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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 : September 2011

YEAR 4 VISIT THE CWM RHEIDOL POWER STATION

 

» Slideshow of Year 4 pupils visiting the Cwm Rheidol Power Station

 

"Our visit to the Power Station was very interesting. I especially liked seeing the fish and the waterfall. We all had to wear bright yellow safety jackets and a helmet. We saw many different machines and learnt a lot from the people who work there."
Sofie, Class 4E

 

ARAD GOCH PRESENTS 'AR EICH MARCIAU' (ON YOUR MARKS)

» We welcomed Ffion Bowen and Arad Goch Theatre Company to the school to present 'Ar Eich Marciau' to years 5 and 6. The children thoroughly enjoyed the performance, and thank you once again to Arad Goch for sharing such an energetic and hopeful production with us, along with several important messages.

 

WALES vs NAMIBIA

 

» Video of the pupils, parents and staff watching the World Cup Rugby match between Wales and Namibia

 

"Being allowed to come into school early to watch the match was great! Dad came as well! I was so glad to see Wales playing well and scoring so many tries - 12 in total! The toast and juice at half time were also tasty!"
Ioan, Class 4E

 

ART EXHIBITION AT THE MORLAN

 

» Pupils enjoying the Art Exhibition held recently at the Morlan centre.

 

"I enjoyed the ehibition, especially because it included Cefyn Burgess' work, which we study in the classroom."
Brandon, Class 6J

 

YEAR 6 VISITS THE NATIONAL WOOLLEN MUSEUM

 

» Slideshow of Year 6 pupils visiting the National Woollen Museum at Drefach Felindre

 

"We had a lot of fun in the Woollen Museum - first we were given the chance to make felt, followed by a tour of the museum which included a lot of noisy machinery as well as a couple of huge ones! It was great to see first hand what happened in these factories. A fantastic trip!"
Elinor, Class 6J

 
 

YEAR 5 VISITS CASTELL HENLLYS

 

» Slideshow of Year 5 pupils visiting the ancient Celtic Hillfort, Castell Henllys

 

"Going to Castell Henllys was a different experience altogether! We had to walk across a bridge and scream wildly in order to access the ancient celtic hillfort! We had fun whilst baking bread, making baskets and even helping to build a new roundhouse! In order to prepare us for battle, they painted our faces with blue patterns! We all lokked extremeley fierce!"
Peredur, Class 5M

 

DAFYDD JONES VISITS THE SCHOOL

» Dafydd Jones, ex Scarlets and Wales rugby star busy signing autographs on the school yard!

 

Dafydd visited the school to promote the Scarlets Sports Camp which will be held in Abersytwyth over half term. Click here to view details

 

WELCOMING MR GERAINT THOMAS TO THE MORNING ASSEMBLY

 

» Pupils with Mr Geraint Thomas during our morning assembly.

 

Mr Thomas shared information regarding the 'Backpack Project', which we as a school will be contributing towards. Click here to learn more

» Mr Thomas showed us this video.

It shows how the project has improved children's lives in Malawi.

Click on the video to view.

 

You're welcome to bring items into the school to include them in the backpacks. The photo below shows which items are needed.

 
 

YEAR 3 WALK AROUND ABERYSTWYTH TOWN

 

» Slideshow of visit around town

 

To view the whole set click here

On Friday, the 9th of September, year 3 went on a trip around town. We started off by seeing the chair that Gwenallt had won in the 1931 National Eisteddfod in Bangor. We then went through the cemetery to see his grave. Next, we passed the Urdd office, and saw where the first ysgol gymraeg used to be, with only seven children in the whole school. Next, we walked to Pound Place where they used to care for stray animals. Then to Poplar Row where Mr and Mrs Morgan met us and gave us squash and biscuits! (mmm…) In Poplar Row there used to be trees with a stream running through it. We then saw Skinner Street where Mr Morgan (the caretaker) told us of its history, there was once a big oven there. We then walked past Morris and Bates, Morris and Bates used to be a big iron foundry. We walked past the old Ysgol Gymraeg (Mummy went there). We walked past Banc y Ddafad Ddu (the first bank in the country they say.) We went to the park (yipee!), then up to the castle. There are 13 stones with the names of the counties on them. Finally, we all took a picture under the Angel of Peace, the statue to remember all those who lost their lives in the war.
Soffia, Class 3M

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