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MONDAY 11/Dec

  • THE SCHOOL IS OPEN
  • We understand that some staff and pupils will not be able to travel. We recommend that you only attempt to travel IF IT IS SAFE TO DO SO. Do not take any risks.
  • Practise at the Great Hall has been cancelled

TUESDAY 12/Dec

  • Christmas Concert
    at the Great Hall
    6.30pm - tickets on sale on the evening

WEDNESDAY 13/Dec

  • Urdd Club will restart in the spring term

THURSDAY 14/Dec

  • Kerb craft session for yr.1
  • Urdd Club Christmas party for yrs.3&4 1:30pm
  • Swimming for yrs.3&4

FRIDAY 15/Dec

  • Orchestra practice 8:45am
  • SIarter Iaith Gig at Bont for yrs.5&6
  • Hockey
    See timetable

 

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News : February 2012

CEREDIGION ART AND CRAFT COMPETITION

» Pupils who were successful in the Art and Craft competition at county level

 

Congratulations to all who were successful in this year's Ceredigion Art and Craft competitions. Following their success, Nicole and Mali form 4J, Brooklyn from 5G and the joint project by 3M now go on to compete at national level, with the ones coming second and third receiving high praise for their excellent work. Well done all for competing.

 

Creative work 2D - Group
1st - Mali and Nicole 4J
Series of Colour Prints
1st - Elinor 6J
Groupwork Artefact
1st - Blwyddyn 3

Monochrome Print
2nd - Brooklyn 5G
Colour Print
2nd - Elinor 6J
Creative Work 3D
2nd - Seren 6J
Groupwork 2D
2nd - Blwyddyn 3

Series of Colour Prints
3rd - Brooklyn 5G
Monochrome Print
3rd - Elinor 6J

 

CEREDIGION URDD RUGBY COMPETITION

» Members of the school rubgy team

 

Congratulations to the school's rugby team for competing in the Urdd's Ceredigion rugby competition this year. Playing against other Ceredigion primary schools on the Aberaeron Rugby Club playing fields, they managed three wins and two losses. Well done boys.

 

SCHOOL EISTEDDFOD 2012

» Winners of the main prizes with their trophies

Another day of eisteddfod fun was had by all as every pupil took part in this year's various competitions. From the Choir to recitation and singing parties, from soloists to individual recitals and instrumentalists; as well as hearing the results of all the written and art competitions. Well done everyone for taking part, and congratulations to all who were successful.

To view the whole collection of 134 photos and 5 videos click here

 
ARTHUR : 644 CARADOG : 618 DEWI : 579
 

ART ADJUDICATION

» Pupils from various year groups hold their artwork proudly with adjudicator Mr Chris Iliff

 

We had the pleasure of welcoming Mr Chris Iliff to the school to adjudicate the art work produced by the pupils for the School Eisteddfod this year.
Mr Chris Iliff, who works in the Art Department at Aberystwyth University, enjoyed roaming the school looking at the various art works produced, and had quite a headache when deciding the winners! We thank him for his work.
(Winners' names will be announced during the School Eisteddfod)

 

WALES DANCE COMPANY

» Camille a Neus, representatives for the Wales Dance Company with year 6 pupils

 

Year 6 pupils enjoyed a whole afternoon of dancing with professional dancers as the National Dance Company visited the school. With expert help from Camille and Neus, everyone managed to create a beautiful creative dance routine to modern music. Well done everyone!

 

GWEN WINS THE CIP LETTER WRITING COMPETITION!

» Gwen holding the February Issue of the magazine CIP

 

Congratulations to Gwen from Year 3 for winning the Letter Writing Compeition for the magazine CIP for 2011. Gwen was one of six overall winners, and receives a prize of £40 for herself, and £100 for the school. Wow!

 

Well done also to Ioan from Year 4 who was a close runner-up

 

THE SCHOOL COUNCIL MEET THE POLICE TO DISCUSS TRAFFIC PROBLEMS

» Members of the School Council and Mr Williams meet with PC Chris Tipper

 

"We invited PC Tipper to the school to discuss the traffic problems that we have. Every day hundreds of cars fill the road next to the school, making the area very busy and dangerous as many drivers also speed. We shared our concerns with him and came to the conclusions of borrowing a camera from the police station in order to record drivers' speeds. We will also be writing a letter to the council to ask for free parking across the footbridge for certain times of the day."
Siwan, School Council Secretary

 
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