A Very Busy Half Term at the Primary School

Well, we have had a very busy half term in school and we cannot believe how quickly the time is going!

Year 1 and 2 have thoroughly enjoyed African drumming sessions – they really have created some wonderful music.

Year 4 have visited St Illtyd’s and Years 5 and 6 went to the Story Museum. The children were all very well behaved and a real credit to school.

Years 2 and 3 have both led super assemblies – families of the children are invited to their assemblies and stay afterwards for a cup of tea and biscuit – it is always a very special time.

PC Emma has been into school to talk to parents about Internet safety. Parents of children in our Foundation Phase were also invited into school to work with their children. Many thanks to all who attended.

To raise money for Velindre Hospital, we all wore red to school for the day. This happened to fall on the day it snowed and a super day was had by all. The children and their teachers went onto the field and built snowmen. This was followed by hot chocolate and biscuits in the classrooms!

Parents Evenings were held this week and last week and it was lovely to share with parents and carers how hard their children have been working; parents and carers also had an opportunity to look through their children’s books.

We are looking forward to a restful half term and a wonderful celebration of St David’s day in our Eisteddfod, during the first week back.