WG announcement – schools in Wales remain repurposed until at least 29th January

We have woken up to hear the same news as you this morning. WG have announced that schools will remain closed until at least 28th January, possibly half term unless there is a significant drop in cases of the virus.
This is a very sad situation and one that parents and schools will not have wanted unless absolutely necessary to keep children, families, staff and wider communities safe.
However we will all be aware of the very concerning situation with the numbers and new variant in Wales, particularly Wrexham and North Wales at the moment. Hopefully this time limited period of closure will have an impact on these numbers and we can again welcome the children back when it is safer.
By looking after ourselves, our families and together our communities we will come through this again.

Need help with accessing work online?

It isn’t easy when families are trying to work and learn at home, sometimes with a limited number of devices.  One of our teachers saw this information about gaming machines which might repurpose them for part of the day and help. 
We still have a limited number of laptops in school that we can loan out. Please contact your child’s teacher if you are struggling and we will do our best to help.

Welsh Government Announcement

Welsh Government have just made a national announcement that online learning will be extended to 18th January.
We will be in touch tomorrow with any further information.
Look after yourselves and your families. Take care and keep safe.

Arrangements for the first week of term

Blwyddyn Newydd Dda.
Following on from our communications on 18th December, an important email has been sent this morning.
If you are a frontline critical worker and genuinely have no safe alternative provision for your child/ren next week, there is information in the letter which has been emailed which requires a response.

Many thanks.

Our caring hearts

Just a small selection of the ‘caring hearts’ that children across school made. We had so many, we were able to share them between Nightingale House Hospice and Pendine Park Care Home.  We hope that the messages will help brighten the day a little of patients, residents and staff ❤️