School Visit to Sennedd
On Wednesday of this week Y6 and members of the school council visit the Welsh Assembly Government in Cardiff Bay. Children were guests of Mr Huw Lewis (Merthyr AM, and Education Minister) - who gave them a tour of the Senedd and answered all of their questions. Pupils were pleased also to return the hospitality and Welcome Mr Lewis to the school for a Q+A session this morning.
We would like to thank Mr Lewis for taking time out of his schedule to give our pupils a real insight in to the workings of the Government of Wales.
This week children in Years 2 to 6 have taken part in National Reading and Numeracy tests.
All the children have work hard to apply the skills that they have been learning this year. Results from these tests will be reported to parents next half term. We will keep you posted.
Year 6 - National Cycle Training
This week children in Year 6 have also received cycle training from Mr Lyndon Bridges and Mr Owen Clay. The scheme is a joint venture between The Fire and Rescue Service and Merthyr Road Safety.
All children who have taken part in the training have achieved Level 1 and most have completed Level 2.
Rain stopped play on Thursday but we are hoping to arrange a date in the next few weeks to allow everyone to complete the course. A huge thank you to Mr Bridges and Mr Clay for their input this week.
School Nurse and Police Visits
The school nurses (Rob Trailor and Gaynor Barkhouse) visited again this week to deliver Stay Healthy Lessons.
Year 1 - have learnt about the importance of Hygiene
Year 3 - have learnt about Fats and Sugars and the 5 a day Message
Pc Rogers has also worked with Year 4 children on Internet Safety.