What a fantastic time the Year 3’s had visiting the Liberty Stadium today. In the morning, the children took part in a healthy eating workshop where they found out lots of important information about different food groups and what types of food professional rugby players eat to keep themselves fit and healthy. After listening carefully to the information, they were challenged to make their own healthy sandwich. They had lots of different ingredients to chose from but they had to pick really carefully to ensure their sandwich had the correct proportion of carbohydrate, protein, dairy and fat as outlined on the ‘Eat Well’ plate. What a brilliant effort boys and girls, your sandwiches looked amazing! I hope you enjoyed eating them.
In the afternoon, the children were given a tour of the stadium. They thoroughly enjoyed this experience and loved having the opportunity to see what it was like to be in the shoes of a professional rugby player, even if it was just for a day!
As part of our Children in Need activities, Mrs Keegan kindly organised a treasure hunt. The nursery children were very excited as they were able to look all around the school for clues. The year 6 children helped the little ones to follow the map and to find the final clue that spelt ‘Pudsey’. Thank you Mr Keegan and year 6, we had a wonderful time.
We have had a successful day at Borfa House. Today we have been to the beach for a treasure hunt, a walk to the Salthouse and an adventure through the woods. It’s been a beautiful day, the children have showered, had tea and are making plans for a pyjama party later on. Continue reading →
Year 5 struck back up their links with Richmond Park Primary School in Carmarthen today and Skyped them for their Welsh Drilling session after lunch. Three of the pupils asked and answered questions in Welsh to help their develop language patterns. Three different pupils will be picked each Tuesday to talk to the other Year 5 class until the end of the Year. Da iawn pawb.
This afternoon has seen us taking part in circus skills, orienteering, creating fire and cooking marshmallows, taking on the dizzy heights of the high ropes, having a party for 4 children who have had their birthdays over the week, and finally dancing the night away at the disco. The children are now all in their rooms for some free time before lights out.
Tomorrow we finish the trip with climbing, archery and skiing. Continue reading →
Year 5 are really enjoying the activities in Llangrannog. We have had a go at tabbboganing, go karting, swimming, team games, a beach walk, horse riding, low ropes, quad biking and trampolining. There’s plenty more to come too! Continue reading →
30 businesses across three Welsh towns – Pwllheli, Swansea and Cowbridge – have placed a sticker featuring the Siarter Iaith mascots, Seren a Sbarc, in their windows. From Monday 30th April until Monday 7th May, we are asking primary school children and their families to seek out these stickers, take a photograph of one or more and share, along with the #SiarterIaith hashtag and their details, via the Cymraeg Facebook and Instragram pages, on Twitter @Cymraeg, or by emailing email@example.com, along with their details and where the stickers were found.
Each entry will go into a final draw where a name will be selected at random. The winner wins their choice of family break kindly provided by Yr Urdd – two nights away at Glan-llyn outdoor activity centre in Bala or Llangrannog activity centre. One child from each town will also receive a runner up prize.