After some very tough decision making, the winners of this years World Book Day competition have been announced in today’s Star of the Week Assembly:
Class1 – Hannah Ahlberg
Class2 – Olivia Hamer
Class 3 – Mia Oliver
Class 4 – Joe Ungers
Class 5 – Elsie Harper
The winners have been awarded a certificate and will receive a book of their choice and all children who entered the competition have received a certificate and a pencil. Well done Bryn Offa 🙂
Thank you so much to all of the children who entered our ‘Extreme Reading Competition.’ We have been overwhelmed with the number of entries and the amazing places you have been caught reading. The photo’s have been shared in today’s assembly and winners will be picked by teachers ready to announce in tomorrow’s Star of the Week Assembly. A huge well done to all of the children for the fantastic costumes worn for ‘World Book Day.’ You all looked absolutely brilliant. Take a look at the powerpoint to see all classes entries 🙂
Thank you so much to everyone who contributed so generously to ‘Operation Christmas Child.’ We have been absolutely overwhelmed with the gifts donated and even had to order more boxes! The gifts were dropped off at Morrisons in Welshpool on Friday and we just know they are going to make less fortunate children around the world very happy on Christmas morning. Thank you Bryn Offa 🙂
Bryn Offa would like to thank Booka Bookshop for their kind donation of Marcus Rashford’s ‘You are a Champion’ to all of our year 6 children. The pupils cannot wait to start reading!
We are having the most amazing time at Arthog! The children have already had the chance to play on the beach and in the sea! Last night, we walked into Barmouth and enjoyed ice creams and lollies on the beach. Over the next few days, the children will have the chance to go climbing, raft building, canoeing and gorge walking. Everyone will have some incredible memories and experiences to share with you when they get home.
Miss Hyde, Mr Jones and Mr Bevan 😊
During May, Drew (in Class 4) has set himself the amazing challenge of cycling 100 miles throughout the month. He will be raising vital funds for his chosen charity of the Severn Hospice. This weekend he is starting with a 13 mile bike ride, with family, around Lake Vrynwy.
If you would like to support Drew, please visit his Just Giving page. https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/drews100milecycle?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=fundraising&utm_content=drews100milecycle&utm_campaign=pfp-share&utm_term=437be24a52c1439395d87de01feae473&fbclid=IwAR0t64XPtQOh33bEieQYX3AEpPJkekkOGeB7FKwdL9A_e1C88rjiSgr7LmQ
The whole school are extremely proud of Drew and can’t wait to be kept up to date with his progress.
Update – Monday 17th May
Drew has already cycled an incredible 70 miles! Class 4 have given him a massive clap this morning and are proud of his amazing achievement so far. He has also managed to raise £805 for Severn Hospice so far!
Update – Tuesday 25th May
Drew is currently at 89.08 miles! Well done Drew you are so close to your 100 mile target now! Drew has also raised a phenomenal £820 so far!
Update – Monday 7th June
Drew has now completed his 100 mile bike ride. He was invited down to Severn Hospice for a photo which will be featured in the local paper! He has managed to raise an incredible £900! Well done Drew – Class 4 and the whole of Bryn Offa are incredibly proud of you!
Well done to everybody that entered with their fantastic potato book characters – the teachers certainly had a difficult job choosing a winner! All photographs of entries will be displayed in the school library for the children to enjoy. The lucky winners have all received a book as their prize:
Class 1 – Poppy Edwards
Class 2 – Mollie Harvey
Class 3 – Declan Jamison
Class 4 – Maddie Ashton
Class 5 – Liam Evans
This week is British Science Week in school. We thought it would be a fantastic way to welcome the children back to school by the children taking part in some fun investigations and even live lessons. Each class teacher will be updating their Class Homepage with photos so you can see what we have been up to.
Click here to find some advice and tips on how to support your child through the transition of returning to school.http://brynoffa.shropshire.sch.uk/parenting-advice/