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Breakfast Club Places

Dear Parent/Carer,

We have been instructed by Welsh Government and the Local authority that we have to have breakfast club up and running by 28th September. Due to further Welsh Government guidelines we must also continue to adhere to maintain the “Bubbles”. As a result we will be offering a limited number of breakfast places per year group. The children will have to sit in their class Bubbles and will not be able to sit with other children from other classes. Please only register if it’s an absolute necessary to have a breakfast place. This is not a childcare facility.

If you wish to have a breakfast place for your child, please follow the link below and register your child.If you have more than one child wishing to have a place at breakfast club then you will need to complete the form again. One child per form.

Breakfast Club Form

Thank you for your support,

R. Harris

Headteacher

Yr 6

At break, We played football on the yard.

We did a guided reading carousel and in the carousel we did osmo, guided reading and more.

We learned about forces and some of them are magnetism,gravity and more.

We also had extra play.

Our year 6 day

Firstly we did some reading and handwriting.

Next we done a maths carousal, after that we went out to play.

Then we carried on with the carousal

A few minutes after that we had some extra play then we went for lunch.

After Lunch we did reading and welsh.

Finally Miss read and we did the blog.

By Isla and Issac Yr6.

 

 

Yr 5 and 6 first blog

We have had a wonderful and FUN start to our new year in year 5 and 6. We have completed lots of different activities such as:

  • Making new friends and seeing our new teachers.
  • Writing posters on how to stay safe from Coronavirus in school.
  • Starting a new class book called ‘The Explorer’ by Katherine Rundell.
  • Started working on our new sound of the week ‘ph’.
  • Learning to add using formal column method with and without carrying.
  • Started 10 minute shake-ups to get our bodies moving to build on our daily exercise.
  • Starting to practise cursive handwriting.
  • We also made a poster of the many things we are thankful for.

Year 5 and Year 6

Our first Year 6 blog!

It was raining today so we had our first wet play in class. It was fun. Eventually, We got to play football outside  after the rain had stopped!

In Maths we worked on adding and subtracting decimals.

We had to write a persuasive text in English but we could choose what we wanted to write about, which was fun.

We enjoyed choosing new books and reading.

Year 6- Yr Wyddfa

RISK ASSESSMENT AND SEPTEMBER ARRANGEMENTS

Dear Parent/Carer,

We’ve been asked to publish our draft risk assessment for returning to school which can be found below. With any risk assessment, it is reviewed regularly to ensure it is fit for purpose and using the most up-to-date guidance available:

Return to school risk assessment

The school will be having two preparation days on Tuesday 1st and Wednesday 2nd of September. Following that, children from Years 1-6 will have one full day in school on EITHER Thursday 3rd September OR Friday 4th September. They will then start back full time on Monday 7th September.

Nursery and Reception children will start part time on the 7th September. Reception and Nursery teachers will be trying to make contact with parents to provide details about this.

Start and end times are staggered for your children. We would ask parents to ensure that they maintain social distancing in the yard when dropping off and collecting the children and leave promptly. Please ensure your child arrives in school on time. We do not have staff available to supervise before school and lateness will be difficult to manage.

Further details about reopening, one way systems and start and end times can be found in the Reopening Plan above:

Letter explaining the plans for the start of the new term (Sept 2020)

Dear Parent/Carer,

Attached is a letter explaining the plans for the start of the new term.

  • September 1st & 2nd – School closed for preparation and planning
  • Thursday, September 3rd – All LSC pupils, Reception, Year 1, Year 3 and Year 5 pupils
  • Friday, September 4th – All Nursery, Year 2, Year 4 and Year 6 pupils
  • Monday, September 7th – All pupils back in school.

Link to Letter from Mr Harris