Year 4: Homework

Homework (In for Tuesday 23rd January) Your homework this weekend is linked to fables. This week, on Tuesday, we are rewriting the classic fable ‘The Lion and the Mouse’ but we are substituting the characters (e.g. the lion = giant, the mouse = small boy). The moral however must remain the same. Your task is … Read more…

Year 4: Padlet

On the 16th January pupils researched more about the differences between the rich and the poor Tudors. They used ‘Padlet’ to show their findings. Year 4 really enjoy working collaboratively and were able to answer many of their ‘What we want to find out?’ questions from this. Pupils are also looking forward to learning even … Read more…

Year 4: Homework

Your homework this week is to learn your lines for your St Dwynwen’s Day assembly next Friday, if possible by Tuesday (16th January). Please can you also bring in a photograph of you with somebody (e.g. mum/ dad/ aunty/ uncle) or something you love very much. These will go on a Powerpoint and be shown … Read more…

SCHOOL OPEN TUESDAY 12 DECEMBER

We will be open tomorrow as usual. Paths have been cleared for you to access all classrooms. Please only use the main entrance gate. All other gates will be locked. We can foresee problems with parking as cars have been abandoned on the car park. Also, just to make you aware, public footpaths to school … Read more…

SCHOOL CLOSURE MONDAY 11 DECEMBER

Unfortunately we have had to make the decision to close school on Monday 11 December due to the weather conditions.  We are sorry for any inconvenience this has caused but we are sure you understand this is for the safety of pupils, parents and staff.

Christmas Concerts

Christmas concert tickets will be on sale from Monday. A letter with a pro-forma is going home with the children today. Please ensure you complete the pro-forma and return with your money in a sealed envelope. Thank you, Mrs Humphreys.