*Following advice from Public Health Wales in relation to COVID-19, we are unable to give out the patient information leaflets that each pupil would have received following their fluenz nasal spray.*
Please see attachments of patient leaflets for your information:
Patient Leaflet *Please read*
Beat Flu-Children Postcard information
PPE- How the nurses will look during Fluenz Nasal administering
For more information see link blow.
Here at Ysgol Crug Glas, we have always been committed to ensuring equality of education and opportunity for all. This has remained our focus throughout these testing times of the global pandemic, when lock down has meant finding new ways of supporting our pupils and families.
It is with great delight that Wales Online have recognized the efforts of our staff and families. I am immensely proud of the school community ethos we have.
Here is the Online link if you have not already seen it.
Thank you once again to our fantastic staff and pupils here at Ysgol Crug Glas.
It is a very worrying time for us all at the moment as a result of COVID-19. We hope that you are well and staying safe and enjoying the activities that are being sent home to you from our staff. Don’t forget to check in on our Resources page for updates/videos that you may be of use 🙂
Remember, Yes I can: Small steps Everyday! Be the Rainbow through this Storm. We cannot wait to see you all again. Stay Safe!
Here are some videos for all the children at Ysgol Crug Glas:
Below are links for Parents/Carers from the Swansea Carers Center. Simply click on the link in order to access help/advice on their Advocacy service and opportunities to join online training/assistance courses. Stay Safe from all here at Ysgol Crug Glas
HFC Advocacy Service
HFC Online training
Everyone here at Ysgol Crug Glas hope you, your family and loved ones are coping during these very difficult and unprecedented times.
There is so much information out there and much of this gets updated on a daily basis, however below is a link for families that includes information and resources that are out there for parent/ carers with the aim that, all being in one place will be of benefit to you. Stay safe. From everyone here at Ysgol Crug Glas.
Swansea PCF Information for Families
Free Play sessions are being held for children with additional or emerging needs during the month of December. No need to pre book, just call in.
Please click on link for more information
‘The Cash For Kids Appeal’ provides support for local children who need help… and without such generous donations, this just wouldn’t be possible.
They have supported local Childrens’ Charities in Neath, Port Talbot, and Carmarthenshire such as The Kids Cancer Charity, NPT Crossroads, SNAC, local schools, childrens’ wards and NSPCC Cymru to name a few and our little school, here in the heart of Swansea were fortunate enough to be this years’ recipients to their fantastic fundraising efforts with an Amazing £17,000 so very kindly raised at this years’ ‘Cash for Kids Ball’.
The aim of the school is to use this money towards the much needed renovation of our Sensory light room… we are involving pupils in decision making via our School Council so that they are an integral part of the choices made, ensuring their voices are heard and we provide an area that with benefit every pupil here at Ysgol Crug Glas.
Not only have we been so kindly gifted money from Cash for kids, but St James’ Place have also generously donated £10,000 towards the school. This will be used on much needed refurbishments around the school.
So from all here at Ysgol Crug Glas, we want to say a MASSIVE thankyou to everyone who was involved in raising this amazing and kind donation!!
Eco School Council meeting Monday 11th November.
Eco Council members with their potatoes.
Indigo and Violet classes were asked if they could start counting the pink and green bags that are collected each week. The evidence could be in the form of photos or a bar graph, and would show how good we are at recycling.
Indigo, violet and blue classes have all had a go at monitoring lights in classrooms and keeping track of classes that are not Switching Off when they leave the room. It seems that most classes do Switch Off as and when they should so the survey has been dropped for the time being.
Potato Day will be on Wednesday 20 November. Each council member was given an earthy potato to take back and share with the class. We will have sensory activities and potato sports on the day, prior to that each class will need to cook something with potatoes to share.
All minutes of the Eco Committee and their Eco activities are now to be found on the notice board by the hall and on the school website.
YSGOL CRUG GLAS.
OUR ECO CODE.
To increase awareness of how we can make our
School more ECO FRIENDLY…..
We want YOU to switch on to switching off…….
We want YOU to take a minute before YOU bin it..
We want YOU to think about what we all eat….
We want YOU to enjoy the benefits of walking on your Educational Visits…
We want to encourage birds, insects and plant to live in our school grounds….
We want to keep a school a pleasant place by keeping it litter free……
School Council Meeting. September 16th 2019
Angela, Seb, Ethan, Seren, and Ryan met today to decide how to make the school a better place.
*Ryan suggested we keep the school in one piece, and NOT TO BLOW IT UP. !
Angela said the best thing about school was Friday.
*We talked about the white room and what we liked about it.
Seren and Ethan like the musical equipment best.
Everyone likes the bubble tubes.
Seren does not visit the light room because she can’t get out of her chair to use the equipment.
We agreed we meet again to make choices when we know how much money Swansea Sound will be giving the school.
*We talked about the importance of turning the classroom lights off when we leave the classroom, every member of the council was asked to turn off the lights or ask the staff to do so. This will help us to look after our planet and help our Eco Schools projects.
*Ethan brought a suggestion from his class that the pupils all help with their class stall for the Christmas fair.
Seren was asked to use her Big Mac to inform yellow and green classes what we have discussed. Ryan would let them know too.