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Welsh Week

In order to celebrate St. David’s Day we decided to hold a Welsh Week where during the whole week we based all of our learning about Wales and the Welsh Language.

Each class was given the task of creating a Welsh Banner about a certain aspect of Wales.

Reception: Welsh Legends

Year 1: Welsh Food

Year 2: Famous Welsh People

Year 3: Welsh artists

Year 4: Welsh Places

Year 5: Welsh Sport

Year 6: Welsh Music

You can see the finished banners on our School Instagram Account or in the Twitter feed on the main page.


Cross Country

On Thursday 2nd of February We had our first cross country race of the year. We did really well at St. Joseph’s school on a windy day, also a bit cloudy.

So, first the girls ran,  it was a tough race! we did amazing! Milena came 2nd, only a metre behind first place. I (Wiktoria) came 3rd, while Holly Bamford came 13th, Caitlin came 17th, Alisha came 26th, next we had Izzy who came 32nd and behind her there was Sophie she came 33rd.

Then the boys ran, they did amazing too! Luca was 4th. Then Ben came 7th, next there was Nathan who came 11th. Soon we had Kian with 24th place. Jake came 27th and then we had Dylan with 32nd place! It was really hard, but so much fun!

We are doing another run on February the 16th, will we do better?

Group D Rugby Results

St Therese’s Rugby Match

Yesterday, St Therese’s Rugby Team drove down to Llandarcy to participate in the rugby. The team consisted of, Nathan Dev, Luca O’ Keefe, Nathan Wells, Kian Owens, Ben Hill, Jayden O’ Keefe, Dylan  Webb, Harvey Mellows, Reilly Piper, Leo Davies and Harry Lambert (Although he couldn’t make it). As they arrived they practiced regularly. As the first match came around, it took a wrong turn. They lost 10-0 and Nathan D was already injured. But as they were already short of one player, despite the short recovery time, Nathan D chose to play on.

Then the second match came around. We tied 5-5 with Nathan D scoring the try. The third and final match came about, we accepted defeat at 10-5, conceding a last second try. With Nathan W scoring  the try for us. All and all, the results were disappointing, with the players dejected and beaten. Alas, we had to accept defeat. We interviewed the coach of the team, to see what we thought. “I’m really pleased with how the boys played. They gave one hundred percent effort and all ten played every minute of every game. While we did lose two games, we created chances to score tries.”

We have a cup game against Upper Nedd on Thursday 16th of February, we hope to see you all there.

Well readers, that’s the summary of the rugby match. Let’s hope we do better next time!


Written by: Bartosz Lesiak and Fletcher Gillings



School Instagram

We now have our very own School Instagram account to share with you some pictures of our daily activities.

The account name is StTheresesPrimary

You will also find a link to it at the bottom of the page under the Follow Us heading.

Due to privacy the account is set to private. If you have not been accepted as a follower by the account then could you please send in your username with your child.