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“SuperStars are coming back to Sketty School for February Half Term to run their exciting Multi-Sports Holiday Courses”

SuperstarsThe course is suitable for all children aged 4-11 and runs from 8.45-15.30 Daily (Mini Stars – 4 year olds finish at 13:00, SuperStars – aged 5+ finish at 15:30). To check dates and availability please get in touch with SuperStars directly via their website https://bookings.super-stars.org.uk or call 02920 090 503.’’

Merry Christmas Everybody!

I’ve been very busy this morning putting together the last School list for Santa and as long as nothing major happens between now and Sunday we should all be ok!

Well done Sketty Primary we’ve all made the good list!

I would like to thank all the children and the staff for their hard work in producing the fabulous Christmas Sharings (all 18 of them!)

I enjoyed every minute of them!

We have had a very busy term with very many highlights.

I would like to thank all parents/carers for all their support in particular our wonderful PTA who are doing such a great job!

All that remains for me to say  is “Merry Christmas everybody,  have a wonderful holiday and a peaceful New Year.”

I look forward with eager anticipation to an exciting 2018.

Mrs Phillips

Head Teacher

Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day

A huge Thank you to everyone for supporting Christmas Jumper Day and wearing your sweater to make the world better!

We raised a fantastic £741.90 – an amazing achievement!

Thank you all so much for your support and donations.

Christmas Jumper Competition

Thank you for all your entries, there were lots of  imaginative designs for school council to judge from, so many in fact that we had to add two new categories to recognize all the hard work and effort that everyone had gone to!

The winners will be revealed in tomorrow morning’s assembly and prizes will be awarded for the top 3 in each category.

Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day Friday 15th December 2017

Please help us to raise lots of money on Friday December 15th by wearing a Christmas jumper and donating £2 to SAVE THE CHILDREN.

Each donation can help provide children around the world with essential healthcare, education, protection and food.

The money we raise can make a huge difference to disadvantaged or disabled children who are in desperate need of help. Your support can give them the chance to be children again so please donate and ‘Wear your sweater to make the world better!’


School Council have also organised a competition to design a Christmas jumper.

Children can be as creative as they want and use a variety of mediums.

First prize – £10 TOYS ‘R’ US voucher

Second prize – Christmas goodie bag

Third prize – large selection box.

All entries to be in by Friday 15th December please.

CHESS NEWS

Congratulations to our successful chess team for another outstanding competitive performance.

The team of Raymond Xie, Dylan Lewis, Daniel Cuthill, Josh Lomax, Hermachandra Kanamatapudi, Rosa MacGowan, Matthew Cuthill, Tristan Xuan, Cairan Winstanley-Thomas and Oscar Abrahams travelled to Cardiff and finished 5th out of 48 schools from the South Of Wales and West of England.

The team were fine ambassadors for Sketty School and the children thoroughly enjoyed the day.

 

Children In Need Fundraising Success! Friday 17th November 2017

A big THANK YOU for helping us to support and raise funds for Children In Need, last Friday, 17th November  2017.

The theme was “Spotacular”.

The day was a huge success, we held a Bring and Buy sale and dressed up in spotty clothes/spotty character. Thank you for all your donations of toys, games and books and also for the spotacular cakes/biscuits and crafts to sell in the sale.

School Council held competitions for the best spotty dressed, best spotty fancy dress, spottiest cakes and crafts.

The top three Spotty dressed  were, in  joint first place, James and William in Y1SW, second place was Darcey in Y3LC/SW and third place, Lenny in Y4SK.

First prize for Spotty fancy dress was Sophia Y1SW, second place was Matthew Y5MW and third was Max Lightfoot in RDD.

Congratulations to you all!

There were also competitions for the spottiest cakes/biscuits and  crafts. Thank you so much for all your baking and making!

The winners of the spottiest crafts were, in first place, Ruby Y4SK, second place Annalisa Y1MJ and third place Abigail Y4LJ. Gwaith Da!

We were inundated with spectacular spotty cakes and biscuits and it was a very difficult decision for school council to choose a top three. However after much deliberating, the chosen winners were, in first place, Rhydian RDD, second place Poppy in Y1MJ and third Sofia also in Y1MJ.  Da Iawn!

During the Bring and Buy sale there were competitions to guess Pudsey’s middle name; spot how many pom pom’s were on Pudsey’s headscarf;  spot the number of maltesers in the jar and guess which spot Pudsey is hiding under.

The winners were Ffion who guessed Pudsey’s middle name was ‘Need’. Eloryn Y4LJ who correctly guessed that there were 113 maltesers in the jar, Evan Y4LJ who estimated there 52 pom pom’s on Pudsey’s headscarf and Josh RDD who guessed that Pudsey was hiding behind smiley spot number 11.

Ellie Y6CJ won the raffle prize which was a beautiful doll cake donated by Eva RDD.

Thank you for all your donations. The sale was a huge success and everyone thoroughly enjoyed. We raised an amazing £585!

The HSA also very kindly donated Friday’s cake stall sales to Children In Need which raised our whole school total to £700!!

Amazing!

Thank you for helping us to raise a fantastic amount of money for Children In Need and for your continuing support.

Mrs B Phillips

Headteacher