May 29th 2020 Mai 29ain

Dear Parents and Carers,

The weather remains kind to us, which I’m sure you’ll agree has been somewhat of a tonic in these unprecedented times. A pause in home learning due to the half term break, has hopefully left everybody recharged and ready to go again from Monday! I hope you all continue to be safe and well and that our pupils remain happy and positive.

From Monday, may I reinforce that we wish for all pupils and families in all full time classes to use Google Classroom as a focal point for their home learning. Please ensure your child logs on each day to review the tasks and activities set by the teachers and to complete them, so that they can receive ongoing feedback. Any problems, please let me know.

We once again await an end of week statement / press conference from The Welsh First Minister, as well as the Education Secretary, so we may well by the end of the day, have a clearer picture of the road map ahead.

On the twitter page, is some information regarding a fundraising initiative by one of our Governors, Mr Brian Hubble. Mr Hubble was previously Chair to the Governing Body and has been a supporter of the school throughout my time as Head and for many years previously. He will cycle Route 76, for 76 miles on his 76th Birthday – 76/76/76. There is also a link there if you wish to lend some support to his fundraiser.

Thank you to those who have shared photos of your child holding aloft their Betsi Cadwaladr certificates. Please keep them coming (template emailed last week.)

Other news of note is that Liam Purvis, has cycled and walked 100 miles during the month of May. Well done! He’ll be as fit as a butchers dog! Also, Ruben has been the lucky recipient of a special message from Leicester City player Christian Fuchs, which you will be able to see on Twitter.

Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

Yours sincerely,

Bryn D. Jones