We have arrived in sunny Wales. Wen had a good trip down on the coach, however, there were lots of questions that sounded like "Are we nearly there yet?".
We would recommend that children come to school in wellies or sturdy boots, but that they also bring a change of shoes to wear during lessons.
The wellies/boots can then be put on again
This Thursday 7th February we are celebrating Chinese New Year with a special school dinner. Thank you to Mr Bolger for supplying chopsticks so we can eat this chinese style!
The Rosary School is closed for pupils on Friday 8th February. The teachers will be sharing training with other local primary schools. Happy Half-term! See you all on Monday 18th February.
Please remember to hand in your slip by Wednesday 6th February to book an appointment with your child's class teacher on one of these dates.
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Hi Everyone i am having the best time in y5 and i also can not wait until y6. Moving up day 2moro and cant wait to see what Sir is like. Also cant wait to see Y6 play, bet it will be AMAZING!!!!
You luckly lot, to see the Olympic torch run by the school. I wish I was there to cheer and eat all the lovely cakes.
Give a big cheer from me,
miss you all Oliver Kerr pictures pleeeees
Hello everyone! It's martha from Year 5. I am having a great time in Year 5! It has probably been the best year so far. Just got to see what Year 6 will be like.
Hey it's Niamh Elliott-Jones and I just want to say Well Done on raising all that money for World Book Day! My brother (Dominic) went as a Wonka Bar! He was slightly hard to miss and he had a great day! The Wonka Bar is in his room and every time I walk by I see it and smile! I am having a great time at SHS and my favourite subjects are Art, Music and English. I am still playing the violin and this summer I will be going in for my Grade 2! I still see lots of other people from my class at the Rosary and I still have my signed polo shirt from the last day! I give my best wishes to the Rosary School Lots of Love, Niamh
Quite interesting to see the work that the year 3 class has done about Kenya. It was my great pleasure to talk to them and hear the many questions they had to ask. Karibu Kenya (Welcome to Kenya) to all of you. 'Hakuna matata!' Fr Kenneth Makokha, OFM Cap Kenya
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