News: Class 2 Harvest Celebration

Hello Class 2, Parents and Carers,
We have now uploaded our Class 2 Harvest celebration to your Google Classroom account.
You will need to log on to HWB and access Google Classroom. You will access the Celebration in your Stream.
We hope you enjoy,
Have a lovely week off,
Mrs Shickell and Mrs Greenough.

News: Year 6 to 7 Transition

Polite reminder:  Applications close on the 6th of November 2021 for Year 7 Admissions.  Could all parents/guardians of year 6 pupils please ensure an application has been completed online with Flintshire County Council.

News: Harvest Food bank appeal request

Dear Parents/ Guardians,
Next week we will be celebrating harvest, this is a time of year to give thanks for the food that is harvested and to think about and support others who are struggling to buy food.
Class 3 have been learning about World hunger as part of their class topic ‘Fabulous Food/ Food for thought’. They have all said they want to help make a difference in our local community. One of the suggestions is to tie in with harvest and ask for pupils from Ysgol Brynffordd to donate food to our local food bank, at St Peter’s church in Holywell.

We will be having a collection and would be very grateful for any food donations that can be offered to be brought to school on Tuesday 19th October. There will be two boxes: one at each entrance of school where donations can be left. This will be the only day for donations as the food bank will be collecting on Tuesday morning. However, if you miss this date and would still like to help, St Peter’s church is open on Wednesdays 14:00 – 15:30. 

Please find attached a poster listing items requested by the food bank. They also specifically need: – tinned tuna – tinned meatballs – breakfast cereal – toiletries – spaghetti Bolognese – curry
Thanking you in advance.
Mrs Roberts

News: School Meals Theme Day Tuesday 19th October 2021

NEWydd are pleased to share that the next Theme Day on Tuesday 19thOctober will be in recognition of the fantastic work that the NHS, along with many others, have done during the current pandemic.

They will be working with The Woodland Trust to award three schools the chance to win a 30 Tree starter kit each to plant in or around the school area. They are planning on continuing this offer with all their Theme Days this year and anticipate this will mean that over 500 new trees will be planted in Flintshire. Trees not only improve our psychological health but also contribute to keeping our bodies healthy.

The winning schools will be chosen at random from those schools taking part in the theme day.

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