Once again we have welcomed visitors to our school grounds!
It appears that a swarm of buff-tailed bumblebees have decided to pay our meadow a visit. They won't mind you saying hello from a distance and they'll help our flowers flourish.
We're back together!
We had an incredible start to our Friday - the whole school got together for the first time in over two years! Another exciting aspect about this morning's gathering was the fact that it was a celebration assembly (another first in over two years!). The children and staff had a whale of a time celebrating the return of our Stars of the Week celebration. A special mention was given to Beth Rees, who won the diocesan Easter Card competition and Summer Braine, who had multiple show jumping 1st places at the David Broome Event Centre during the Easter holidays.
It was also an opportunity for us to formally introduce Cwtch Derbyn to the rest of the school - they behaved and performed impeccably. The singing and dancing to bring the celebration to a close was outstanding and it was the perfect start to a Bank Holiday weekend.
Here are this week's stars:
Check out the photos below...
Joe (Cwtch 5) has spent the first warm weekend of the year thinking of someone very special. Whilst sending cards and buying gifts is a very important tradition on Mothering Sunday, he wanted to go one step further. It's our pleasure to share this photo of him demonstrating strength, hard work and determination whilst getting the family garden ready to lay some additional lawn. His plan was to get as much done as possible in time for Mothers' Day. Fantastic work, Joe!
Teulu'r Dderwen understand the importance of effective report writing. They've been working together to investigate the truth about the 3 Little Pigs!
Christmas Concert 2021
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A message from Lloyd's mum:
Lloyd's “Bampa” has diabetes and has recently needed to undergo surgery due to the effects of diabetes. I started fundraising by completing a swimming challenge https://swim22.diabetes.org.uk/ where you swim the distance of the English Channel (22 miles) in 12 weeks. Lloyd asked if he could join me and set his target as 11 miles and to raise £110.
Together, we have both raised £330 and both have less than 3 miles each left to swim which we hope to complete by the end of next week. I’m really proud of Lloyds determination – he’s been a star, swimming in the sea on holiday to wrack up the metres. Last night we had swum 48 lengths which we know is half a mile and Lloyd said “come on Mum, I prefer round numbers, lets do 50 – every length counts”
I wanted to share this with you as I know you will be as proud as I am of Lloyd’s achievement.
I’ve attached a photo of him and our fundraising page is: https://swim22.diabetes.org.uk/fundraising/tracey-bradley2021 where we post regular updates on our progress
Competition winners are:
Raffle: 1st prize £25 gift voucher - Ava J
Silly Snowmen - Jac G
Festive Pets - Nahla and Delphi
Christmas Quiz - Isaac R
Christmas Bake Off - Amelia B
Christmas Acts Of Kindness
We are very proud of you both.