Police Helicopter -Takes "Show and Tell" to New Heights
Children were thrilled today to see the police helicopter land in the school field. The visit had been arranged with PC Stephen (one of our Dads) who works on the helicopter. Children from nursery right through to year 6 were able to get up close to the helicopter and ask the crew questions about the vehicle and their job.
This was a fantastic visit. The children (and staff) were really excited and have gained a valuable insight in to another strand of police work.
On behalf of the whole school a HUGE
to the crew of the South and East Wales Police Air Support Unit.
Children in need has been a great success again this year. Huge thanks to class 7 and 8 (and Miss Greening and Mr Bevan) for organising lots of fun activities in the hall to raise funds for this year's appeal. As ALWAYS... a MASSIVE
to parents again, for your support and contributions! We have had a really fun day for a great cause!
- Non Uniform Day - Fundraising for Argentina Children's Home
A huge thank you to all children and staff who came to school last Friday to raise money for a children's home in Argentina. The school managed to raise £412 to send to support the work of the home which curently cares for 26 children who have been hurt or mistreated.
School Council Deliver our Harvest collection to the Foodbank
Today our School Councillors visited the foodbank in the Gurnos to deliver our harvest collection.
The council helped to weigh, unpack and sort through some of the food we collected. We found out how the foodbank works and how people can receive help. Volunteers asked again that we would pass on our thank to everyone who made a contribution to this appeal! THANK YOU!