Notes from the Head
This week in July and August
I am delighted that the good weather we enjoyed at the end of term has continued into the summer break, I hope you are able to enjoy some special time with your families. The children have worked hard all year, this is evident in our whole school attendance which this year is 97%. Thank you all for helping the us achieve such an excellent level of attendance.
The children celebrated the end of the school year with their Summer Concert. Thank you to all for supporting the children, we are delighted to announce that the evening raised £250 which will be used to purchase new resources for the teaching of mathematics.
I am pleased to communicate to you the news that Mrs. Emma Robinson our school secretary will return to Ysgol Nannerch in September and will share the secretarial duties with Mrs. Nicky Napper. We are delighted that Emma is keen to return to us and I am sure the whole school community will be delighted to welcome her back.
I would also like to thank Mrs Nicky Telfor who stepped in to support us during Mrs. Robinson's absence.
The Church is holding a photography competition the theme of which is ' Nannerch Village Life'. Entry fee is £5. The categories are;
The competition closes on September 22nd with an exhibition of enteries at the Autumn Fair in the Memorial Hall on Saturday 27th September.
Entries labelled with name, age, title may be handed to:
Cath Yeardley - 24 Bryn Celyn or Lindsay Wilding- Beck Cottage
Thank you to our families, the community and Governors for their continued support of Ysgol Nannerch, I hope you all enjoy special and happy times with your children over the summer break. I look forward to hearing all your holiday news in September. School re-opens on September 3rd.
This week in July and August
13th July 2014
It was an exciting week for Year 6 as they joined with pupils from Cilcain and Lixwm on their joint residential visit to Cardiff last week. We stayed in The Urdd Centre which is situated in a prime location next to the Senedd in Cardiff Bay. The children enjoyed a range of activities which included visiting the Senedd and chatting with Sandy Mewies, our Delyn assembly member, they also enjoyed a trip to the Dr Who Experience and the National Museum the general favourite was a tour of the inspiring Millennium Stadium.
The Library has given details of this years Summer Reading Challenge, 'Mythical Maze'. The Summer Reading Challenge takes place every year during the summer holidays. The children are challenged to read six library books of their choice, collecting stickers and other rewards along the way.
See the Summer Reading Challenge website: www.mythical-maze.org.uk for more details.
This week the children from Years 1-6 will perform in the 'Summer Concert' which will be held on Tuesday 15th July at 6.30pm. The tickets will be available on the door.
On Thursday at 2pm the children will attend the annual Year 6 Leavers Concert, which takes place at St Michael & All Angels church in Nannerch. Parents of Year 6 pupils are invited to hear the children celebrate and share their memories of primary school as they leave us in Nannerch to begin Year 7 in their new secondary schools.
On Tuesday morning the Year 6 will play a friendly Tag Rugby Tournament with Cilcain and Brynford. This will be held at Ysgol Brynford.
On the morning of Wednesday 16th July the SHED Theatre Company will visit the Year 5 & 6 pupils to engage them in a PSHE related show and workshop.
The School will close for the summer on Friday 18th July which will be a non-uniform day.
This week in July
8th July 2014
The Years 5 & 6 enjoyed playing in the rounders tournament which was held at the Alun School on Monday. Although they didn't win they all played well. Our final sporting event of the school year will be a rugby tournament held at Brynford on 15th July in the morning playing against Brynford and Cilcain. All the Years 5&6 will attend.
A changeable week with the weather this week, however it was fairly dry for Forest school. The Year 1 & 2 were keen to share with me their creatures made from 'found' materials. I was also impressed with their picture of me made from leaves and pine cones.
The children in Years 2-6 were very excited at this week's 'wet playtime' as they were able to play with their new Lego. The kits went down very well indeed!
The children were busy preparing for their summer Concert this week. The Concert will be held on Tuesday 15th July at 6.30pm. The children will perform a selection of their Eisteddfod pieces. It will be a great opportunity to share the children’s musical talents and hear their singing and Welsh recitation. In addition The Year 5 & 6 will share their 'Learning Journey' during their recent Bardsey topic.
Next week Year 6 will be out of school from Monday to Wednesday as they join with Cilcain and Lixwm on their joint residential visit to Cardiff. This exciting trip will include a tour of the Millennium Stadium, The Senedd, and a visit to the Dr Who Exhibition!
Please note due to industrial action the School will be closed on Thursday 10th July.