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A huge thank you to everybody who supported our stallholders during last week. The class 5 children have raised just over £600. Which, I am sure that you will agree, is an amazing achievement. As promised, the money will be going on a script for the end of year play; a leavers gift for the school and the remaining will be put towards the end of year trip. It was such a huge success that we have already decided to run it next year. Well done to all of class 5 who made last week so successful.
Last week, Bryn Offa year six pupils took a break from their SAT examinations to lead an athletic master class for the pupils from classes 3,4 and 5. The coaching skills on display were incredibly impressive and all pupils had a very enjoyable afternoon.
Thank you Year 6 for all of your hard work.
Currently, year 5 are spending a day each month working towards their John Muir Award with the Wildlife Trust. Yesterday they had a fantastic time visiting Treflach Farm. They saw some of the farm animals, did some pond dipping and even created lovely charcoal drawings of the surrounding landscape.
Please find below a copy of the presentation shown to Class 5 parents’ on 22/9/17.
Good morning all.
It’s already been a busy morning. Children have eaten, packed and are currently waiting for the instructors for our final activity before we depart.
Their organisation and independence shown this morning has been impressive.
I’m expecting to be back at school in good time for the 3:15pm collection.
We look forward to seeing you then!
Our final full day has come to a close. Children had a morning of kayaking and canoeing on a beautiful lake. This was ended with many of them taking a run and jump off the jetty. Even the staff had a go.
In the afternoon we altered the schedule so that it included a hill walk. Children pushed themselves and encouraged each other to complete the 3 mile route taking in breathtaking scenery as they went.
This evening was the nightline, possibly the best night activity. Children had to complete an obstacle course through tunnels and tyres whilst blindfolded. Communication was key – all were successful.
Hot chocolate has now been drunk and lights are off. All children are looking forward to seeing their families when they return to Bryn Offa.
I would just like to add that the behaviour of the children has been first class. It has been a pleasure taking them away. Instructors have been impressed with how well mannered and supportive they are to their peers.
See you tomorrow.