It is the end of week 6 and how quickly this term is passing.
It has been a very busy week here at school and there are many good things to share.
As part of their work on Muck, Mess and Mixtures, Year 2 have visited the Shakey Shack in Haverfordwest. We would like to thank the owners for closing the shop so that our children could enjoy their time enjoying their chosen milkshake with staff and for answering such tricky questions that were set by our young leaners eg how much profit do you make in a week ?! In addition to the super behaviour exhibited by the children at " The Shack ", we must congratulate them on the way that they walked so smartly and safely into town and back - many visitors have commented on this already ! Well done Year 2 , good work and good Kerbcraft skills !
It was World Mental Health Awareness Day on Tuesday and Mrs Picton Jones spoke to staff and interested parents regarding her own personal experiences of living with those with mental health issues and about the campaigning she has done to make others aware of the often devastating affects of poor mental health. She is an inspiration to us all . Later that day, she took part in Pembrokeshire County Council's events at County Hall.
I thank the parents who attended Wednesday's induction evening, it was good to see you at school.
Today, the school enjoyed working with many parents who took part in our Paired Reading workshops - it was great to see our young people working alongside parents and grandparents. Thank you also to 6R for leading our Family Community assembly and to all the families who joined us for Go Green Day today.
Have a great weekend.