Safety Internet Training for Parents / Carers

As part of Safer Internet Day on the 9th of February 2021, WISE KIDS is hosting 2 online interactive workshops which will also feature guest panellists. These workshops will explore how we assess online content and interactions, and the knowledge, digital literacy and resilience we need so we don’t get tricked online.

So come along, to learn more!·

Workshop 2 (5.30pm-6.45pm) is for adults (parents/carers/professionals) who must complete this registration form.
https://forms.gle/UH5y87o187okfmv47

This workshop will be facilitated by Dr Sangeet Bhullar from WISE KIDS and will also feature guest panellist Dr Huw Davies (Lecturer in Digital Education at Edinburgh university), Mrs Josephine Farag from Cardiff High School, Mrs Julia Willis and Miss Ceri John from Cross Ash Primary, Mrs Becki Bawler from Risca Comprehensive School, Ms Sian Northey from the Parent Network, Mr Dayle Luce from Cardiff Youth Service and Ms Parven Kaur from Kids n Clicks.

 

Amser Rhigwm Mawr Cymru – The Big Welsh Rhyme Time!

The Big Welsh Rhyme Time is starting on 8th February 2021.

Click on this link to find out more information;

Big Welsh Rhyme Time Information Pack 2021

We have some fantastic brand new rhymes and songs by artists from Wales which can be seen  on the following link;

https://www.booktrust.org.uk/what-we-do/booktrust-cymru/the-big-welsh-rhyme-time/ 

Explore the website to find, listen to and sing along with some enjoyable welsh rhymes and songs

There is an option to download a certificate for you to keep, alternatively we have some certificates and stickers in school. For those of you who would like to collect a certificate and sticker, please come to school before Thursday 11th February to collect them. The children who are attending school this week, will receive their sticker and certificate on the day they are in.

Don’t forget to take photographs and videos of your child/children participating and email them to your class teacher or save them in your child’s Hwb files.

 

Diolch – Thank you and have lots of fun!!

Mud Run Fun 22/01/21

Y5 and Y6 children that were attending school on Friday thoroughly enjoyed the 1 mile mud run around the field!  A fab way to end a week of hard work.  Well done to all who took part!  Have a lovely weekend.

Keeping fit!

Hi everyone!  I hope that you’ve thoroughly enjoyed your Easter break and enjoyed the lovely weather that we’ve been having.  It’s been fantastic to see all the work that you’ve completed but if you have some photos of you out for a run with family members, playing football in the garden, dancing, cycling, making up gymnastics routines, trying yoga or simply going for a stroll then please can you share those too!  You can email them to me and I will put them on the website!

I have managed to keep up with my running but I really have missed running club with all of you and of course our daily mile!

Stay safe, stay home but stay healthy!

A bit of a rest after a lovely stroll in the woods- diolch Tegan!

HP camping  

Working for a badge in Cubs Haydn- da iawn!

CR 5K run

My Run 5. Donate 5. Nominate 5. for the NHS.  Mrs Shaw will upload her photo shortly!

Wow- you really have been busy Alice!

Mrs Shaw after her 5K run for the NHS and Dylan out on a bike ride!

Doc2 AE

Ballet class via Zoom for Ava!

Platinum Renewal

On January the 31st, Bryony came in to see whether we were still Platinum standard. She spoke with the Eco-Council and they all contributed to the discussion. She gave us some tips that we are all eager to try. But most importantly we had our Platinum Award renewed, success! A huge thank you to Eco-Council for all their hard work during this academic year. 

Writing a child-friendly prospectus for our school.

This year the School Council have decided to write a child-friendly version of the school prospectus. In our first meeting we looked at the existing prospectus and chose the bits we thought would be most useful/interesting for children to read.

We wanted to make sure that the best things we do here in Knighton CIW Primary would be celebrated, such as our Guardian Angels scheme. Also we think that some grown-ups don’t really understand it properly, which is a big shame!

At our first meeting in February we all chose the the parts of the prospectus we were most interested in. Then we went around school taking lots of photographs.

We hope to get the new prospectus finished by the end of this school year.

Guardian Angels.
We have so many great clubs!

Dathliad Cymraeg!

We have had an amazing day celebrating Wales. During the morning, we completed lot’s of lovely fun activities and our prelims for the Eisteddfod. This afternoon we all came together to compete within our classes. The children bravely showcased their talents and we all had a fun-filled afternoon.