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Willowbrook Drive,
St Mellons,
Cardiff,
CF3 OAY
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Fax:     029 2036 2188
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Healthy Snacks
The Welsh Assembly Government indicates that daily snacks which children bring into school should only be fruit, vegetables and water. This is based upon healthy eating research.

AS SUCH CHILDREN SHOULD NOW ONLY BRING IN FRUIT, VEGETABLES AND WATER FOR SNACKS


Rules, Sanctions and Rewards

Conserving Energy

TURN OFF TAPS, save water.


SWITCH OFF, when not in use.


ENERGY AWARENESS ASSEMBLY

Inspection Report July 2012
CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR ESTYN INSPECTION REPORT


CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR RE REPORT

Welsh Stars of the Week



WELSH STARS OF THE WEEK
7th November

Reception - Jay

Year 1 - Lily

Year 2 - Thomas

Year 3 - Aaron

Year 4 - Daniel

Year 5 - Hope

Year 6 - Grace

30-40-50 Club

The 30, 40, 50 Club is an ‘Endurance Initiative’ for Primary Schools that was launched by Welsh Athletics to improve pupils' fitness.
Each Monday, pupils walk, jog or run a measured 1 mile course within the school grounds. They collect a mile each week to record in their records books. The club is run by Mrs Millington.

School Clubs

Timetable of Clubs


Family Information Service Cardiff

HOW CAN PEOPLE CONTACT THE FAMILY INFORMATION SERVICE?

Telephone - 02929351700 (Monday-Friday 8.00-4.30pm)
Face to Face - At Outreach Events or Visits
WWW.
Email - fis@cardiff.gov.uk
Letter - The Conference Centre, East Moors Road, Cardiff, CF24 5RR
Online - www.childcareincardiff.info/fis

Context for Learning

USEFUL WEBSITES


Reception
Autumn 2 - Shiny Things

Year 1
Autumn 2 - Bears

Year 2
Autumn 2 - Bears

Year 3 and Year 4
Autumn Term - Chocolate

Year 5 and Year 6
Autumn Term - Dodging Doomsday

Incidential Welsh

Everyone have a go at speaking Welsh
Sut mae'r tywydd heddiw? - what is the weather like?
Mae hi'n heulog - It is sunny
Mae hi'n gymylog - It is cloudy
Mae hi'n bwrw glaw - It is raining
Mae hi'n bwrw eira - It is snowing
Mae hi'n wyntog - It is windy
Mae hi'n braf - It is fine
mae hi'n stormus - It is stormy

Weather in Cardiff

Greetings
Bore Da - Good Morning
Prynhawn Da - Good Afternoon
Nos Da - Goodnight

Hwyl - Good bye
Da bo chi - Good bye

School Dinners
School Catering


Primary School Meals.


Safety on the Internet

Learn how to keep safe when surfing the web!

5 - 7 years old
8 - 10 years old
Parents
Teachers

Class Teachers for 2014/15

Reception - Mrs Thomas
Year 1 - Miss Jones
Year 2 - Mrs Hyett
Year 3 - Mr Williams
Year 4 - Mrs Millington and Mrs Bate
Year 5 - Mrs Hitchen and Mrs Armstrong
Year 6 - Mrs Evans


House Points

House points will now be earned by the pupils weekly for good behaviour, work and manners. In celebration assembly, the points total will be announced. Prizes for the best house will be rewarded and yet to be decided.
Year 6 Captains and Vice Captains were voted for by their house and here are the results:


Ty Coch
Captains: Sophie and Rooman
Vice Captains: Ieuan and Elle

Ty Melyn
Captains: Anna and Joseph
Vice Captains: Daniel and Jasmine

Ty Glas
Captains: Emily and Finlay
Vice Captains: Emma and Reuel

Ty Gwyrdd
Captains: James and Chloe
Vice Captains: Ive and Jacob

This week's winning House -

School Jobs

Chief Y6 Welsh Detectives:
Katie, Jacob, Sophie and Emma



Ground Force:
Joseph, Grace, Morgan, Reuel and Renee



Eco Warrior:
Daniel, Katie, Emily, George and Chicago



BIKE IT CREW:
Ieuan, Sam, Alex, Lucus and Joshua



Worship Committee:
Grace, Mollie, Ive and Eguono



Worship Committee:
Sam, Mollie, Eguono, Alex and James

Disco Night

We are holding our Winter Disco on Thursday 20th November.
Foundation Disco (Reception, Year 1 and Year 2): 4.30pm - 5.30pm

Junior Disco: 5.35pm - 6.35pm

We hope all the children can attend. Tickets for the event will be on sale priced £1.00


Dates for the Diary
Academic Dates for 2014/2015

Christmas Dates
Thursday 20th Nov - Disco
Friday 28th Nov - Frost Fair

Monday 1st Dec - Foundation Phase Photo Call and preformance for Little Fishes
Thursday 4th Dec - A Thousand Voices Concert for Choir
Friday 5th Dec - Foundation Phase Christmas Play

Monday 8th Dec - KS2 Dress Rehearsal and Photo Call
Thursday 11th Dec - Carols by Candlelight at 4:45pm
Friday 12th Dec - KS2 Christmas Play

Thursday 18th Dec - Christmas Lunch
Friday 19th Dec - Christmas Party Day

Friday 19th Dec - Early close at 2:30pm

Bishop Childs



We, the children of Bishop Childs V.A Church in Wales Primary School would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our school. We would love you to come and see for yourselves what a learning, sharing and caring environment we have!





Our Equal Opportunities and Strategic Equalities Policy - Draft

Ethos Statement

Church in Wales schools are designated through the Religious Character of Schools (Designation Procedure) as having a religious character.
The following ethos statement has been adapted in all Church in Wales schools:
Recognising its historic foundation, the school will preserve and develop its religious character in accordance with the principles of the Church in Wales and in partnership with the Church at parish and diocesan.
The school aims to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practise. It encourages an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith, and promotes Christian values through the experience it offers to all its pupils.

Vision Statement
The Bishop Childs V.A Primary School Vision is a simple statement of the type of school we wish to see guided by the teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ. In some aspects it is a refection of what we have already achieved; in others it is a statement of how we would like to develop the School. Overall it is the common aim for everything we do from preparing lessons, to working with the children, to recruiting new staff, to improving the facilities. The aim of the vision is for each child to have opportunities to achieve their full potential in their academic, creative, personal, physical, moral and spiritual development.

Since our aim is for our Christian Faith to pervade all that we do, Christ is our lead in our Vision Statement.

C for the Church family, children, community, parents, Governors & Staff to work together to support our caring Church school family.

H for happiness in Christ - travelling towards achieving learning challenges both personal and as a school.

R for respect given through our common faith and recieved by all, who enter our school where children and adults feel they make a contribution and are valued as individuals.

I for individuals who in the Lord are supported with a positive wellbeing goal and a stimulating learning experience.

S for sharing skills and having the strength of mind we see in Christ the teacher never to give up, and so become life long learners in an ever changing technological world.

T for trust in Jesus as our guide to be the best we can be in our learning and our lives.




Year 3 and 4 Chocolate Wow Day



Copper Snake Challenge


Celebrating our School Groups for 2014/15



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Stars of the Week!

7th November 2014


Reception: Oliver and Tasnim

Year One: Jacob and Charlotte

Year Two: Isabella and Jack M

Year Three: Maddy and Harrison

Year Four: Satish and Kiera

Year Five: Megan R and Phoebe

Year Six: Wil and Daniel


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100% Attendance - 100% In it, to win it!


Children who are 'in it, can win it'. This means weekly children who are in school for 100% of the time, their names will go into a computer scrolling programme called '100% In it, to win it!'. The weekly winner in each class will have an additional play on a Friday afternoon and a certificate.

17th October
This week's winners are:
Scarlett - Reception, Keely - Y1, Alex R - Y2
Jessica - Y3, Satish - Y4, Monica - Y5
and Ieuan - Y6

School Council

Fairtrade News


Our Fairtrade Policy


The Siop Ffrwythau is open every playtime and fruit cost 20p. NOW ON SALE DURING MORNING PLAYTIMES, FRUIT FOR 20P INCLUDING FAIRTRADE BANANAS

Our new Fairtrade webpage!
Meet our members.


Quality Mark

We have achieved the 'Basic Skills Quality Mark'. It recognises that our school has excellent standards in writing, reading, spelling and number work!
To view Basic Skills website

Eco Schools Award

Congratulations to our fantastic staff and children throughout the school! We have successfully achieved the Platinum Standard Award. There are only 110 schools in the country who have achieved this award. Well done!

ECO SCHOOLS WEBSITE

KEEP WALES TIDY

Healthy Schools Status

Bishop Childs joined the 'Cardiff Network of Healthy Schools' in 2004. We can now proudly show the Healthy Schools Logo on our website.
Click here to see full report.

We are currently working on the NQA award.

Artsmark Award
WE HAVE BEEN AWARDED THE GOLD ARTS MARK AWARD!


St Mellons Parish Church News

CLICK HERE FOR PARISH NEWS



Interactive Games

Visit Woodlands Primary School Website and play on the interactive maths, literacy and science games. There is aslo a homework help page.



For Infants, click on the logo and have fun playing on the literacy and maths games.


Traffic Wardens




Junior Traffic Warden Scheme


Our bobby offers you a number of ways to let the police know your concerns so that they can tackle the things that mean the most to you.


How to cross the road safety?
Learn the Green Cross Code!
You Stop, you Look and you listen before you cross the road. For more information visit Tales of the Road Website


Year 2 are taking part in the Kerbcraft Traffic scheme.Click here to find out what it's all about

Junior PCSOs in the Guardian

School Award

Amser
Cardiff

School News

Spring News


Summer News



Autumn News

Our Eco Code
Bins are good for recycling and litter
Inside and outside exercise makes us fitter
Scooter, bike or walk to school
Helps the environment and is really cool
Off with lights, smaller bill are paid
Purchase food that is Fairtrade

Charity is the way to go
Helping others we do not know
It’s reduce, reuse, recycle all the way
Less rubbish for us to clear away
Danger to animals and extinction is really bad
Stop polluting our world or she will become sad

School Council

Safety

For the safety of pupils and parents, all pupils are being asked to walk with their bikes/scooters on school grounds. Staff have been enlisted during the week to remind children of this simple but important request. We have seen a great improvement already!
Persistent offenders will unfortunately be asked to leave thier bikes/scooters at home for a short period due to the risk of others.

Bishop Childs' Fundraising
Powershot: £686.00
Art Gallery: £146.00
Christmas Fair: £525.00 approx
Christmas Disco: £165.00
Choir Carol Singing: £50.00

Charity Work

Prospectus