SAINT DAVID’S DAY MARCH 1st 2023
Dear families of Saint Joseph’s
Saint David’s Day will take place on Wednesday 1st March 2023. We ask that all external competition entries are in school by Tuesday February 28th so certificates can be awarded to children. (Please label cooking competition and all entries with your child’s name and class please.) All children will be represented in the Eisteddfod from competitions conducted in class because of the internal competitions taking place. WE VERY MUCH HOPE AS MANY CHILDREN AS IS POSSIBLE ARE REPRESENTED IN THE EXTERNAL COMPETITIONS.
For those families who wish to donate a bunch of daffodils to decorate the stage this would be much appreciated. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!
Saint David’s Day Celebration
Mass 9.20 – 9.30 am – This Mass is being led by Dosbarth Gwynno. The families of these children are warmly invited to the celebration. Please sign in with Mr Shankland in the foyer before entering the hall please.
Social Media Platforms
Be aware that if families choose to record or take photographs we ask that they are NOT shared on social media sites as we do not have the consent of all families to do this and we respect choices and circumstances as a school. Thank you.
Costume for the Day
Children can wear a red ‘T’ shirt, Welsh rugby top or traditional dress for the day.
Diolch yn fawr,
The staff of Saint Joseph’s.
Autumn IT Homework Completed.
Autumn IT homework that was set on line has been completed by all children in Dosbarth Gwynno who were not absent in the last week of the autumn term. Your child's PPTs, descriptions of learning and videos are located here. If parents look on the class page below, videos of the children's learning have also been uploaded as well as on the school gallery. The children produced excellent work and collaborated brilliantly. Their investigative skills were first class.
The four purposes of the new curriculum for Wales inform our teaching. Our learning experiences enable our pupils to be:
PE will take place every. Please make sure you bring your kit and suitable footwear.
It is expected that the children use Bug Club to support to developing their reading skills at home. Books have been assigned to each child.
Children also have access to Mathletics. which is an online learning resource which supports the development of mathematical skills at home. Children are expected to make use of this resource on a weekly basis and work their way through the challenges assigned to them.