Dear Parents & Carers / Annwyl Rieni a Gwarchodwyr,
With only a week after half term to prepare our pupils for tomorrow’s Eisteddfod, I can tell you it’s been pretty full on getting them ready to compete! However, they have all worked extremely hard and I look forward to seeing them take part tomorrow. They deserve great credit for their efforts! Good luck to everybody tomorrow!
Gyda dim ond wythnos ar ôl hanner tymor i baratoi ein disgyblion ar gyfer yr Eisteddfod yfory, gallaf ddweud wrthych ei bod wedi bod yn eithaf prysur, wrth gael pawb yn barod i gystadlu. Fodd bynnag, maent i gyd wedi gweithio’n galed iawn ac edrychaf ymlaen at eu gweld yn cymryd rhan yfory. Maen nhw’n haeddu clod mawr am eu hymdrechion! Pob lwc i bawb yfory!
Yours sincerely / Yn gywir,
Bryn D. Jones, Headteacher / Pennaeth
Year 3 Family Service – This will take place on March 20th.
Pancake Races – Well done to the 44 pupils in Years 1 through to 6, who represented Rhos Street in the Pancake Races at Ruthin Square. Another superb occasion! Well done to our winners Isabella, Ella May and Morgan.
St. David’s Day Lunch – On Monday, there will be St. David’s Day themed lunch served in the school canteen. See Twitter for details.
World Book Day – This annual event will take place on Thursday the 5th March. As is traditional, pupils can come to school dressed as a literary character, but as ever, there is no pressure to go out and buy costumes. Make it work for you! There will also be a World Book Day lunch served in the canteen.
Achievers – Students of the Week were Arlo, Jay, Joe, Beau, Nate, Gabby, Chloe and Constance. Elliott received a Welsh award and Maya a swimming certificate.
PTA Meeting – This will be held in school on Tuesday at 3.30pm. All welcome.
PTA Mothers Day Fair – See the attached poster regarding the Mothers Day Fair at 3.30pm on March 13th here in the school hall.
Carnival – The selection for this year’s Carnival Queen and Prince takes place at Ruthin Castle on Sunday, March 8th at 2pm.
Criw Cymraeg Competition – Congratulations to our winners of the Criw Cymraeg logo competition. They were presented with prizes this morning.
Infection Control – With all the attention on controlling the spread of coronavirus in the media at the moment, I’d also like to reiterate that any child who has suffered from diarrhoea and vomiting should be kept off school for 48 hours. This helps to avoid the spread of infection to other pupils. Many thanks.
Wellingtons – If you have any wellingtons at home that have been outgrown and are no longer needed, then if you were able to donate them to us, we’d be very grateful.