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Friday 12th April

Dear Parents and Carers,

I hope you had a restful and enjoyable Easter break. It has been a pleasure to welcome the children back to school this week and see their enthusiasm for learning.

I am delighted to share that our Jump Out Day was a great success, with parents joining us to view the fantastic videos showcasing the children's spring term inquiries. For those who were unable to attend, the videos will be available on our school website for you to enjoy.


As we look ahead to the summer term, the children will be reflecting on their previous inquiries before embarking on new learning adventures. We will be sharing more details with parents next week, so please keep an eye out for that information.

I would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all the children, families, and staff who participated in the Smarty Challenge over the holiday. Your support for my fundraising efforts for the NSPCC is truly appreciated. If you would like to contribute, please visit my JustGiving page at the link provided.

James Griffiths is fundraising for NSPCC (

With mixed emotions, we bid farewell to Mrs. Meek, our cherished school cook, who is moving on after eight memorable years. Beyond her delicious meals, we'll miss her genuine warmth and the invaluable contributions she made to our school community. While her departure leaves a void, we wish her nothing but the best in her new role at a veterinary practice.

In a heartfelt gesture, we gathered for a special assembly to express our gratitude with gifts, cards, and a poem commemorating her hard work in Llangan. Mrs. Meek, as you embark on this new chapter, please know that you'll always have a place in our hearts. Keep in touch, and may your future be as bright as the memories you leave behind.

Also in staffing news, Mrs Day our much-loved midday supervisor is also leaving us and retiring at the end of April after 14 years in at school.

Thank you for your continued support and involvement in our school community. Together, we can make a positive difference in the lives of our children.

Warm regards,

Mr Griffiths