Extra-Curricular activities are of vital importance to the school for several reasons. They are an essential part of the individual's personal and educational development. Although the school serves a distinct catchment area, it aims at broadening the horizons of the pupils with visits to the theatre, cinemas, areas of special interest, Urdd activities and concerts on special occasions. When an outside visit is arranged then the school asks the parents to make a voluntary contribution towards the cost. We also encourage children who participate in activities at local clubs to inform us of certificates and achievements they have been awarded. Presentations are made in school assemblies and children are complimented on achievements at clubs and societies during their leisure time. The school has strong sporting and cultural traditions.
After School Clubs
The School Council are elected by their class to represent our views. The main aim of the council is to work hard in school to improve our school. The School Council provides a strong voice for pupils at school on how the school is run. They meet regularly with Mrs Morgan and Miss Thomas and discuss different ways of improving the school, fundraising opportunities and much more.
|Chair person||Morgan Lucas|
|Vice Chair person||Brooke Jones|
|Secretary:||Seren D'Angelo, Lucas Neate|
|Year 1:||Macsen Davies, Maise Szulik|
|Year 2:||Dylan Bartlett, Rachel Hurley|
|Year 3:||Dyfan Battenbough, Ella Harries, Gethyn Nordhoff|
|Year 4:||Celyn Morris, Liam Hulbert, Georgia Palfrey|
|Year 5:||Mali Lewis, Lucas Neate, Seren D'Angelo|
Zac Hurley, Brook Jones, Morgan Lucas
School Speakers Award 2017
Iestyn Elcock, Rhianna Williams, Dafydd Rees
Andy Wu, Elin Thomas, Indie Osborne
Elan Rees, Harri Knight
Osian Helbert, Bethan Dobson, Preston Osborne, Seren Morrison
Tric a Chlic, Sumdog, Brawddegau, Bingo, Mickey Mouse Maths, Betsan a Rocco, Guto Nyth Bran, Darllen y Ddraig, Photo Booth, Book Creator
Downloading Google Chrome
Creating Qr Codes
Using J2E5 to create posters on how to make qr codes
Preparing for safer internet day 2018 using 'Do Ink'
10 top tips
Eco - Club
The Eco-Schools Programme encourages pupils to engage with sustainable development and global citizenship issues. Our school has an Eco-Committee that is made up of pupils, staff and govenors. The Eco-Committee meets regulary to discuss Eco matters such as litter, waste and recycling.
Members of the Eco-Committee
|Year 2:||Caian Rees, Ffion Morrison|
|Year 3:||Rhys Jones, Efa-Mai Fairburn|
|Year 4:||Amber Griffiths, Llyr Thoomas|
|Year 5:||Gracie Garland-Griffiths, Cai Thomas|
Jospeh Neate, Elisha Anthony, Taylor Davies
Eco Club at the National Botanical Gardens
- Don't waste electricity.
- Respect school property.
- Keep the school clean and tidy.
- Turn off all electical appliance after use.
- Turn off computer trollies when not in use.
- Eat healthy.
- Walk to school.
- Make the most of the outdoor environment.