We are once again appealing for your generous donations of non-perishable foods to donate to the Swansea Foodbank. The appeal was introduced to the children in this week’s junior assembly. The appeal will be open for the next two weeks until Thursday 18th October 2018. Below is a list of urgently needed food items from the Swansea Foodbank website.
URGENTLY NEEDED FOOD ITEMS
Small Bottles of Squash, Small jars of Coffee, Tinned Rice Pudding, Tinned Fruit, Tinned Carrots or Sweetcorn, Tinned Tomatoes, Packets of Dry Rice (500 grams or 1kg), UHT Milk or Milk Powder, Soup, Jam, Mash Potato, Chocolate Bars/Sweets.
Please bring in items in a plastic carrier bag if possible.
Thank you for your support. We are very grateful for your continued generosity in helping people who are facing difficult times.
Come and join us in support of Macmillan for the worlds biggest coffee morning. Coffee tea and cakes available £2 entry per person. There will be squash & biscuits available for the children 50p per child. All proceeds to Macmillan look forward to seeing you there!
Donation week – Monday 25th June – Friday 29th June 2018.
Please bring in food, drink (in date), clean soft toys, children’s books and coloured items for your class rainbow stall.
Rainbow Stall –
Nursery – Red
Reception – Orange
Y1 – Yellow
Y2 – Green
Y3 – Blue
Y4 – Purple
Y5 – Pink
Y6 – White
All donations very gratefully received!
If you can help out for half an hour please let your PTA Class representative know thank you!
You can collect items from the school office on Wednesday 2nd May 2018 between 8:00- 9:00 am or 2:00-3:30 pm from the school office. Uncollected items will be given to Charity.
Eco Councillors have been working with Mrs Morgan, one of our Grandparents and a fellow Eco warrior to launch The Great Sketty Potato Grow Off.
They have prepared potatoes and pots ready for growing and have given each class two potatoes (to grow on the window sill) in preparation to plant after Easter.
The children will follow a set of instructions to learn how to successfully grow the potatoes and there will be a competition to see which class can grow the most. The children will be able to monitor the growth of the potatoes and when they are fully grown they will be given to Alison our school cook in the kitchen to cook for the children at lunchtime.
Happy growing all!
Pob Lwc Pawb!