The online registration form to use the emergency childcare hubs is now live at www.powys.gov.uk/emergencyhubs.
Parents who are critical workers will need to register their children on a week to week basis.
The closing week for applications will be 3pm tomorrow (Wednesday, April 1).
We started today with a whole school singing and dancing activity.
Both the children and adults thoroughly enjoyed!
If you need to contact your child’s class teacher please see the email addresses below:
BlowerM2@hwbmail.net (Year 1/2)
MorrisJ313@hwbmail.net (Year 1/2)
EvansR294@hwbmail.net (Year 3)
EdwardsS490@hwbcymru.net (Year 4)
WattsJ48@hwbmail.net (Year 5/6)
RimmerC7@hwbmail.net (Year 5/6)
LoweL7@hwbmail.net (Specialist Centre)
WarnerM16@hwbcymru.net (Specialist Centre)
We have very kindly been given two fury friends.
Please meet our school rabbits….
After a snowy start and our visit to the Church postponed, we were thrilled that Rev. Petra was able to join us in school and lead our Ash Wednesday Collective Worship.
Rev. Petra explained that Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent – six weeks of preparing for Easter. Lent is a fast – a time of eating less well, and praying more. It’s also a time of thinking about all the things that human beings get wrong and a time to reflect on their choices.
We have been finding out about how Knighton has changed over the years. We enjoyed visiting the Knighton Museum this morning to find out more about these changes. We particularly liked looking at the slate boards and the wooden desks that were used in Victorian Schools and the musical instruments from the past.