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Thank You.

Can I give a huge thank you to the fantastic team of parents/helpers who turned up during the snow closures to dig the school out and clear all paths and entrances. Also a thank you to those who came to make refreshments and keep people going.
A special mention to our super caretaker Mr Whitelock who did a fantastic job over the four days. The community spirit is what makes our school special.
 

 

Monday 5th March

School is open as normal on Mondy 5th March

School closure due to bad weather

Dear Parent/Carer
We are aware that at present there is currently no snow. We have been advised by the Met Office that the weather warning for the area has been upgraded to high amber – very severe. At present, this is in force from 12 noon tomorrow but there is a possibility that this could alter during the course of today.
 
Given the circumstances the Vale of Glamorgan Council have advised all schools to close tomorrow Thursday 1st March and Friday 2nd March.
 
Therefore St Athan Primary School will be closed tomorrow and Friday. Following advice from the local Authority and the Welsh government.
 
Please check the school website for arrangements next week.
 
Sincere apologies for any inconvenience
 
Mrs Haynes

 

STEM Week 

Have a look at all the fun things we got up to in STEM Week

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SPORTS DAY!

A very successful sports day enjoyed by all! Congratulations to our Sports Boy and Sports Girl of the Year!

 

World Book Day!

Pupils at St Athan Primary celebrated World Book day in style this year by dressing up as characters from books.

They spend the day working on fun literacy tasks and using their books to extend and challenge their understanding of stories.

They did a Whole School Reading Challenge and managed to read 1000 words in a day.

What a fun experience for all. 

 

St David’s Day Celebrations at St Athan Primary School

Pupils at St Athan Primary School enjoyed Welsh activities throughout the day e.g. folk dancing, storytelling, rugby skills and singing as well as using ICT skills to produce Welsh interactive posters.The day ended with the traditional Bardic Chair Ceremony which this year was won by Kathryn Lynch-Wilson.

A fantastic day, well done everybody involved.

 

        

 

Transport Information from the Vale School Transport

 

There are a number of issues that seem to regularly cause concern on school transport, so we are writing to remind you of the obligations of parents/guardians and pupils have when using school transport.

The wearing of seat belts is governed by the Road Traffic Act 1988 and legislation requires that all pupils travelling on school transport must use the seat belt provided. It is the responsibility of the pupil to ensure they wear their seatbelt. Primary aged pupils will have a passenger assistant on their transport if the vehicle has 16 seats or more and the passenger assistant will double check seatbelts are worn. Vehicles with less than 16 seats on primary school transport – drivers will ensure seatbelts are worn.

There have been incidents of vandalism and bad behaviour on some buses.  Pupils travelling on any service vehicle who misbehave, cause, or risk causing damage or injury to the vehicle, driver or other passengers may have their pass withdrawn.  If the behaviour results in repairs being needed to the vehicle, the operator is within their right to pass those costs onto the pupil(s) involved.

Many Thanks.

 

 

Estyn Report 2016

Please take 5 minutes of your time to celebrate with us the amazing results in our inspection report.

Estyn Report

 

 

Policies

Please click link above to view our school Policies.

We are proud to say we are a

GREEN SCHOOL

There is a clear explanation of the colour catergorisation on the wales online.

 

Value of the Month

Starting the term off our value of the month is 

Chief Executive of the Welsh Rugby Union Visit

June 28th 2016 we have been lucky enough to have a visit from Mr. Martyn Phillips Chief Executive of the Welsh Rugby Union. Mr Phillips spent the morning with our year 6 pupils. There was a brilliant question and answer session. Well done year 6 and a huge thank you to Mr Phillips.

Mr Phillips also presented our Sports girl and Boy of the year trophies.

      

He also met our rugby team.

We are now a

LEAD CREATIVE SCHOOL

Jane Hutt Visit 

We have had the pleasure Jane Hutt AM of asking to visit us once again, to see all the great work being done at our Community Coffee morning and Putting Families First sessions.
She was extremely impressed with our school and the parents sessions. 
Again another successful example of our school and families working together.

Jane Hutt Visiting Breakfast Club