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Soccer Aid June 2019


Soccer Aid for Unicef 2019 is just around the corner and we will be taking part in a playground challenge. We are raising money for children whose lives have been disrupted by disease, hunger and poverty.


What are we doing?

The children will take part in an obstacle course on Monday 3rd June.  We encourage them to wear their football kit or sports clothes and bring a donation of £1 for taking part.  Children will have the chance to win a football for competing the obstacle course.  Every £1 our school raises for Soccer Aid for Unicef until 23 July 2019 will be doubled the UK government. 


Why are we doing it?

The money we raise can help provide life-saving food and vaccines, life-changing education and protection from violence so that more children are able simply to be children. Just £20 could provide antibiotics to fully treat 50 children suffering from pneumonia, and if our school raises £172 this could provide a nursery-in-a-box full of toys, games and books to help children learn through play. (Children’s Rights Article 31: Children have a right to play and relax)


We really appreciate your support and hope that you will join us to play, fundraise and change children’s lives.


To find out more about Soccer Aid for Unicef, visit


Thank you,


Wellbeing Council







The Big Pedal 2019


In April, the school took part in the Big Pedal organised by the wellbeing council.  We encouraged children to scoot, walk and pedal to school to keep fit and to reduce pollution. We came 26th out of all the schools that entered in Wales and 534th in the UK. There was a big increase in the number of bikes and scooters in the bike shed and this has continued after the Big Pedal.

The Big Pedal April 2019

Children's Mental Health Week March 2019


Anti-bullying week 2018


For anti-bullying week, the wellbeing council encouraged pupils to be a ‘bucket filler’ by being a good friend and thinking of others. Each class had a bucket and teachers awarded a cube if they spotted children being kind. For friendship Friday, pupils wore odd socks to represent that we are all different but all unique

Wearing 'odd' socks for friendship Friday. We are all different but all equal!

The Wellbeing Council  had a variety of activities for all pupils to take part in Friendship Fortnight.


These included:

  • Designing Friendship posters

  • Discussing what makes a good friend

  • Watch videos and reading books about friends

  • Writing compliment cards to anyone within the school

Wore odd socks to symbolise that everyone is All different All equal


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