Our Head Boy and Head Girl switched on Rhuddlan Christmas lights.
Class 2 visited Gosen church to meet with Pastor McLean
Reception Class visited Abbey Farm to meet the animals
Class 5 visited Rhuddlan Nature Reserve to study the environment
Our school display children's work in the Community Notice Board at the town library.
Our Head Boy and Head Girl laid a poppy wreath at Rhuddlan memorial on Remembrance Sunday.
Class 6 visited Rhuddlan's Green Island Bistro to learn about Vegan diet and healthy eating.
Our Head Boy and Head Girl represented our school at the memorial service for HM Queen Elizabeth II at St Mary's Parish Church
Class 4 and 5 visited Rhuddlan Nature Reserve to work with North Wales Wildlife Trust
Class 5 planted sunflowers at Rhuddlan Bowling Club whilst also being shown how to play the sport by the club members. Look at how beautifully the flowers have grown!
Children took part in a Road Safety campaign with the town council. The winners of a "Kill your speed" poster competition had their designs painted onto the town's bus stop shelters.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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