Music Lessons (Years 3 to 6)

The school encourages the children to play many varied musical instruments including harp, guitar, drums, brass, woodwind, keyboard and violin.  Peripatetic music teachers visit the school to and provide lessons for a fee.  Children/Parents are asked in July if they wish to start/continue music lessons the following September.  Parents/Carers are expected to agree to pay for a full year’s tuition and will be invoiced via Parent Pay each term (3 terms per year).  Further details available from Reception.

School Choir

We are very proud of our School Choir. They perform at various local venues during the year.  The Choir also has the opportunity to attend the CanSing Event with the Welsh National Opera normally during June.


Urdd Participation

The school takes part in the Urdd Eisteddfod.  Children can compete in various competitions such as singing (individual and group), reciting (individual and group), choir, arts and crafts, and Action Song.  Further details of the Eisteddfod dates can be found on the Urdd website.  The Urdd organisation also offer sporting competitions.

BOBS/Appetite for Life Programme (Year 5)

This gives children an opportunity to share healthy good food practice with their peers and take part in food hygiene training, presentation skills and practice and cooking/sharing food cooked from simple raw ingredients.

Parents will receive a consent form for their child to take part in this scheme.


National Standards Cycle Training (Year 5)

This is organised by CCBC and is offered to Year 5 pupils.

Parents will receive a consent form for their child to take part in this scheme.  Children need to bring their bike/helmet to school on the cycle training days.


Wheels for a Week

This event was organised for the first time during September 2018 and was a great success!  Pupils were encouraged to come to school by bike/scooter/skate board to promote health and wellbeing.


PrePedal – provided free from CCBC for Reception Classes – is a new and exciting way of teaching early years children how to ride a bicycle and will take place within the school grounds.

Kerbcraft (Year 1) – CCBC

This is offered to children in Year 1 and is run by CCBC.

This is offered to children in Year 1 and is run by CCBC.  Parents/guardians also have the opportunity to join in the sessions.

Scootability – CCBC

This is offered to children and is run by CCBC.

School Educational Visits

We believe children learn best by being in contact with real situations, either in the classroom or outside. Consequently, we are aware of the advantages of visits and see them as an expected extension of the learning situation for children within our case. Sometimes these visits mean we have to ask you for voluntary contributions to help cover the costs. On these occasions your child will always bring home a note specifying the amount and the dates arranged.

Sports Days

Conwy Children’s Feast (October)

Residential 1 night stay Glan Llyn (Year 4)

Residential 2 nights stay Cardiff or Glan Llyn (Year 6)

Staff Ensemble Music Performances

The CCBC music teachers visit school and perform for the children.

Nativity Concerts (Infants)

Carol Service (Juniors)

PTA EVENTS include –

  • Film Nights (Juniors and Years 1 and 2)
  • Valentines Disco (Juniors)
  • Christmas Disco (Juniors) in school time
  • Christmas Parties (Infants) in school time
  • Christmas Fair
  • Sponsored Walk
  • Summer Fair
  • Monster Ball (October)


The school supports local and national charities.  Examples include –Comic Relief, Cancer Research UK, McMillan Biggest Coffee Morning, Ty Gobaith, Diabetes UK, T4U Shoeboxes and Children in Need