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I’ve just had confirmation the water is back on in school, and supply uninterrupted. School open on Friday 28th June.
Class 5 will still go on their visit to the church tomorrow, but Class 4 will have their visit rearranged.
Apologies for any inconveniences. I hope you were able to make the best of the beautiful day.
Really sorry, but we have no water in school so have to close today for children and staff. Assume normal opening tomorrow.
The situation at school remains the same. We are open, but there will be no access to the school car park for parents as we need the space to turn the busses around. Will update if the situation changes.
Update – Sunday 28th
With the current state of the roadworks outside school, it is looking likely that we will be able to open the school but with a few restrictions. We are unlikely to allow access to the car park for anything other than the school buses, so parents will need to use the car park of The Cross Guns, or make other arrangements. As the roadworks are extensive, it may be that other arrangements involve walking, car shares or even parking at the village hall and walking down.
We are expecting work to restart early tomorrow morning so please watch out for updates from 7:30am
The KS2 girls football team visited the Marches for a tournament on Wednesday afternoon.
We started off with the group stages where the girl drew two games and won one. The girls finished second in the group.
We’re still waiting to hear where the girls came over all but the girls didn’t loose a single game and played fantastically!
Well done girls!
On Monday 4th March the KS2 Boys football team headed to Oswestry school for a tournament.
After coming second in our group the boys went on to the semi final.
The boys won their semi final game and faced Morda in the final.
Unfortunately Morda just beat them winning 1-0, however coming in second place out of ten teams is an absolutely amazing achievement!
Well done Boys!
On Tuesday 12th February, Bryn Offa’s KS2 girls football team headed to a match against Criftins, held at Gobowen Primary School.
The girls played absolutely fantastically!! I can’t tell you the score as they want to reveal it in assembly on Friday but just know they did amazingly well!!
Well done girls!!
On Wednesday 6th February, Bryn Offa’s tag rugby team represented the Oswestry area in the North Shropshire competition. The team played to an incredibly high standard in very tricky conditions. They managed to win their first three games before losing the final four marginally. A great achievement to get so far in this competition.
Well done to the team