nonuniformday-300x178The Winter Fayre is due to take place on Thursday 17th November.  In preparation for this the PTA are asking families to kindly donate items towards stalls, the raffle and for prizes.

In return Mrs Norman has kindly agreed that the children may have a non-uniform day on Friday 21st October.

We are requesting items such as :-

  • Tins, jars or bottles suitable for the 100 club stall
  • Bottles of beer, wine or pop
  • Items suitable as hook a duck prizes, such as small packets of sweets, stickers or glow sticks
  • Gift sets
  • Good quality second hand items (sorry no books or videos)

Any items you wish to donate can be passed to the Class Teacher.

The PTA would also like to take this opportunity not only like to thank parents who have contributed to past events, but we would also like to thank any extended family, Grandparents and family friends who have also contributed towards the PTA’s fundraising events.  Without your continued support the PTA would not be able to purchase much needed items for the school.

If you have any questions or would like to help out please contact Jane (PTA Chair) via the Class Teacher, School Secretary or email me on

Many thanks

Jane Rees

PTA Chair


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Everybody enjoyed. Roedd pawb wedi mwynhau. Diolch i Mrs Hughes am helpu. (more…)

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