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Author: MrsD

Staying Safe On-Line

It is often challenging to keep up with your children’s use of technology; what they are doing online, who they are chatting to, what games they are playing and what they are downloading and viewing.

Media and technology are at the very centre of all our lives today — especially our children’s.

The  content they consume and create has a profound impact on their social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development.  Learning how to use media and technology wisely is an essential skill for life and learning in the 21st century.

St Patrick’s Day

On Monday this week we celebrated Saint Patrick’s Day with a special school Mass.

Pupils from Class 4 prepared readings and prayers and we joined parishioners and parents in Holy Name Church.

 

World Book Day

Listen to our podcast to hear Class 5 talking about our World Book Day activities.

“World Book Day is great because we get to do good activities”

“It was amazing because I drew a Fantastical Beast – it was a cross between an elephant and a runner”

“My favourite part of the day was Quiddich – it was great fun – like a twist on Bench Ball”

“I enjoyed all of it – I enjoyed getting messy”

“It was really fun and we got to work with different children”

“I enjoyed all of it – my favourite part was making wands and origami.”

 

 

 

A visit to Llangrannog

Pupils from Years 5 and 6 spent a few days at Llangrannog Urdd Centre last week

Iestyn: I liked lots of things – the zip line was great because it was high – I was nervous but after I had done it I felt proud.

Maggi: It was really good – we learnt a lot and did new activities.

Jess J: It was great fun, we went on loads of activities and had a great time with our friends.

Jac: My favourite part was high ropes and the wall because they were fun and I had to trust my friends.

Reuben: Quadbikes were great, they were really fast.

Attendance

Our attendance target for this school year is 95.5%

 

Our whole school attendance is currently 95.9%

 

Class Average Attendance
1 94.74%
2 94.65%
3 96.63%
4 97.24% Da iawn Dosbarth 4!
5 96.24%

Please click on the link below to see the latest guidance from Public Health Wales on how long a pupil should be advised to stay away from school / educational settings when they are unwell.

Illness Absence Guidance

 

Tree-mendous

 

Today some of our Y6 pupils worked with PNCPA, Pembrokeshire Youth Services and pupils from Ysgol Bro Gwaun to plant some trees in our playground.

They planted some native trees that we hope will grow for us to enjoy in the future. They will provide homes for wildlife and provide us with shelter from the sun.

 

Despite the cold weather everyone worked really hard.

 

 

Here are our Year Six pupils warming up after their hard work.