We very much enjoyed attending the BBC 'Songs of Praise' recording at St Asaph Cathedral on the evening of 13 June. Volunteer pupils gathered at the Cathedral and sang the eight hymns chosen with great gusto! We anxiously awaited the first showing of
This term, in our Cathedral Celebration, the children told the story of ‘The Selfish Giant’ through readings, songs, dance and drama.
We were very excited to hold our Sports Day at Myddelton College this year. Despite the fiercely windy weather, we embarked on the usual round of running, hurdles and obstacle races as well as house shuttle and netball relays. The new stilts in the O
The excitement of the hustings came to Fairholme rather unexpectedly this year as we held our own Elections on General Election Day. Sixteen parties fought fiercely to persuade the electorate (Kindergarten upwards!) that they had the best policies. N
Just this week, members of the Welsh club went along to Deeside Athletics track to take part in the Urdd Athletic competitions. We had some fantastic results. Both Imogen and Leah were 1st in the long jump and 3rd in the 600 metres for their respect
This term we were invited to send two maths teams to Ruthin to battle for the Maths challenge shield. Over 70 year 5 pupils took part in what has now become a regular annual event. The day started with number sequence questions and a numeric crosswor
One of the most enjoyable musicals we have worked on to date, the children worked extremely hard this term preparing for the production, ’Oliver!’. Children have excelled hugely both in main character and chorus roles. It is great to see so many chil
Once again, Form VII have performed fantastically well with a full 100% success in all entrance exams — Ruthin, King’s, Queen’s, Grammar Schools, Rydal Penrhos, and Myddelton College. The pupils have gained 8 of the 10 Scholarships awarded at Ruthin S
World Book Day is a celebration! It’s a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and (most importantly) it’s a celebration of reading.
On Wednesday, 1st March, we celebrated our Patron Saint’s Day. We wore handmade daffodils or leeks to assembly and learnt about the good work St. David did during his life time.