Thank you for supporting us and the NSPCC with Number Day - we raised a terrific £152 and all the pupils looked great!
We have organised a series of class assemblies and look forward to seeing you to celebrate your children's work.
Well done to the 56 pupils in the Red category who have improved their attendance in January!
All parents should have received a letter at the end of last term regarding their child's attendance. Each pupil has been given a ranking and we will be working very hard to ensure that all of our pupils can be in the Gold or Green categories. We can not stress how important it is that your children attend school as often as possible. We also need them here on time, as lateness is a huge issue for us.
Remember you can always keep up to date with all the amazing things going on via the school twitter feed @maesglasprimary where you'll see some great pictures!
We've had a visit from our School Liaison Officer PC Thomas who has booked dates to come and talk to our pupils. To find out more and do some activities look at www.schoolbeat.org !
Please remember that we do not allow driving, dogs or smoking on school grounds for the safety of your children.
We've now got over 1000 followers on Twitter - here's a short selection from our busy school life!
Look at the fun we had when Matthew Pritchard came to visit as part of breaking a World Record for doing the most Half Ironman Distance Triathlons in a year! Follow him at www.pritchards100kchallenge.com and help him get to his fundraising target!
We've gone green again!!! Congratulations to Mrs Hall and the Eco Council for gaining our third Green Flag!
Everyone is working hard, and big thanks goes to all pupils for making last term's attendance figures better than ever! We need to continue this term to beat our totals for the year.
We are very proud of our school, our pupils and our community. We hope that you are able to find everything you need here.
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Maesglas Primary School
Please note we share our grounds with Maes Ebbw school.
For the safety of our pupils, please do not attempt to drive on the site between 8.45-9.15am and 3.00-3.30pm.
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