Our many planned activities for this week have been far more enjoyable due to the fantastic weather. One of our major highlights has been Year 4 spending the last three days at LLangrannog. It is wonderful to know that our children have accessed such great activities as well as having the opportunity to spend a couple of nights away from home with both their school friends and also new friends from other local schools.
I always eagerly await the texts that let me know how well the children are doing, especially those texts before bedtime and wake up in the morning - it is certainly a busy time for the staff who attend - I thank them for this.
Year 3 children were still talking about how much they enjoyed last Friday afternoon with their parents at school - the homework that we have received at school this week so far has been amazing. Families have been clearly working together on creating some superb Celt artefacts - thank you.
Year 2 had a great day at Carew Castle yesterday, the weather could not have been any better - they left and returned to school full of enthusiasm. The children ( as we all are) look forward to their Medieval Banquet with invited family members on 11th April.
The week has ended with 5W leading the community assembly. There was a focus upon Health and Wellbeing and the children making a promise as to how they would improve their physical, emotional or mental wellbeing. It was the perfect time for Enterprising Ella, Ethical Ewan, Ambitious Amber and Healthy Harri to join us, indeed Harri's influence led the theme of the assembly. Thank you 5W and our Learning Ambassadors, the latter of whom created our mascots.
I hope that you all enjoy the fine weather this weekend and to all our Mums, Nans and Carers - have a good Mother's Day.