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Month: November 2021

Living Wisely, Thinking Deeply, Loving Generously. Meet our Missio Prayer Leaders


Meet our Missio Prayer Leaders

Today we would like to share our Missio prayer with you.

It is taken from one of our assemblies  when we thought about ‘How we can care for God’s world?’


Our whole school has been working on how we can be well.

We had lots of fun during our Wellbeing Day.

We took time to reflect on our God given gifts from God and time to thank God for our talents during collective worship.

Come have a go at our Rainbow Breathing


Breathe in for a count of 4, and say  “Live wisely”

Breathe out for a count of 4, and say “Love generously”


Beat flu- Common side effects from nasal vaccine


We will shortly be visited by our school nurses who will administer the nasal flu vaccine.

Common side effects from the nasal spray vaccine are usually mild and only last a day or two but may include:

  • a stuffy runny nose
  • Headache
  • aching muscles
  • reduced appetite
  • slight temperature

If you have any questions talk to your school nurse or call NHS Direct Wales on 9845 4647 or 111


Improving our learning environment to provide the very best learning opportunities

In line with the school’s vision for Curriculum for Wales:


Our School Vision

We are a Welsh Catholic school with a strong sense of community that caters for children from the age of 3 to 7. Our school vision is encapsulated in our school motto ‘We can do our best and God will do the rest!’  and in Article 29 – ‘Your right to be the best you can be.’ Our Catholic vision and values are at the core of everything we do. They guide our children and underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our children as confident happy citizens of Wales and of the wider world.  We provide a Christian Community where the Catholic Faith is taught and nurtured, giving learners the best possible learning experiences and outcomes. We are extremely proud of all that goes on here.

The teachers, Governors and children have been working to deliver the very best learning environment in which to embed our new curriculum. During the Summer holidays a number of building projects have gone on.



Neath Port Talbot CBC have funded the building of an outside classroom, which the children have named ‘the bandstand’.





A covered area has also been built to allow learning activities to take place adjacent to the ramp accessing Reception and Year 1 classrooms.