July 19th 2019 Gorffennaf 19eg

Dear Parents & Carers / Annwyl Rieni a Gwarchodwyr,

It’s been another positive end to the school year and I think everybody in the community can look back with satisfaction and pride on what has been achieved. My thanks go to everybody for their ongoing support and a special mention to my fantastic staff whose efforts are as ever, very much appreciated. Have a great Summer all and we look forward to the new challenges of the 2019-20 academic year.

Mae wedi bod yn ddiweddglo cadarnhaol arall i’r flwyddyn ysgol ac rwy’n credu y gall pawb yn y gymuned edrych yn ôl gyda boddhad a balchder ar yr hyn a gyflawnwyd. Hoffwn ddiolch yn fawr i bawb am eu cefnogaeth barhaus ac yn arbennig i’r staff bendigedig. Mwynhewch yr haf ac edrychwn ymlaen at heriau newydd blwyddyn academaidd 2019-20.

Yours sincerely / Yn gywir,

Bryn D. Jones, Headteacher / Pennaeth

Goodbye Year 6 – Best wishes to our Year 6 leavers – all 35!. They treated us to a fabulous Leavers’ Service, full of humour and enthusiasm. Huge thanks to them all and to Mr. Davis for their preparations and efforts! It will be strange in September not to have them here with us, but I’m sure they’ll settle well in their new surroundings. Photos of the service will be on twitter and Flickr, including the inaugural winners of the Olivia Alkir Achievement, and Joel Darlington Sports Cups, as well as the other awards.

Year 6 Water Fight – The Year 6 water fight has now become a tradition and there was much merriment as the pupils drenched poor Mr Davis. I’m sure he gave as good as he got!

Site Works – You may well have seen over the last few months, that the site has had some external and internal works taking place. Internally, we’ve has some important snagging jobs completed and this will continue over the summer. Outside, the new seating area around the MUGA is now complete and is a great addition, while also tidying the area significantly. The garden area next to the batloft is now being completed and extended. It will be great to hand it over to the Eco-Council next year to develop its huge potential. A new gate to ease access to the shared field will be put in place and long term works to make that field fit for purpose should also begin. Work will also begin over the summer to install some additional yard space on half of the grassed area next to the Infant classes. Please bear in mind that this continues to be a long term project that requires careful planning and implementation. Nevertheless, please be assured that our continued patience on this matter (including mine) will be rewarded.

Cluster Project –It was a pleasure to welcome friends from local schools to share learning experiences. The Global Café was the RSS focus. We also listened to & learned from other schools’ financial projects.

Attendance Awards – Cerificates and chocolate were awarded to the nine pupils who achieved 100% attendance for the academic year. Well done to TylerW, Lottie, Emma, Alex, Nate, Emily, Alys, Jenson and Fletcher.

Reading Challenge – It was a pleasure to welcome Meira from the Library Service this week. She outlined what this year’s Reading Challenge involves. Space Chase is the title and they are asked to visit three times and read at least six books. Please support your child in completing the challenge this summer.

Reception Trip – The Reception Class had lots of fun down at Cae Ddol this week. Photos are on twitter

Year 2 Chess – Year 2 have really enjoyed learning how to play chess this week. I look forward to seeing many of them become grandmasters in the future!

Year 2 Bushcraft – Year 2 also had fun in their bush craft session, toasting marshmallows.

Achievers – Students of the Week included Seren, Cai, Oliver, Liam, Deiniol, Kieran, Benjamin, Thomas, Samadhi, Lilly, Hakeem and Alys. Gym certificates went to Alys, Holly, Emi-Lee, Amelia and Fletcher. Emma has achieved Grade 4 on her flute and received a certificate. Certificates were also shared with Llinos for tap dancing, and SerenB for Rookie Lifeguard.

Twitter – Take a look at twitter for further notices, pictures and news that we were unable to fit into this final newsletter.

PTA – Huge thanks to Lucy and her team for all their fundraising efforts this year with the PTA. It is very much appreciated. We also recognised the superb efforts of Jayne Mayers over the years as her time with the PTA comes to an end now Emma is moving on. Once again, a big thank you.

Musical Showcase – Thank you to our musicians and rock choir for their performances last week. It was lovely to give everybody the opportunity to show off their skills. We heard pianists, drummers, violinists, guitarists, woodwind and brass. Here’s to more musicianship next year!

Payment of Monies – Could any outstanding debts please be settled on ParentPay at your earlier conveninence.This includes dinners, trips and music lessons. Year 6 parents need to be aware that the school meals service requires us to pass any unsettled dinner debts on to Brynhyfryd.

Tennis – Free tennis sessions are available this week at Ruthin Tennis Club. See twitter for details.

Dog Dirt Campaign – Seren Haf and Daniel went to County Hall to give their input to a poster to encourage dog walkers to clear their dog’s mess.

Ruthin Flower Show – Some pupils have taken part in an art competition for Ruthin Flower Show and details regarding the show itself can be found on twitter.

Goodbye, Au Revoir and Get Well Soon! – We said some goodbyes and au revoirs this week. Mrs Hughes’ time as co-teacher of Year 6 came to an end this week. We thank her for her superb efforts and support this year. Miss Sproston goes on maternity leave and we wish her well as she expects her third child. Our long standing ICT technician Martin Davies visited for the last time today. Many thanks to him for the invaluable support and good luck in the new job! Finally, we send our very best wishes to Giggles manager Anna Edwards as she recuperates from her recent operation. Get well soon Anna!

Back to School – Although it irks me to mention the new term before the holiday has even started, may I just confirm that the school will reopen to welcome the pupils back on Wednesday, September 4th. Have a brilliant Summer!

July 12th 2019 Gorffennaf 12fed

Dear Parents & Carers / Annwyl Rieni a Gwarchodwyr,
We reach the end of the penultimate week of the school year and at the end of the day, we will hold our annual Musical Showcase, which will allow our musicians to shine no doubt. On Wednesday, we will hold our Year 6 Leavers’ Service at 1.30pm and that is always an emotional and lively event! In the canteen on Wednesday, there will be a Seaside Summer Party menu. I hope Year 6 enjoy their final week with us.

Rydym wedi cyrraedd diwedd wythnos olaf ond un y flwyddyn ysgol ac ar ddiwedd y dydd, byddwn yn cynnal ein Sioe Gerdd flynyddol, a fydd yn caniatáu i’n cerddorion ddisgleirio. Ar Ddydd Mercher, byddwn yn cynnal ein Gwasanaeth Gadael Blwyddyn 6 am 1.30pm ac mae hynny bob amser yn ddigwyddiad emosiynol a bywiog! Rwy’n gobeithio y bydd Blwyddyn 6 yn mwynhau yr wythnos olaf gyda ni.

Yours sincerely / Yn gywir,

Bryn D. Jones, Headteacher / Pennaeth

Quayle Award – This week, both schools on the site were delighted to receive the Quayle Award. Each year, the Civic Association presents a commemorative plaque to the owners of a building within the town or surrounding area which has, in the judgement of the Civic Association, improved and enriched the town or village environment aesthetically

End of Year Reports – End of year reports are being sent home today. I’d be grateful if you could fill the feedback sheet and return it to school next week. You may keep your copy of the report. The report is comprehensive, however, if, having read your child’s report, you feel that there is a need to discuss it further, then please inform us on Monday morning, so that we may arrange an appointment with your class teacher. Included with the report is attendance data and National Test results for Year 2-6. Year 2 and 6 will also receive their end of Key Stage Assessment Results.

PTA Quiz – We’re grateful to all who supported our PTA Quiz, with over £200 raised! A special thank you to Lucy for preparing and running the quiz so efficiently and also to The Feathers for the wonderful hospitality.

This Week’s Trips – See twitter this evening for photos.

Achievers – Students of the week were Jay, Mia, MiaK, Shreya, Holly, Mikolaj, Xavier, Connie, Oscar, Seren and Georgia. James, Ben, Jason, Rebecca, Chloe, Daniel and Xavier won Welsh awards.

Reading Challenge – The Library Service will visit next week to talk to the children about the Summer Reading Challenge

Payment of Monies – Could you please ensure that all outstanding debts for dinners, music lessons etc. are settled on Parent Pay before the end of term, so that our admin staff can tie up all loose ends. Many thanks.

July 5th 2019 Gorffennaf 5ed

Dear Parents & Carers / Annwyl Rieni a Gwarchodwyr,
With two weeks left, we reach that stage where we’re frantically trying to get everything finished. Reports are being prepared, trips are being ticked off and activities are still coming thick and fast. Next Thursday, Years 1/2 and 6 will visit Abergele Adventure Trail and Lazer Quest respectively. This week’s activities are well documented on Twitter, so please take a look there for some lovely snaps.

Gyda phythefnos ar ôl, rydym yn cyrraedd y adeg hynny lle rydym yn ceisio gorffen popeth. Mae adroddiadau’n cael eu paratoi, mae tripiau’n cael eu cynnal ac mae gweithgareddau’n dod un ar ol y llall. Ar Ddydd Iau nesaf, bydd Blwyddyn 2 a 6 yn ymweld â Llwybr Antur Abergele a Lazer Quest yn y drefn honno. Mae gweithgareddau’r wythnos hon wedi’u dogfennu’n dda ar Twitter, felly edrychwch i weld rhai o luniau hyfryd.

Yours sincerely / Yn gywir,

Bryn D. Jones, Headteacher Pennaeth

In Deepest Sympathy – I’m sure you will have heard about the terrible car crash that took place at the end of last week outside Ruthin. We were stunned for the second time this year, with the news that one of our ex-pupils had passed away in tragic circumstances. Olivia Alkir was a wonderful pupil who excelled in everything she did. We send our sincere condolences to Jo and Mesut, our best wishes to all injured in the crash with their recovery and sympathise with all our ex-pupils in Brynhyfryd who knew her so well.

Official Opening – We were honoured to be part of yesterday’s official opening of the new Rhos Street & Pen Barras site. Wales’ First Minister Mark Drakeford attended the ceremony.

Global Café – This child-led environmental global citizenship conference took place yesterday and was a big success. The pupils visited each others’ classes to share activities and their project work. We were also visited by the RLSS for some water safety presentations. Thank you to all the staff and the pupils for their hard work. A total of around £380 has been raised!

Transition – All classes moved up today to get a flavour of what awaits them in September! I hope Year 6 had a great day at Brynhyfryd.

Au Revoir Miss Price – On Monday, Mrs Lewis will return from her maternity leave and we look forward to welcoming her back. We thank Miss Price for her wonderful work with Year 4 and look forward to seeing her again in September, when she and Mrs Lewis will share the responsibility of teaching Year 4.

Musical Showcase – All pupils who receive music lessons have been asked to prepare a short piece to play in a showcase at the end of the school day next Friday. Parents and relatives are invited to join with us at 3.30pm.

June 28th 2019 Mehefin 28ain

Dear Parents & Carers / Annwyl Rieni a Gwarchodwyr,
We reach the end of June and it seems that Summer has finally arrived. We enjoyed great weather for our Sports Day and hopefully the sun and blue skies carry on into the weekend and beyond. We have but three weeks left of this academic year and those last days will be packed with activities.

Rydym bron wedi cyrraedd Gorffennaf ac mae’n ymddangos bod yr Haf wedi cyrraedd o’r diwedd. Fe wnaethom fwynhau tywydd gwych ar gyfer ein Mabolgampau a gobeithio y bydd yr haul a’r awyr las yn parhau dros y penwythnos a thu hwnt. Mae gennym ond tair wythnos ar ôl o’r flwyddyn academaidd hon a bydd y dyddiau olaf hynny yn llawn gweithgareddau.

Yours sincerely / Yn gywir,

Bryn D. Jones, Headteacher / Pennaeth

Sports Day – Both the Infants’ and Juniors Sports Day were lovely occasions and the pupils enthusiastically competed, gave their all and the community enjoyed watching in the glorious sunshine. Thank you to the pupils for their efforts, to the staff for organising and to the PTA for providing refreshments. Congratulations to the red and yellow teams for their respective victories. Thank you all for your support!

Scarecrow Award – In the Carnival last weekend, our Mary Poppins Scarecrow was awarded 2nd place by the Mayor! Congratulations to Leanne, Shanny and the pupils.

School Uniform Exchange – If you have good quality uniform you wish to pass on and donate to this scheme, then please drop off at the office. Many thanks.

Year 6 Transition Sessions – Thank you to Janine Gardner who has run some transition sessions here at the school for our Year 6 pupils. The pupils also enjoyed a special afternoon of PE at Brynhyfryd this week and will spend a day there next Friday

Year 6 PSE Talk – On the morning of Wednesday, July 3rd, as part of the Personal and Social Education programme of study, School Nurse Deborah Davies will visit, to give a talk to our Year 6 pupils on the theme of Keeping Clean and Growing Up. If you require any further information, please see Mr Davis.

Global Café – On Thursday, the children will be having an environmental global citizenship conference. The pupils will visit each others’ classes to share activities and their project work. They are invited to come to school in their own clothes for £1 and can also bring a little money to spend on various stalls the classes will be running. I’m sure it will be a successful activity.

Year 3 Dangerpoint – Year 3 were praised for their good behaviour on this week’s trip to Dangerpoint.

Meeting for new Nursery parents – On Monday, parents of our new Nursery intake for September will visit to hear about what’s in store for their child here at Rhos Street.

Year 3 Tesco visit – Year 3 will visit Tesco next week as part of their Global Café work.

Whole School Transition Morning – Next Friday, will see all our classes move up to their new September classes for the morning.

Nursery and Giggles’ Family Service – It was a delight to see our Nursery and Giggles pupils entertain us this morning. They were fabulous! Huge thanks to them and to Eleri, Kelly and team, plus Anna and her team in Giggles.

Summer Fair – On behalf of the PTA, we thank those who supported the Summer Fair, especially the parents and staff who helped on the day. We made over £650 profit. I’d also like to extend my appreciation for the ongoing work of the PTA committee. Thanks to Lucy, Jayne, Jenny, Sarah and the team!

Raffle Prizes – Unclaimed from the Summer Fair. Pink 66-70, Yellow 146-150. Please pop into the office.

Year 6 Leavers Blessing – Year 6 attended St. Peter’s Church this afternoon,
along with other local schools for the annual Leavers’ Blessing.

PTA Quiz – On Friday July 5th at 7pm, there will be a PTA Quiz at the Feathers. See twitter and last week’s newsletter for the poster.

Achievers – Students of the Week were Scarlet, Eva-May, Cadie, Llinos, Beau, Casey, Will and Eve. A Welsh award went to Gabby, a Race for Life medal to Ruby and Ju-jitsu cetificates and belts to TylerW and Leo. Well done all.

Summer Reading Challenge – ‘Space Chase’ is the theme for this Summer and I hope we can count on your support again in helping your child complete this Summer’s Reading Challenge. Further details will be sent home following a school visit from the Library Service.

Diary Dates
July 1st – Meeting for New Nursery parents
July 2nd – Year 3 visit to tesco
July 3rd – Year 6 Growing Up Talk
July 4th – Rhos Street/Pen Barras Official Opening
July 4th – Global Café
July 5th – Transition Day – Year 6 and classes move up
July 5th – PTA Quiz 7pm Feathers
July 11th – Year 1 and 2 Trip
July 11th – Year 6 Trip
July 12th – Reports Sent Home
July 12th – Musicians’ Showcase 3.30pm
July 15th – Reception trip to the park
July 17th – Year 6 Leavers Service 1.30pm
July 18th – Reading Challenge presentation
July 19th – End of Term

June 21st 2019 Mehefin 21ain

Dear Parents & Carers / Annwyl Rieni a Gwarchodwyr,
We’re looking forward to tonight’s Summer Fair. Thank you for the chocolate donations on our own clothes day. I hope the weather holds. With thunderstorms forecast for Monday plus overnight rain, it’s not looking great for our Sports Day. We’ve decided not to hold the event on Monday and try for Tuesday, hoping the wet weather will have passed and the field will have dried. As ever, I’ll try and keep you updated.

Rydym yn edrych ymlaen at y Ffair Haf heno. Diolch am y rhoddion siocled ar ein diwrnod dillad di-wisg. Gobeithio y bydd y tywydd yn dal. Gyda rhagolwg taranau ar gyfer dydd Llun a glaw dros nos, nid yw’n edrych yn dda ar gyfer ein Mabolgampau. Rydym wedi penderfynu peidio â chynnal y digwyddiad ddydd Llun a cheisio eto dydd Mawrth, gan obeithio y bydd y tywydd gwlyb wedi mynd heibio a bydd y cae wedi sychu. Fel arfer, byddaf yn ceisio eich diweddaru.

Yours sincerely / Yn gywir,

Bryn D. Jones, Headteacher / Pennaeth

Reception Family Service – We were treated to a fabulous pirate themed service by our Reception pupils, which went down a storm with pupils, parents, relatives and staff. Thank you to Mrs Bourne and staff for their work.

Scarecrow Competition – Our involvement in Ruthin Forward’s Scarecrow Competition has been very successful. Mary Poppins has not only been shortlisted as one of the best scarecrows by the Mayor, but also finished 2nd in the public vote! We greatly enjoyed producing scarecrows in the Juniors & Giggles.

PC Llinos – PC Llinos’ recent visits to school have been very well received and are documented on our Twitter feed.

Ruthin Town Football – Congratulations to Year 3 and 4 for their victory in this competition. The Year 5 and 6 boys also performed admirably in reaching the final. A special mention also for the girls’ team who gave some wonderful gutsy performances and never gave up.

Manchester Trip – Now that the trip has come to an end we can reflect on its success. The children were a pleasure to take away and they did us proud. Thank you to Mr Davis, Eira and Leanne for their fantastic care of the pupils and to Gwyn the driver for navigating us so safely.

Year 2 Transition – I think staff, pupils and parents enjoyed the Year 2 Transition Session this morning. Thank you for attending.

Inner Wheel Presentation – A huge thank you to Ruthin’s Inner Wheel for the kind donation towards purchasing Chromebooks. It is very much appreciated.

Academic Dates – On the Twitter feed and in the general downloads section of the website, you will find the academic dates for 2019-20, so you can update your diaries.

Year 6 Leavers Blessing – Next Friday at 1.15pm, Year 6 will attend St. Peter’s Church for the annual Leavers’ Blessing. Parents and relatives are also invited.

Giggles and Nursery Family Service – Next Friday, Giggles and Nursery will have their Family Service. Parents and relatives are welcome at 9am.

Vale of Clwyd Sports – Thank you to the pupils who represented the school at the Vale of Clwyd Sports in Deeside this week. Well done to them all.

Brynhyfryd Sports Afternoon – On Wednesday next week, Year 6 will attend the special transition sports afternoon.

Achievers – Students of the week were Indi, Megan, Ben, Illy, Lily and Alexa. Holly received a gym rosette and Kaden a football medal and certificate. Our Urdd Dialogue Group received their medals and we recognized the three football squads for their fabulous perfromances last weekend.

June 12th 2019 Mehefin 12fed

Dear Parents & Carers / Annwyl Rieni a Gwarchodwyr,
An earlier newsletter today, as the rest of week will involve the visit to Manchester with a late return on Friday. Since June began, it’s unfortunately been rain all the way and it serves as a stark contrast to the glorious sunshine we were enjoying twelve months ago. Let’s hope we see an improvement for outdoor activities such as Sports Day and the Summer Fair later this term.

Daw cylchlythyr cynharach heddiw, gan y bydd gweddill yr wythnos yn cynnwys yr ymweliad â Manceinion gan ddychwelyd yn hwyr ar ddydd Gwener. Ers i fis Mehefin ddechrau, yn anffodus mae glaw wedi bod yn ddi-ddiwedd ac mae’n wahanol iawn i’r heulwen godidog yr oeddem yn ei fwynhau ddeuddeg mis yn ôl. Gobeithio y gwelwn welliant ar gyfer gweithgareddau awyr agored fel y Mabolgampau a’r Ffair Haf nes ymlaen y tymor hwn.

Yours sincerely / Yn gywir,

Bryn D. Jones
Headteacher / Pennaeth

Scarecrow Festival – The Rhos Street and Giggles entries to this year’s Scarecrow Festival, have been located outside the main entrance to the office because of the rain. Thank you to the Junior staff and Anna’s team for their work with the pupils. On the Ruthin Forward Facebook Page, you can vote for these Scarecrows to be crowned ‘People’s Scarecrow’. Please visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/324858841614 and join the group. After being approved, you will be able to vote for your favourite scarecrow!

Manchester Visit – We will be very busy with Years 5 and 6 for the rest of the week, as we take to Manchester to visit The Imperial War Museum, Old Trafford, Media City, The Manchester Museum as well as The Chill Factore. Keep an eye on Twitter for updates regarding our adventures!

Vale of Clwyd Sports – Good luck to our athletes on Tuesday in the Vale of Clwyd Sports, being held at Deeside College.

Year 5 Transition Activity – Year 5 attended an effective transition event at Brynhyfryd this week, where they got to create their own superhero. Year 6 have also returned home this week with a special golden ticket, courtesy of their prospective new Secondary School!

PC Llinos – PC Llinos visits next week, to speak to Years 3 and 4 in her role as Police Liaison Officer.

Summer Fair – This event takes place after school on June 21st.

Sports Day – The Sports Day will take place in the morning for Foundation Phase and the afternoon for Juniors on Monday June 24th.

PTA Quiz – The PTA have organized a quiz at The Feathers here in Ruthin on July 5th at 7pm. See the attached poster.

June 7th 2019 Mehefin 7fed

Dear Parents & Carers / Annwyl Rieni a Gwarchodwyr,

I trust all had a good half term. We enter the final weeks of the academic year and look forward to a range of enjoyable activities, now that tests and assessments have been completed and submitted. We look ahead to next year and various transition activities will take place for some classes during the final weeks.

Hyderaf fod pawb wedi cael hanner tymor da. Rydym wedi cyrraedd wythnosau olaf y flwyddyn academaidd ac yn edrych ymlaen at ystod o weithgareddau pleserus, gan fod profion ac asesiadau wedi’u cwblhau a’u cyflwyno. Edrychwn ymlaen at y flwyddyn nesaf a chynhelir gweithgareddau pontio amrywiol ar gyfer rhai dosbarthiadau yn ystod yr wythnosau olaf.

Yours sincerely / Yn gywir,

Bryn D. Jones, Headteacher / Pennaeth

Urdd Eisteddfod – We were so proud to see the success of our pupils at last week’s National Eisteddfod in Cardiff. What a delight it was to see Rhos Street kids performing on the prestigious Millennium Centre stage as they secured 3rd place in the dialogue. Their performance was live on S4C and can also be seen via the following link. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khJMsWZvrRM

Ruthin Football Tournament – Good luck to the teams playing in the Ruthin tournament tomorrow. Fingers crossed for dry weather.

Year 5 Transition – On Tuesday morning, Year 5 will attend a transition activity at Ysgol Brynhyfryd on a superhero theme. A bus will take them there and back.

Size of Wales – We welcomed Becky from the environmental charity ‘Size of Wales’ who led our assembly and held workshops with the Junior classes on the theme of rainforest conservation and renewal.

Manchester – Years 5 and 6 are off to Manchester next week on an overnight adventure. Keep an eye on Twitter for updates of all the exciting activities.

Save a Life Wales Video – Earler this year you will remember that some of our pupils took part in the creation of a video promoting the benefits of CPR as part of the Save a Life Wales initiative. You can see that video by following this link – https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=4&v=2q0sHMhUzps
The Awyr Las – Keep the Beats Website, with full details can be viewed via this link – https://awyrlas.org.uk/keepthebeats

Mock Trial – Year 6 have been spending the day in Denbigh Magistrates Court, taking part in a special mock trial. I wonder what the verdict will be?

Donkey Races – See Twitter for details regarding the Rotary’s Donkey Races held at Cae Ddol on June 15th.

Theatre Clwyd Exhibition – An exhibition based on the Wave Me Goodbye Workshops attended by Year 5 is open to view at Theatre Clwyd.

Year 2 Transition – Year 2 attended their first transition session up in the Juniors. They were very excited and gave very good first impressions I hear!

Water Safety Charity Day – Thank you for supporting the Water Safety Charity Day. A total of £160 was raised. Thank you also to all entrants to the competition which was judged by the Bartley family, with prizes shared with all winners. On Wednesday, Blackpool Tower was lit up in purple in memory of Mark and I hope the family all were comforted by the activities that took place on the anniversary of his death.

Chester FC Payments – I have been informed that not all pupils are paying the requested contribution of £2 per session for the after school football club. In order to make this provision viable, could all pupils ensure they bring payment and hand it over to either the class teacher or to Ben and Kalvin. Many thanks.

Music Lessons – Could payments for music lessons please be settled on Parent Pay. Many thanks.

Road Safety Conference – Our Road Safety Officers had a great time at the annual conference held at Faenol Fawr this week.

Year 3 Planting – Year 3 have been planting cress as part of a Science investigation in which various groups are investigating the effect of soil, water and light on plant growth.

Dates

June 8th – Ruthin Town Football Tournament
June 10th – Superhero Transition Day Yr 5 am
June 13-14th – Manchester Trip Yr 5/6
June 13th – Year 2 Transition
June 18th – Vale of Clwyd Sports – Deeside
– Year 6 Transition Session at RSS
June 19th – PC Llinos am Yr 3/4
June 20th – Reception Family Service
June 21st – Year 2 Transition for parents
– Summer Fair
June 24th – Sports Day Infants AM & Juniors PM
June 25th – Reserve Sports Day
– Year 6 Transition Session at RSS
June 26th – Year 3 Dangerpoint Trip
– Year 6 Sports afternoon in Brynhyfryd
June 28th – Giggles/Nursery Family Service 9am
– Year 6 Church Leavers’ Service 1.15pm
July 1st – Meeting for new Nursery parents 2pm
July 4th – Global Café pm
July 5th – Whole School Transition Day (inc Yr 6)
July 11th – Year 1/2 Trip
– Year 6 Trip
July 12th – End of Year reports sent out
– Musical Showcase 3.30pm
July 17th – Leavers’ Service 1.30pm
July 19th – End of Term