School Closure

Dear Parents, Due to heavy snow and continuing difficult weather conditions, school will be closed on Monday 11th December. If the snow stops, we hope to clear the school site tomorrow and reopen on Tuesday. We will provide further updates tomorrow. The Year 3/4 Christmas concert will be rescheduled to Monday 18th December at 1:30pm … Read more…

Welcome back!

We hope you have had a lovely Summer holiday. School starts back for all pupils on Tuesday 5th September. If you wish to purchase any school jumpers, polo shirts or water bottles, the school office will be open from 8:30am-12:00pm on Friday 1st September and 8:30am-12:00pm on Monday 4th September. We look forward to welcoming … Read more…

Daily Post Awards 2017

Today Mr Williams, Mrs Moore, Brie Roberts and Joshua Philips attended the Daily Post Awards at Coleg Cambria, Deeside. It was in recognition of the sports clubs run by parents & teaching staff, Rugby Cups we have won, girls rugby and football,  healthy snacks, tooth brushing, healthy week and Wrexham FC Health & Well Being Project etc. We … Read more…

Nursery and Reception Sports Day

Hope everyone is looking forward to Sports Day tomorrow, as they have given warm weather, please can I remind you to make sure the children have suncream on , bring a hat to school, sunglasses and a water bottle. Enjoy the sunshine Many thanks Mrs Jones x


Update: At the moment we are not expecting the bus back until 5:45 due to heavy traffic

School Rugby Success

A lovely A4 page of photos, mostly of our winning teams in the Leader today. Some amazing action shots. Out girls team have been invited to play before Crudaders play London Skolars at Queensway in May.

Glan Llyn

We arrived safe and sound. We have been out in the lake canoeing which was fab. Then we’ve just finished the climbing wall. Just had a drink and some crisps and now we’re off to play bingo, see the falcon man, then tea and disco. Busy, busy, busy. Can’t post pictures of the children in … Read more…

Year 1: Kerbcraft

Year 1 pupils had their first Kerbcraft session yesterday.  The pupils learned about the dangers when crossing the road, and what to look for on parked cars.  The sessions will continue each Wednesday for the next 11 weeks.  Thank you to George Walker and our volunteer helpers.