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weekly Newsletter 1st October 2018

 
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weekly Newsletter 1st October 2018
by Mr L Greenslade - Monday, 1 October 2018, 2:37 PM
 

SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHS

If you have not ordered your school photographs online the envelope and money must be returned to school tomorrow. Many Thanks

 

EXPRESSIVE ARTS THEME WEEKS

The finale of Expressive Arts Theme week is Thursday. If you are attending there will be procedures in place to ensure movement around the school is safe and less congested. Further details wil follow.

 

SCHOOL COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES

 

School Council

Rec: Jack O / Logan G

Y1: Zak M and Ben D

Y2: Ioan R and Darcie D

Y3: Maci W and Jacob J

Y4: Ethan H and Lydia E

Y5: Kyan P and Seren F

Y6: William S and Luca M


CLUBS

Clubs start this week. To summarise, we will be holding reserve lists and will aim to ensure all pupils who wish to take part do so at some point. Consent must be given for clubs and pupils must be collected unless permission is given for Year 5 and Year 6 pupils to walk.

 

Monday

Foundation Phase Football – finishes at 4.20pm - main door collection

Tuesday

Rugby (Year 5 and Year 6) – finishes at 4.20pm – junior door collection (Mr Beech)

Wednesday

 

Criw Cymraeg – Lunchtime (Mr Perry)

Thursday

Football (KS2) – finishes at 4.20pm – junior door collection (Mr Perry)

Netball (KS2) – finishes at 4.20pm – junior door collection (Miss Jones)


MACMILLAN COFFEE AFTERNOON

Thank you to everyone who attended the Macmillan Coffee After today! Your support is greatly appreciated!


DINNER MENU

This week is Menu 2

 

DONATIONS

Many thanks to Tesco, although we came third in their in store token collecting we still receive £1000.  Huge thanks to Burtons Biscuits in Cwmbran for donating Wagon Wheels for our Expressive Arts performance day on Thursday this week.  Don’t forget the performance day is Thursday and not Friday.


HARVEST

 

Our Harvest Festival is on Friday 26th October 2018. We will be collecting food items for the local Food Bank! Thank you for your support.

 


WELSH PHRASE

Please try and use the following phrase:

Wyt ti'n barod? - Are you ready?