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Friday, 16th June


Today, POINT came into school to work with Year 6. They had organised different games and workshops centred around the theme of bullying. Pupils had a lot of fun playing the games POINT had organised and participated brilliantly in the workshops organised. They participated in activities revolving around emotional intelligence and took part in role play and drama workshops, which they really got stuck into. Pictures are on the pictures page.

Wednesday, 14th & Thursday 15th June


On Wednesday, Year 5 travelled to Porthclais to take part in the Darwin Project's workshop on Climate change. We took part in a walk along the Coastal Path listening to our guides Sid and Martin telling us all they knew about Climate change. They were extremely impressed with the standard of questions coming from the pupils and behaviour was impeccable all day. There are some pictures of our day on the pictures page.

On Thursday, two people from the Darwin project then came into school and had organised different workshops for the pupils to take part in. It was mentioned that they came up with some fantastic questions and there were some budding scientists in the mix!

Tuesday, 13th June


This afternoon the majority of Year 6 travelled down to Whitesands beach for Hit the Surf. They took part in both beach and sea activities, learning vital life saving skills from the RNLI lifeguards. Behaviour was fantastic by all pupils and they all looked like professionals in their wetsuits. See our pictures page for more.

Tuesday, 23rd May


This afternoon, we decided to have a pirate themed outing. After working extremely hard over the last month or so, we all thought we deserved a trip out. We gathered our clipboard and sketching pencils and headed down to Lower Town. We sat on the rocks and drew the scenery, imagining that there was a pirate ship out at sea. After that, we took our own pirate flags over to what looked like an old pirate ship and claimed the ship as our own! It was here the children found gold rocks. A mad frenzy occurred to find more, as each of these rocks were a symbol of extra golden time! Finally, we finished our afternoon off with some free time in Lower Town park. You can see pictures of our outing over on the pictures page.

Friday, 5th May - Hangar 5


Due to our impressive win in the 'Cais Cymraeg' welsh speaking competition last term, we were rewarded with a trip to Hangar 5 this Friday. I am very happy to report that we all had a brilliant afternoon. The children did not stop bouncing for the whole hour and their behaviour was fantastic throughout. We also enjoyed a nice treat of a drink, ice cream or slush puppy after. Pictures and videos of our trip are available to see on our Pictures page (although my front flip was unfortunately not caught on camera!!) frown