We would like everyone to wear their trainers during the week beginning Monday 19th March as we will be counting our steps as part of the Billion Steps Challenge. The children will walk every day to see which class can do the most steps. On Thursday 22nd March the children can pay £1 to come […]
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There will be an Easter Bonnet parade for the Foundation Phase children on the morning of Thursday 29th March.
World Book Day will now take place on Friday 23rd March. We request that children come to school dressed as their favourite story book character and bring a book to share with the class. We also request that parents take a photograph of their child reading their book in an interesting place. This can be […]
Here is the booking form for the Early Bird Breakfast Club for the next half term: Early Bird Booking Form Spring 2018
Here is a letter outlining arrangements for the Fruit Tuck Shop for Spring Term 2018. February 13th Breakfast Club-Fruit Tuck shop
Here is a letter advising of actions to be taken in the case of inclement weather during the Winter period. 11th December 2017 Inclement weather
All teacher led after school clubs will be running on Wednesday 21st March, finishing at 4.10pm.
The fruit and vegetable co-op has now started again. Parents are able to order locally grown vegetables from Crickton Farm in Llanrhidian. Orders must be placed by Tuesday 9am for delivery on Wednesday. Orders may be collected at 11.30am or 3.00pm on Wednesdays. Click below to download an order form: veg-order-form-october-2017
PLEASE DO NOT STOP OR DROP OFF CHILDREN ON ZIG-ZAGS AND DOUBLE YELLOW LINES. Rights Respecting Article 19 – The right to be safe and to be kept safe from harm. I am sure you would agree that the right to be kept safe from harm is one of the most important rights for children. […]
The Pupil Deprivation Grant (PDG) is allocated to schools with pupils who come from low-income families and are currently known to be eligible for free school meals (e-FSM) and pupils who have been looked after continuously for more than six months (LAC). Schools are expected to make the best use of this funding to implement […]