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Working Party

This Sunday (22.04.18), members of the PTA are organising a short working party to spruce up the school garden. It’s between 10:30 and 12:30. Mrs Burton has said it will involve: Spreading of gravel, pruning of willow structures and hedges, clearing out the garden shed, weeding of the pond area, planting and rejuvenating the bottle greenhouse and other jobs. Children can join in with

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Our Attendance is on the rise!

A huge congratulations to our families and children for the improving attendance over the last two months. Our school has been highlighted by the Local Authority for the improvements made: As it stands, we were the sixth best school for attendance in the month of February. This is a huge achievement. The Governors and School would like to thank you for supporting us with this. As

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World Book Day and more post-snow fun

This week has been another exciting and engaging one for the children. I’d like to thank you all for your support in getting the children home safely and securely last week and hope that you were able to find some time to enjoy the snow with your children during Friday. Visits, Visits and more Visits! We’ve been lucky enough to receive a visit from

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End of Half-Term Newsletter

At the end of the half term, it’s just a quick message from me.   A big thank you to all of the staff, pupils and families for your support this half term. Some important letters with dates coming home today. You’ll find a copy in the app as well. Also, our newsletter for the half term. Here it is!:        


Music Madness and more!

We’ve had a fun week here at Coastlands. Action-packed and full of exciting learning.   Safer Internet Day On Tuesday it was Safer Internet day and the children enjoyed creating posters and videos around this years theme of “Connect with respect on the internet”. Our Digital Leaders provided lots of ideas and inspiration from their meeting with other schools from within the Milford Haven

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Our procedures in case of snow

Dear Parent / Carer, Just a quick reminder for families with the exciting prospect of a dusting of snow tomorrow. In the event of weather forcing the school to close: -The first place to look will be the Pembrokeshire County Council Closure Page (https://www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/school-closures) They will then tweet out on the Pembrokeshire Twitter and also Pembrokeshire Facebook and inform local media. -We will then

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Out with the winter blues…

Well, well, well….The days are starting to get a little lighter. The clouds are lifting. We even had a dry spell this week to enjoy our play outside. (It’s still cold, but we can’t have it all!) Foundation Phase It’s been lovely to see the changes that Mrs Thorpe and Miss Goodridge were making last week in Class 1 having such an impact on

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WOW!

Wow! What an exciting week here at the school. I am speechless at the amazing opportunities the children have had, the learning that is taking place and the fun that comes as a result. Here are just a few highlights:   Feeling the love As part of our Santes Dwynwen Day celebrations, we were treated to some amazing homework from so many children! Over

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Mid-January Blog

Here’s this weeks blog. Improving teaching and assessment Our second priority this year and an important one. At the heart of what we do is making sure that the quality of teaching and assessment is good across the whole school. Kate Andrews, ERW maths advisory teacher has been sharing a wide range of practical strategies for division with Class 2 this week. We’ve also

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Book Fair

Not a big leaflet from Scholastic this year, and the school didn’t receive many copies. Here is the leaflet: