Forest School

Great work by all the year 3 children that attended our Forest School session today. It was a challenge finding dry fuel for our fire, but the children were an absolute credit and worked well as a team to ensure we had a healthy treat at the end of the session. Da iawn!

Fire Engine

Thank you to Knighton Fire Brigade who kindly brought their fire engine to the school. The children had a fabulous time exploring the equipment.

A Visit from Knighton Fire Crew

A MASSIVE thank you to Knighton Fire Service who visited us today to help us understand the role of a Firefighter. We had an in-depth look into the Fire Engine and learned about the equipment and what the Firefighters use the equipment for. They told us that they don’t only put out fires, but rescue people and animals too. We also saw how far the water can squirt out of the hose! It went a very long way. We had a great afternoon!!

A Visit from Knighton Fire Crew

Our thanks to Knighton Fire Service that visited us today so we could learn about their fire engine. They told us all about the equipment on their engine and how they use it to rescue people, cars and animals in emergencies. We loved it! Diolch!

Auto Draft

Safer Internet Day

We talked about how we search safely for information on the internet. We used the voice recorder to help us.

We searched for information on dinosaurs.

Safer Internet Day

As part of Dosbarth Gwennol’s work for Safer Internet Day the children took part in two activities this morning. The first was to read the story of Mog and Jo. Mog and Jo were two children that loved to play games online. However, one day they saw something that worried them. Luckily they told a trusted adult what was worrying them. We discussed the importance of always telling an adult if something makes us feel worried or uncomfortable.

Our second activity was to express a range of feelings caused by technology and the Internet.

Kerbcraft

Jim and Rob from Powys Road Safety visited us today to introduce the Kerbcraft scheme.

Kerbcraft is a practical child pedestrian training scheme designed to teach pedestrian skills to 5 to 7 year olds, by means of practical road-side training rather than teaching in the classroom.

Kerbcraft is built around teaching three skills: choosing safe places and routes; crossing safely at parked cars and crossing safely near junctions.

After half term, the children will be taught in the road environment near the school, in pairs or groups of three children, by trained volunteers.