Criw Cymraeg have been busy trying to establish a visual Welsh ethos around school. They have launched a Croeso poster competition for Half Term and the winning design will feature on a banner in the school carpark.
More Information will follow. Pob Lwc!
The Art Exhibition started with a flurry of visitors this afternoon, looking at the wide range of artwork on offer. Every class in the school has provided and displayed their recent artwork, which they are all extremely proud of.
The artwork displayed shows a variety of techniques and styles, which the children have used to celebrate religions from around the world. It is definitely worth a visit this week if you have not already attended. Don’t just take our word for it!
Greg Rees Shield
It has been a busy day at the first Greg Rees Shield and lots of fun has been had by all schools involved. Netball, football and rugby teams attended from seven schools: Gowerton Primary School, Gwyrosydd Primary School, Penyrheol Primary School, Pontybrenin Primary School, Sketty Primary School, St. Thomas Community Primary School and ourselves.
The tournament was kindly supported by the South Wales Police with their donation of the Greg Rees Shield and their presence throughout the day was greatly appreciated. Further thanks must also go to Swansea City Community Trust for providing football referees, Tom Sloane for the rugby, Gower College for their students supporting the football and rugby, and to all staff that supported the event with such positivity and enthusiasm.
The Greg Rees Shield was contested using a points based system: 3 points for a win, 2 points for a draw and 1 point for a loss. The winning school today was Gwyrosydd Primary School. A big congratulations to them and all that took part in the tournament.