IMG_0400 IMG_0402 We have been busy practising our welsh reading skills and conversations ready for our end of year moderation. Here are two clips: Libby interviewing Nia about food and Libby and Nia reading. Bendigedig
Today we spent a day at ‘The Maelor School’ in the Science department. It was a transition day for our cluster so, as well as improving their science skills, Y6 had a chance to meet the cohort who are going to be Y7 in September. Hopefully some new friendships were formed alongside some scientific knowledge! … Read more
Yesterday Madras won the area gala and have now been invited to Wrexham Waterworld in April to represent the Maelor cluster. What a fantastic achievement! 😁
The first round of the Urdd Eisteddfod is being held on Tuesday 6th March at Glynceiriog. Although no information regarding specific times/venues have been sent out as yet, it will be held during the school day. There will be a rehearsal for all children competing on Monday 5th March 3.15 – 4.15pm. Parents are welcome to attend. There … Read more
The 1st round of the Urdd Eisteddfod due to be held on the 3rd March in Glynceiriog has been postponed to Tuesday March 6th. As yet details of venue and times have not been confirmed. The Class 3 trip to Blists Hill has also been postponed.
We are closed today due to adverse weather conditions. We have made this difficult decision for the safety of our children, parents and staff.
We will be monitoring weather conditions with regards to closure of the school. A decision will be made by 7am in the morning, please be prepared in case a closure is required.
School is open (Tuesday 27th Feb 2018) but please take care on your way to school as some areas may be slippery.
A reminder to ALL Urdd members, there will be Urdd Club on Monday 12th February 10am – 2pm in school. Children will need a packed lunch and please ensure your child wears old clothes!
A great last night at the disco. After a mud packed day, we scrubbed up well! We saw some fabulous dancing, and some individual, unique performances which left us wondering….. Where do they get these moves from?? 😉