Category Archives: AoLE Health and Well-Being

Clwb Rygbi Pontlliw! 🏉

A massive thank you to Technical Care Soultions for delivering our brand new rugby kit today! Their website is Technical Care Solutions are a local business that specialise in providing preventative maintenance, repairs and service for patient lifting and other care equipment.  The children were over the moon with their brand new kit and wore it proudly this afternoon. We are looking forward to turning out in it for our first game on 13th November at Pontlliw Park.

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Rasoi Indian Kitchen

Year five have had an amazing treat when they visited Rasoi this morning! This tied in nicely with our science theme of the digestive system and healthy eating. They got to make 2 different naan breads and a traditional Indian yoghurt based fruit drink called Lassi. The chef and staff judged their creations and the top 3 children won an award. They should have also brought home a free food voucher for children. In addition to the photos below, Rasoi will be publishing photos on their Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as their website.

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Friend or Foe?

Year 4 were visited by PC Parry this morning to talk and learn about friends or foes. They looked at different people and thought about whether they could trust them, or not, and also worked through different scenarios and discussed what would be the best course of action in that situation.

They were brilliant in their discussions, mature with their suggestions and showed just how sensible and aware children I never Pontlliw are – da iawn!


For Nursery and Reception today, we found out what it means to be a friend. We played some circle time games encouraging us to find new, old, or different friends to work with.

We also had fun shouting SHWMAE! and making hats to show how proud we are.

Reception challenged themselves to say ‘Shwmae’ as many times as they could in 20 seconds, and played the ‘Shwmae’ game.

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Fabulous Faces!

Reception have been exploring the features on their faces, we looked at some faces without eyes and mouths, the children decided that we needed both to work out how we feel.

We had some fun creating our own faces using pumpkins and biscuits, yummy!

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