Over £4500 raised by St Teilo’s Charity Abseil day
Following the successful charity abseil in March, Friends of St Teilo’s are pleased to announce that the event raised over £4500 towards the Play for Life Project.
John Williams from Overhang (Tenby Climbing Wall) recently attended a special assembly to present certificates to the staff and pupils who scaled the 80ft high Great Keep at Pembroke Castle.
Said Friends Chairwoman, Hannah Arentz, ‘It’s a fantastic amount we’ve raised from this one event. Everyone had a fantastic day and with this money we can start thinking about the new play facilities that the money will go towards. We have to say a special thank you to all those pupils, staff and friends who were so brave in taking on the challenge, as well as all the volunteers on the day. We also have to thank John from Overhang who made sure all participants enjoyed the experience, Pembroke Castle for hosting the event and Sainsbury’s and Santander for their very generous contributions’.
Sports Day for the Early Years and Reception
Sports day for the Early Years and Reception was held last Tuesday (21st June) The children enjoyed taking part in all the races and had a great time. We would like to say a big thank you to all the judges and helpers who helped make the children’s sports day a success!
The children in Mrs Blake’s class enjoyed building dens in the school field and learnt about making shelters, they were joined by Mrs Moss who helped the children to make a fantastic den, well done to you all!
Maths on the Beach
The Children in Mrs Blake’s and Mrs Frearson’s classes took to the North Beach last week in order to enjoy some maths. They made good use of our local facilities and all the children enjoyed the maths activities! Thank you to all the helpers who came to supervise the children.
The whole school went to Scolton Manor on Wednesday 22nd June and took part in lots of different activities put on by Scolton Manor. The younger children enjoyed walking the woods hunting for trolls and loved the activities boxes which where put together for them. The older children enjoyed learning about habitats and took part in a hunt for different species of plants and animals and even took part in a nest building competition. A great day was had by all and a big thank you to everyone who came to help make the trip a successful one.