What a successful end to the week with a very tasty Father’s Day breakfast. My other half had to take Thomas to a football tournament so my Dad had that treat. My Mum and Dad both thought everything was lovely – nice table cloths, plenty of tea and coffee, and a well-cooked breakfast. All was nice and calm while we were dining. When I went to help in the kitchen after I could see how hard everyone was working to create that effect. A very big thank you to all who helped, it was such a success – showing a village school at the heart of the Community.
A big thank you to Mr Kevin Weston for accompanying me to the Schools’ Thanksgiving Service in St Asaph Cathedral. It was a lovely Service, and we were presented with a brightly decorated cross as a focus for Worship.
Luckily the weather on Wednesday was just right for sports day. Mrs John had said I would love the sports day in Nannerch, and I did. A round-robin of activities with all the pupils engaged throughout. It was a little bit hectic if you had more than one child to watch, but much better for the children to be active the whole time. I was really impressed with the behaviour of all pupils. I think Nercwys may well follow this example next year. A big thank you to all involved all the staff and helpers.
It was lovely to see so many ex-pupils coming back to help. Well done to Llewelyn on winning the house prize and to Grace and Jack for winning Year 6 Sports Champions. Mr Marc Owen presented them with two very impressive trophies. Year 6 enjoyed the day, but were also feeling a little sad that it was their last sports day in Nannerch School. A big well done to the children who were extremely well behaved throughout.
Key Stage 2 have also worked hard at learning some new songs in preparation for the year 6 Leavers’ Service in St Asaph Cathedral. Year 6 have also had a focus on a Christian Value to take to the Service. They were also given a value stone to treasure at the Cathedral. It was lovely to see Mrs Downes in the Service.Year 6 are getting closer for their move into Secondary School and are being well supported in their Transition.