Today we all went to Folly Farm.
Pupils (and staff) had a great time.
The weather was perfect and all the pupils behaved brilliantly.
“I saw a giraffe eating a bit of twig, he had a huge tongue”
“We went really fast on the bumper cars”
“I ate doughnuts, they were delicious”
“We were scared on the Ferris wheel, it went really high”
“My favourite thing was the Penguins, the one with the red band went zooming, really fast”
This morning PCSOs 8189 and 8035 came to visit us in school.
They reminded us of ways that we can stay safe this summer.
We talked about what to do if we get lost. We thought about beach safety and road safety as well.
Mrs Johnson came in today to talk to us about The Summer Reading Challenge.
We need to read for pleasure to develop our reading skills.
This year the challenge is called ‘record breakers’ All members of the library can take part
If you take part in the reading challenge you have to read 6 books in 6 weeks.
You can collect stickers and fill in a chart – there are prizes that you can choose when you have earns three stickers
If you complete the challenge you get a medal and certificate You are then entered into a draw to win a sports bag
Mrs Johnson showed us some of the new books we can borrow from the library
There are lots of different types
There are hundreds of different books available
Today we welcomed representatives of Fishguard and Goodwick Lions to school. The children had all entered their annual art competition. The theme this year was “zoo animals”.
The whole school had thoroughly enjoyed painting and drawing pictures of various animals and apparently it was a very tricky job to judge the competition!
Congratulations to our four winners whose work will be exhibited in the Town Hall in Fishguard.
Today was a very special day for some of our children as they received their First Holy Communion.
They were delighted to celebrate their special day with family, friends and our parish community.
Congratulations to them all.