Great fun was had by all who attended the latest jungle-themed drama workshop where the children worked towards their own production of ‘The Jungle Story’ based on Rudyard Kipling’s famous children’s book. It was a noisy week as animal sounds and move
It was great to hear that our Scarecrow on an American theme - Neil Armstrong - has won the Schools' Scarecrow competition in St. Asaph. Thanks to Mrs.
We said ‘Farewell’ to Form VII yesterday with a tennis party and barbeque on a glorious sunny afternoon. We are, of course, sad to see them go, but congratulate them on their many academic, musical, dramatic and sporting achievements and wish them luc
Music and Drama departments have been working furiously once again this term towards our performance of ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’.
Recently, Forms V, VI and VII went on a school trip to Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre - home to the third largest steerable telescope in the world, standing at a staggering 90 metres high and 70m wide!
This year many certificates have been awarded to our pupils in the UK Junior Maths Challenge.
As one of our end of term activities we held a tennis day during which all the children from Form II upwards attended a tennis coaching session. Pupils enjoyed honing their tennis skills on what appeared to be the hottest day of the year so far.
Kindergarten were transformed into pirates for the day as part of Barnardo’s Big Toddle. We combined this with our annual teddy bear picnic on what was a lovely sunny day.
Balloons were the theme for the Sports and Open Day this year. The day started with children enjoying having their faces painted and progressed on to track and field events which contributed to individual and House competitions.
Congratulations to Hannah who won her woodwind class playing the flute in a recent Denbighshire Urdd Eisteddfod.