This term each Form is leading a Whole School Assembly about events and developments over the last 100 years.
It was lovely weather for the St. Asaph Spring Fair over the Bank Holiday Weekend.
In preparation for the Royal Wedding, a competition was held by school Council to design the best wedding cake for Harry and Megan and the most exotic dress for Megan to wear on the big day.
We celebrated May in style this year with our Spring Assembly. We identified various spring flowers and tried to name birds from their calls. Our Scottish Dancing group demonstrated a Maypole dance and then KG, Forms I and
As part of this term’s History topic, the pupils in Form VII were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to visit the new trench exhibit at Bodelwyddan Castle.
We were delighted this term to win the Ruthin Junior Maths Challenge for the 3rd year in a row. Our two teams of 3 from Form VI battled against 23 other teams from 16 schools over a series of mathematical exercises. Firstly,
Just two days before the London Marathon, the children took part in our Fitness Friday. They wore their own leisure wear and joined in with various activities throughout the day.
The second performance was equally brilliant! Thank you to all who contributed to a fantastic show — very much enjoying our new Mount Theatre.
The hugely challenging and rewarding main event of the term was, of course, the production of ‘The Lion King Jnr.’ Everyone was involved in preparation work —costume designers, set designers, lighting controllers, musicians, ballet and drama departmen
All pupils from Form I upwards enjoyed taking part in World Maths Day at the beginning of March. Twenty live games on ‘Mathletics’ of increasing difficulty were undertaken during the day by each pupil and children were battli