Craig yr Hesg Presents.....
We all know what brilliant learners you are, but we also know many of you have other talents, skills and hobbies that you take part in during your leisure time. So if you have something you would like to share on our Wall of fame email Miss Thomas on email@example.com and she will add these to our Wall of fame.
Congratulations to TJ who has won first place in the Vikki Howells Christmas Card competition. As part of the prize TJ has been asked to select a charity to donate £100 to. She will also receive her own set of Christmas cards to give out to her friends and Family. She is very proud of herself as there were lots of entries and hers was selected as the winner, last year she came second in this competition which makes this an even bigger achievement.
Well done T.J.
Olivia Carter, Kenzie Roberts and Jasmine Mollel
Well done to the three children above whose Christmas card designs were selected in the Recent Beth Winters Christmas card competitions as some of her favourite entries in the whole competition. Their entries are shown on Beth Winters website. Click here to see if you can spot the entries.
Leo was very proud to show us his rosettes for this horse riding. We done Leo we are all very proud of you.
Year 6 - RCT Creative Writing Project/Literature Wales
Well done to our incredible Year 6 children who have just had a magazine published by Literature Wales!! Wow!!! The Year 6 took part in a Creative Writing Project with RCT in the Summer term. The workshop was lead by Lucy and supported by Nerida, two authors who were teamed up with the school. They ran two live workshops with the Year 6 children. The children then took part in a further session with the class teacher, where the children re-drafted their work. Lucy has now published the children’s writing in the Timeline Magazine. Click below to view it!
Well done to Aled Morgan for making this insect home with his granddad , he then kindly brought it in to be placed in our School grounds. Da Iawn Aled and thankyou to you and your Granddad for this amazing donation to continue to help us to improve our school grounds!
All Our Wonderful Parents and friends from the local community!
We entered a Facebook Competition a few weeks back to win a bundle of books from Blodau Bach on facebook : https://www.facebook.com/BlodauBachBooks.
We received 148 Votes and came second. Danielle contacted me after the competition and very kindly offered us a prize as we has such strong support from our parents and community. She sent us a bundle of books to celebrate our support.
So a big thank you to everyone who voted and a big thank you to Danielle for her kindness.
If you are looking to support a business who has supported us please take a look at her site the links are below.
Well done to Tayla Jai-Robson for her fantastic Woodland Project book she created at home! What wonderful independent learning! She used her artistic skills, writing and reading skills to complete this project! We are all so proud of you and your hard work on this! Da iawn I ti!!
Teagan Headford from year 4 astounded the judging panel of Hope Rescue’s short story with her heart warming entry all about Jan and her dog Lola in a watery adventure. Teagan’s story will be read aloud by Rhod Gilbert, as well as published and illustrated by the charity! A huge well done to her, and completed during home learning itoo.
For winning this competition Teagan has will also receive a Kindle Fire, she will name a Hope Rescue dog and will also get to visit the rescue centre, when it is safe to do so. We are all so proud of you here Teagan! Da iawn I ti!
Ayva Mardon Hughes
During lock down, Ayva entered a competition organised by Sugar and Spice Pontypridd and Bigjigs toy company where she was required to talk about her favourite toy. She had to submit a video to this competition and amazingly she won second place in this competition. Mum said she was so proud of her and Ayva was really please with her prize which she can be seen above with. Da iawn Ayva, we are all so, so proud of you!