At long last, we are able to welcome back Key Stage 2 pupils on Monday 15th March.
I am sure that they cannot wait to return, but for any pupils who have any worries or reservations, please assure them that school is safe and will be very much the same as when they left just before Christmas, with a couple of new faces!
Hot school lunches will be served in the hall as usual. Pupils are encouraged to bring a healthy snack for morning break, with a reminder that ‘NO NUTS‘ or nut based products are to be brought into the school.
We continue to follow all the latest guidance from the Welsh Government and we are confident that we are doing everything we can to ensure that Ysgol Bro Cynllaith is a safe as it can be.
As all children are back from Monday 15th March, there will, once again be more families dropping off and picking up children.
The entrance via the village hall remains for the sole use of the minibus drivers and their pupils for the time being.
We would be very grateful if parents limit the time spent at the school during these times; wear face coverings whilst on the school site, minimise interactions with others, whilst also standing at a safe distance.
Breakfast club is running every morning at a cost of £2 per pupil.
Clwb Cynllaith may not start until after the Easter holidays – this will be confirmed on Monday.
As always, if you have any questions or require any more information then please contact the school.
Thankyou for your continued cooperation and support
Diolch am eich cydweithrediad a’ch cefnogaeth barhaus.