New school year begins
New pupil photos
Individual pupil photos
Llandrindod Wells Eisteddfod – Holy Trinity
Netball league starts
Individual Education Plan (IEPs) sent home
Harvest Festival
Assessment fortnight
Parents Evening
Half term

Bonfire Night – fireworks display
Children in Need charity fundraising
Open Evening for parents/carers
Fashion Show
Christmas concert or Carol Service in school
Welsh Stream Carol Services
Christmas Parties
Christmas dinner and jumper day
Christmas Fayre
Christmas Theatre visit
Christmas Holiday
Young Voices
New pupil photos
Valentines Bingo
Half term

Urdd Eisteddfod
St David’s Day concern and coffee morning
World Book Day – dress up
Red nose day charity fundraising
Cycling Proficiency
IEPs sent home
Easter holidays
New pupil photos
Assessment of Reading, Spelling and Mathematics
Half term
Urdd National Eisteddfod
Sports Day
Class photographs
School Eisteddfod
End of year reports out to parents/ carers
Summer Fair
Induction Week for Year 6 pupils to High School
Cathedral Service in Brecon for Year 6 leavers
End of year class trips
Break up for Summer

Here is what we’ve been up to………….

Harvest Service October 2015

A lovely service was held in the hall, with our new Rector Jo Penberthy providing a fascinating sermon on fairness! The fruit and vegetables were bagged up by children in C4 and sold at the end of the day outside the hall by children in S4. £70 was raised for Scoliosis, the chosen charity for this year. Diolch bawb!

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Sports Day July 2015

A fantastic Sports Day was held today. The weather was beautiful, if a little too hot as the afternoon went on.The children all performed well and there were some amazing races. The children should all be proud of themselves. Everybody had fun and the daywas finished off with a well deserved ice lolly, donated by the Friends of Trefonnen.  The Teachers’ race was highly competitive – being won this year by Mrs Smith. The competition between the houses was fierce, and the points were very close, with Dulais winning the cup in the end. Llongyfarchiadau! Congratulations to them!

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Sioe Mari Jones

Key Stage 2 children recently met Mari Jones, a poor but brave 16 year old school girl who wanted something important – one of the first Welsh language books available to ordinary people – The Bible.

This was an opportunity to learn about Welsh history with fun and excitement. Here’s what the children had to say about the show:

I loved her voice and her accent and the way she sang in a high pitched voice.-Jared

It was awesome the way we could join i n the show and take part.-Adam

I thought that the show was really good. Andrew was handsome as Thomas Charles.-Tayla

I thought the performance was great. I liked it because it was funny -Nathan

The bit I liked was when we got to act. I was the mum.-Ellesse

I liked all the different characters and the fact that it wasn’t all in English.-Megan

I think the show was very good, but funny. I really enjoyed the story of the Good Samaritan. I liked how Mari had her heart set on getting a Bible and that she never gave up. I liked how the children got to join in, and Andrew too-Aiesha.

The show yesterday was really good and it was very entertaining and funny. The actor was very well spoken with a good proper welsh accent. The way she interacted with us all was really good. The bit that Andrew played was epic. She did a really good job of playing Mari Jones.-Javine.

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