Today our two Year 5 pupils will receive training for their important role as sports ambassadors. They will be trained in writing an action plan, leading warm up games and will be given advice and guidance on how to promote Pontlliw to be an even healthier school.
We had a fun morning in nursery today supporting Children in Need. We all wore our comfy pyjamas or something spotty. The children were able to buy toast and cakes and all the money raised will help to support less fortunate children. Thank you for all your kind donations.
What a great day we all had.
Reception dressed the part and had fun making masks, counting spots and creating fantastic Pudsey pictures.
All for a very good cause!
We were all so busy, they should be tired teddy bears tonight!
Wow, what a wonderful day!
Pontlliw Primary did themselves proud, we pulled out all the stops (and spots).
The morning was full of busy entrepreneurs willing to give their hard earned cash to a worthwhile cause.
The whole school enjoyed purchasing toast and cakes, and even had some stalls with face painting, crayons and candles to buy.
Pontlliw swapped their blue jumpers for PJ’s, spots and Children in Need T-shirts to support other children in Britain.
So far the school have raised a fantastic total of £460 with some small amounts being brought to us next week.
CONGRATULATIONS Pontlliw, you have helped to change some lives.
Look out for our name on the show tonight
We have had a fantastic day in Year 3 taking part in lots of different Pudsey activities. Thank you for your support and donations!!
Year 1 loved supporting Children In Need today. Thank you for your generous donations.
To end anti-bullying week, we have celebrated our differences in Year 5 and realise we are all special in different ways.
Congratulations to our stars this week
Pontlliw School have had a fantastic morning celebrating Children in Need. Pupils and staff were a wonderful sight to see in our achievers assembly. The children are now looking forward to the toast and cake sell. Thank you all for your donations.
We have learnt how to create an opening paragraph for a Newspaper, using Pie Corbett’s Talk4Writing approach in Year 5. With a combination of pictures and actions, it helps children remember all the required features to improve their writing!
The drawings are on our class Hwb page, so they can perform it for you at home.