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Take a look at some of our exciting activities!

2020 - 2021

March 2021 / Mawrth 2021

As part of this term’s topic, ‘Roars and Claws’, Reception children visited prehistoric Whitchurch when dinosaurs roamed the school! Thank you to Dino4Hire for bringing along your dinosaurs to meet us.

Our Red Clothes Day in aid of Comic Relief raised a fantastic total of £580.00! Members of the School Council gave presentations to the classes about Comic Relief throughout the day. Thank you for your support and generosity!

We were delighted to receive ten brand new scooters from the Road Safety Team Cardiff. Using the lesson plans provided we used the scooters immediately for a PE lesson.

WPS Y6 Eisteddfod Bard 2021

Congratulations to Una who is this year's Bard in our 'Virtual' Key Stage 2 Eisteddfod! Please click below to see Una's work and that of the other winners of the Year 6 Poetry Competition.
Llongyfarchiadau to everyone who took part in our Eisteddfod! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

Llongyfarchiadau to Ryan, who was Chaired as the Foundation Phase Bard; and to all the children for their wonderful entries in our Eisteddfod. Bendigedig Bawb!

Please click the links below to see the winners of our 'Virtual Key Stage 2 Eisteddfod'.  Bendigedig bawb!

Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Sant from the Year 6 children attending the Hub.

Year 3 pupils and staff attending the Hub for Key Workers enjoying St. David's Day 2021.

Year 2 children enjoyed a range of activities to celebrate St. David's Day.

Dydd Gwyl Dewi Sant from children in Year 1!

Dydd Gwyl Dewi Sant from Reception!

Nursery pupils celebrated St. David's Day by learning Welsh folk dances, making Welsh flags and eating Welshcakes for snack.

December 2020 / Rhagfyr 2020

Bendigedig! We are incredibly proud of Isaac, who has raised over £450.00 by running 10K to help fund potentially life-saving treatment for Henry, a 5 year old boy diagnosed with High risk stage 4 Neuroblastoma. Da iawn Isaac!

We were sorry that our parents couldn't attend our Christmas concerts and performances this year, so we created productions which could be sent out via Seesaw and Google Classroom. We hope you enjoyed them! Nadolig Llawen!

Diolch yn fawr to the Friends of Whitchurch Primary, who organised an online performance of 'Jack and the Beanstalk' for all children to enjoy, whether at home or at school.

Da iawn to the Year 6 pupils who created Christmas artwork to decorate the wards of the University Hospital of Wales.

Diolch yn fawr to all the pupils, staff and parents who supported Christmas Jumper Day in support of Save the Children. We raised a fantastic total of £538.10!

Bendigedig to Jude, who decided that it would be a great idea to cut and donate his hair to Little Princess Trust. We are so proud of you for being so thoughtful, considerate and caring!

Llongyfarchiadau to Una and Polly, who have both been selected to play football for the FAW's South Wales Girls Performance Squad in their respective age groups, after trials in the last few weeks. ⚽️⚽️⚽️

Bendigedig to children in Year 5, who have been working hard on artwork to brighten up the Covid wards in UHW. 🌈 We had a lovely letter of thanks from the Hospital!

November 2020 / Tachwedd 2020

What a wonderful turnout for our Bike It! Team's 'Bling Your Bike Bright' event: children were asked to decorate their bikes and scooters so that they are bright, bold and easily seen in the darker winter mornings. Bendigedig bawb!

Year 2 had a fantastic virtual tour of Whitchurch Fire Station. 🚒🚨🧯 The firefighters showed us the uniform they wear, the fire engine they drive and the hose they use to put out fires. They also discussed fire safety and answered some of our interesting questions! Da iawn pawb ⭐️

We bid a fond farewell to Caroline Lloyd-Addecott, Head Cook at Whitchurch Primary since it opened, and at Eglwys Wen Primary for several years beforehand. Good luck in your retirement, Caroline.... and many thanks for everything! Pob hwyl!

We made posters to celebrate World Children's Day, imagining a better future for every child, and played chalk games in the playground. Every child has rights, whatever their ethnicity, gender, religion, language, abilities or any other status.

The School Council gave presentations to introduce Anti-Bullying Week (16th - 20th November 2021), and we all marked the start of the week by wearing odd socks to school!

Smiling faces, spots and more spots...... We all wore something spotty in aid of Children in Need, and raised a fantastic total of £735.90! Diolch yn fawr!

Bendigedig Will and Lowri, seen here talking to Wynne Evans on BBC Radio Wales about their fundraising at home for Children in Need. They raised a fantastic total of £270.00!

Mrs. Griffin and members of the School Council with the poppy wreath laid at the Cenotaph by Mr. Roger Haigh, one of our Governors, on behalf of all at Whitchurch Primary School.

We all observed a two minute silence on Remembrance Day, and learnt about why we wear poppies to remember the Fallen.

October 2020 / Hydref 2020

Goodbye and good luck to Mrs. Karamouzis and Mrs. Rowlands, who both started their maternity leave at the end of October. Pob lwc Mrs. Karamouzis a Mrs. Rowlands!

Thank you to everyone for all the wonderful entries in the Friends of Whitchurch Primary Pumpkin Carving Competition. The School Council had such a hard job to choose the winners! Bendegedig bawb! 🎃🎃

We celebrated Wales and the Welsh language on 15th October, Diwrnod Shwmae

Members of the School Council presented a Mental Health PowerPoint to their classes to mark World Mental Health Day. Article 6: You have a right to grow up and be healthy.

September 2020 / Medi 2020

Year 3 loved their cross curricular lesson on Roman numerals! We had so much fun creating our own sums and challenging Mrs K during a Kahoot

What a wonderful response to Bike to School Week (28th September to 2nd October), with children, parents and staff cycling and scooting to school.

Croeso! A warm welcome to Whitchurch Primary School for our new Nursery pupils.

Learning is fun inside and out for our new Reception pupils.

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