Thank you to PC Parry for sharing advice on keeping us safe in our environment as we grow up. We discussed the importance of making the right decisions and choices and to resist peer pressure.
A huge congratulations to the Year 6 enterprise club ‘Attitude’ who got through to the regional finals held today in Blaenavon. Throughout the day Joe, Poppy and Carys got the opportunity to speak to a number of judges about their work and take part in some exciting workshops. The judges were really impressed with all their hard work and believed they definitely had the right ‘attitude!’ Llongyfarchiadau pawb!
Come on down to Castle Garden today to support our Entrepenure finalists. They have a stall near MacDonalds, along with 28 other Primary Schools in Swansea and are awaiting your custom.
Diolch yn fawr to our Criw Cymraeg for leading assembly today for KS2. They played a welsh version of “Take Me Out” where contestants had to impress with their welsh answers to earn a date at the end of the game. Da iawn pawb!
This morning year 6 pupils were paid a visit by year 10 Pontardullais Comprehensive to share information in preparation for transition to comp. Continue reading
Congratulations to our Road Safety Team of 2018. They came 6th and did us proud. Continue reading
As a rich task this week pupils were given the challenge to play a variety of board games, collect data on favourite board games and analyse the date once they’d drawn their bar graphs and created graphs on HWB. Pupils then drew their own snakes and ladders on the yard and played the ganes with their peers. This week they will design and create their games with a Space twist on a traditional board game. Continue reading
Good Luck to our Road Safety Team who are competing today at Llantrisant Fire Safety Headquarters, representing Swansea in an all Wales Competition.
Some of our School Council representatives recently attended a pupil voice forum at Cefn Hengoed Comprehensive School. The children had the opportunity to meet with pupils from other schools in Swansea, as well as representatives from various different organisations. The children listened to a variety of presentations and also had the chance to give their view about proposed changes to the structure of the Ethnic Minority Achievement Unit (EMAU).
Tonight our Criw Cymraeg presented to our Governors regarding our progress to date for our Siarter Iaith. Diolch, Gaithersburg Gwych. Continue reading