A big thank you to everyone who donated to last week’s Children in Need, we raised £ 270.00.
Parent Governor Elections – Please look out for the letter coming home today. Please complete the form and return by next Friday morning.
Elf Day – On December the 4th the school staff will be dressing up as Elves and donating money to the Alzheimer’s Society.
If any children would like to join in too they are more than welcome, and there will be an offer on sQuid for any donations.
Our School Christmas Dinner is on Friday 11th December, if you haven’t done so already please complete this short questionnaire. That day is also our annual Christmas Jumper Day in aid of Save The Children, children are welcome to wear a festive jumper and there will be an offer on sQuid for any donations.
Christmas Concerts – Unfortunately we will not be able to put on our Christmas Concerts this year, however we hope to be able to film each class performing an item, and edit them together into a video. We are still working out the details, and will need to get parental consent for children to appear in the video, but this will be in the next couple of weeks.
Welsh government launches ‘Parenting. Give it time’ campaign
The Welsh Deputy Minister for Health and Social Services, Julie Morgan has launched a new campaign to give information, support and advice to parents. “Parenting. Give It Time” recognises that the pandemic has had an impact on families, including through increased isolation, supporting children who are self-isolating, or dealing with children’s anxiety. The new campaign provides information to parents on how to understand and respond to their children’s behaviour. It offers practical tips and advice on a range of issues. The core three themes are: your child’s behaviour, giving your child time, and supporting parents through the challenges they face. Full details available here: https://gov.wales/parenting-give-it-time.
COVID-19: Useful videos
As always, a big thank you for bearing with us at the beginning of the school day while we check that everyone is well and doesn’t have any Covid symptoms, and for keeping everyone safe by adhering to social distancing. Diolch