struggling but we helped her in the end.


We spent time thinking about Jesus and what he said.  We made a display together to explain what he meant when he said ‘I am the vine and my father the gardener’.  We really enjoyed drawing in our happiness books as we thought what this meant…it was very relaxing.  We also enjoyed having Shabbot on Friday, we love the grape juice!

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Miss Robert’s Class: Owain

It’s Will and Bronwyn here this week with the blog. 

 

In forest school this week we played two games with a difference... We had to use a lot of Welsh!

First game was with Miss Roberts. We had to close our eyes and someone would hide a hat. Dim pipio!  We had to try and find it and then ask questions in Welsh, like is it behind the tree?

Second game was with Mrs Daly. We had to measure out 7 metres and mark out a metre at a time. We then took it in turns to throw a quote and say how many meters we had thrown it and what colour we had landed on.

Mrs Daly then set us a challenge, could we throw the quote 3 metres and land on a green marker and then we had to throw it 7 metres. It was harder than we thought it would be! Some of us managed to land our quote in the tree.

 

In Maths we have looked at Venn diagrams and we completed some function machines. This is when you have to start with one number and do 2 different things to the number to find the number which comes out of the machine. It was mainly adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.

Today, Motty the MOTD mascot arrived in school! He looks very cool!

 

In Language we have looked at biographies and autobiographies. We looked carefully at them and decided what we would need to include in our own. Some of the features which we decided on were to include a date of birth, where a person is from and information about jobs which they have had.

In Topic we have looked at healthy eating and keeping fit.

 

In guided reading we have answered some questions about our new class book ‘Bill’s new frock’ and we have read another chapter.

 

Rob from the cricket club came to see us again on Wednesday and taught us how to aim a ball, bat and field when we are playing cricket. We are all really enjoying it.

On Friday the weather was a bit miserable, but we all managed to complete our Moving Magical me challenge. In the afternoon, we had P.E. indoors. We did some gymnastics and each went on the gymnastics framework. That’s always good fun.

 

This week we have My Maths homework to complete and new spellings to learn.

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Mrs John's class: Branwen

We have enjoyed more of our class book The Magic Faraway Tree. Emma came in on Tuesday suggesting we put on a puppet show of the Magic Faraway Tree. Her class peers were very excited at the prospect and so they worked together to make puppet characters from the story and props for the play. They made all the characters a cloud which swung from the trees made tickets for their audience. The audience were very quick to offer constructive feedback and the outcome meant a 'script' was to be written. Rosie and Alfie supported this and the the puppet show was performed the following day. This is what I love about Foundation Phase, the opportunities for the pupils are endless and more often than not

are child initiated.

Pupils have worked together in their 'Talking Partners' to decide what was the most and least important ways to stay healthy. Pupils were all deciding different things, however, they all seemed to agree on having water, healthy food and exercise was the most important. Pupils mostly decided that fizzy drinks were the least important. Playing came high on the list too and the reason being that children moved and kept healthy whilst they played - da iawn

pawb. 

Nursery have been creating self portraits this week and have measured themselves using string. These are up on display and look fabulous!

P.E this week has been Numeracy focused with complex scoring for Years 1 and 2 and sorting for Nursery and Reception.

 

I hope you are all enjoying the Picasso homework, this is due in next week. I have provided pupils with their HWB login and passwords. This is so they can access the HWB learning platform which pupils are using in school. If you have any problems with the login please come and see me.

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Review of the week: 7th May 2017

Despite starting two weeks of the Welsh National Tests, the sun has been shining which certainly has helped us all feel happy. The children coped well with the tests, just a couple to sit next week and they will be over.  


The sunshine made this a perfect week to begin and take up our running challenge.  Well done to everyone for trying their best, we will soon have our ‘miles’ clocked up, we have calculated that 7/8 laps of the school field is a mile.  We'll have to see if we can spot the difference in the children's...and staff's running skills on sports day!.  

This week was a themed school lunch, we all loved seeing Scott our school chef in his Smurf outfit on Thursday; I think maybe he ought to think about sporting a bright blue Smurf suit more often!

The children are all looking very smart in their uniforms and are doing well to get to school on time.  The morning atmosphere is so calm in school, having the children here keen and ready for their school day really does make a difference, so a big thank you to all our parents and carers for making sure the children are in a morning routine!

We have a special ‘Croeso Pawb’ arranged to celebrate Pentecost, a celebration of the ‘birthday’ of the Christian Church.  This will be held on Friday 19th May and will involve our Mothers Union creating a number of interactive ‘prayer stations’ in St Michael's church.  The children will visit these during the day and a short celebration will be held in school at 2.30pm just before the end of the school day. Parents, carers and other family members are welcome to join us for this.  

Mrs Downes

Headteacher

Dates for your diary

3rd - 10th May - Welsh National Test Period for Years 2-6 

Every Thursday- Foundation Phase Playtime Running Challenge 

Every Friday- Junior Playtime Running Challenge 

3rd & 17th May -  Year 5 & 6 Cricket Club 1-2pm

Friday 19th May - Pentecost celebration

10th & 24th May - Years 3&4 Cricket Club 1-2pm

16th May - Music Service Parents Eve at Theatre Clwyd 6pm-7pm

26th May – School closes for half term

5th June – Return to school

Wednesday 7th June – Sports Day

Tuesday 4th July - Reception, Year 1 & 2 - Jambori

3rd to 5th July – Cardiff Year 6

20th July- Children finish for summer

21st July- Training day

* newly added dates

Mrs Pierce & Mrs Downes Class: Gwydion

We started our tests this week, so far in Year 5 & 6 we have had our reading test they weren’t too bad.  Following the test, Rob from Halkyn Cricket Club came in to teach us some fielding and catching skills.  

In Science we used our homework to highlight on a food pyramid chart whether our diet had been balanced over the days we had recorded.  We looked at the carbohydrates, fats, vegetables, minerals and proteins we had eaten.  This week's homework is asking us to look for information on food labels.
In maths this week we practised multiplying and dividing whole numbers by 10 100 and 1000.

On Thursday we read the story of Gruesome Gertrude, who has a really messy bedroom…it is so messy that eventually all the grime in her room turns into a monster and eats her!  We looked at the features of this story such as how to use dialogue, build tension and what is meant by ‘vivid details’ and a ‘reflective ending’. We then taught each other what these features are and how they can be used in our own stories.

We realised that Gertrude is an exaggerated character; we thought about ourselves, what we are good at and what we would like to be good at and wrote a set of exaggerated boasts. 

We played word bingo to revise the welsh vocabulary we can use when talking about books.  We are now ready to begin to add language patterns so that we can add information about the books we are reading and our favourite authors and character to the conversations we hold in Welsh

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Miss Robert’s Class: Owain

Gracie G and |Finlay have written this week’s blog:

 

We have had a bit of a different week this week. 

 

We have done a couple of our tests this week, which weren’t too bad!

 

In Topic we have been thinking about our lives so far! We made a timeline of our lives, starting from when we were born. We added important events that have happened up until now. One of Finlay’s important events was when his sister Iris was born and for Grace it was when her nephew Jake was born.

 

In Art we were introduced to a new artist, Arcimboldo! He creates faces out of fruit and vegetables! We designed our own fruit face which we all enjoyed!

 

In Welsh we have been recapping ‘the weather’. In this week’s episode of Y Pod-antur was all about hats. We were learning how to describe where the hats (and other things) were. We drew pictures of objects with things on, behind, under each other and wrote sentences in Welsh to use out new words. .

 

In R.E we looked again at the parable of the Good Samaritan and what makes a good friend.

 

P.E was outside in the lovely sunshine. We had a tennis lesson on the court. We concentrated on ball control working in pairs, we had to try and pass the ball without it going on to the floor. This was harder that we thought!  

 

This week we all have new spellings and homework which is about ourselves!! It is due in on Wednesday next week. 

Mrs John's class: Branwen

This week the weather has been wonderful and we have enjoyed being outside. We began our running club this week and Sam was able to run a mile in his first playtime! He made it look effortless and lapped Mrs John and Mrs Downes! Well done to all of you for your enthusiasm and determination. Each week we will be trying to better ourselves and run that little bit further. We finished our Gymnastics topic this week and pupils loved using the large apparatus to apply their new body schooling skills. Pupils were focusing on strength, climbing, balance and control. Games begin next week and pupils will need their full P.E kit including their

trainers please.

Year 2 have been put through their paces in the Welsh National Tests, we only have 1 more to do - yippee! Well done, Mrs John is so proud of you all for your hard work and huge amounts of concentration. We have continued to look at the work of Pablo Picasso and pupils have painted their faces being as creative and imaginative as they like. Homework is to continue this work using magazines and pictures of faces. 

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We enjoyed Forest School reading Superworm and we then went worm charming on the school field. We charmed many worms, all different shapes and sizes and found dancing to be the best method of charming! 

We have begun our class treat reading The Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton - gosh what an adventure! Pupils clapped after the first chapter Mrs John read! We are all absolutely hooked and can't wait to find out where the adventure takes old Moon Face and Saucepan man and friends! 

Athletics Club was a huge success and was a lot of fun learning new skills, throwing shot-put, javelin, discus and running with batons. Miss Roberts is leading the club next week with the focus being jumping. 

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A request from Nannerch Community Council

 

 

The passing place on School Lane is being used as a parking space by some people. This is making it difficult for cars to get through when a car is coming from the opposite direction.

 

Please be considerate when visiting school and mindful of the health and safety of our school members and local residents.

There is disabled parking at the school with a safe drop off zone. For additional support please contact in advance of your visit

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