- Children in Need – Reception
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!
- Children in Need Fun!
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 […]
- Year 1: Children in Need
Year 1 loved supporting Children In Need today. Thank you for your generous donations.
- Wearing Spots, Raising Lots.
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.
- Anti Bullying Assembly
Our School Council and Super Ambassadors presented an informative assembly this morning to mark the start of Anti Bullying Week. They have worked hard to promote the importance of anti bullying and PC Parry and PC Hinds also joined us to re-iterate this message. This years theme is ‘All Different. All Equal’ and the children […]
- PC. Parry visit
This term, we are learning more about the ‘real-life superheroes’ that are around us. We’ve started by looking at the role of the police officer. Today, we had a visit from PC. Parry and PC. Hinds, who told us about the job they do and how they help keep us safe. Then, we had the […]
- Foundation Phase Autumn Exploration Day
Today the Foundation Phase children enjoyed lots of hands-on, practical Autumn-themed activities. Unfortunately, the weather was against us, but with some adaptations to the planned activities, the children had a fantastic day, during which they further developed their personal & social and independence skills. The children developed their fine motor skills through making bird feeders, […]
- The Evil Pea causes chaos…
What a traumatic week we have had in Year 1! First of all, the Evil Pea caused havoc in the classroom by sellotaping vegetables and covering them in paint! So we made our very own Supertatoes to rescue the vegetables. Then, our lovely class mascot, Ioan the Sheep, was kidnapped by the Evil Pea! Luckily, […]
- School Council
Our newly appointed school council and Super Ambassadors have had a couple of meetings already and they are very excited about the impact that they can make this year. They have some fantastic ideas and cannot wait to get started! What an enthusiastic group! We are looking forward to seeing what they get up to…
- The B Word
Today the children in Years 2-6 enjoyed watching a production about bullying, called ‘The B Word’. The children watched attentively and thoroughly enjoyed the show. The show was very informative, and covered lots of issues including cyber bullying. The children were also taught about what bullying means, and when they term ‘bullying’ should be used.
Our book is ‘Superkid’ this week and in the story, he encounters some pirates, so we went on our own pirate scavenger hunt on our outdoor day this week. We found cannonballs (conkers!), a parrot’s feather, a captain’s hook (a twig/stick shaped like a hook!) and we even found a plank for people to walk!! We […]
- PC Hinds – Mobile Phones
Today we have been developing our personal and social skills and our rights to safety by discussing the positives and negatives of using mobile phones.
- Year 2s Bioblitz Session
Today the year 2 children had a fantastic morning working outside with Sarah from the RSPB doing a Bioblitz. The children pulled on their wellies and went into the nature reserve to hunt for different animals in the environment. We found lots of creatures, including woodlice, worms, land hoppers and even newts! We recorded our […]