Latest newsletter for the 5th May 2015: Newsletter – 5th May 2015
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On our last night in Pendarren we had a celebration event. The children were then woken early this morning so that all the packing was finished in time. After breakfast we went to the market town of Abergavenny to visit some of the historical sights and buy souvenirs. At 12:30pm we waved goodbye to the Pendarren staff… Read more »
Ms Opie organised a fitness session before breakfast just to take in the fresh air. After breakfast we set off for the Gower Peninsula for our day by the sea. We arrived at a place called Caswell Bay just in time for low tide. We all looked to see what the sea had left behind… Read more »
5O had a special treat this evening with a visit from storyteller Daniel Morden.
The children take their turns to serve breakfast and dinner so very carefully every day. It is all good training and maybe they will try it out again at home! At 9.30am we headed off in the minibuses for an adventure journey across country. We started down in a valley and began to climb through… Read more »
Today the 5O children were put through their paces as they learned how to save a life with emergency first aid training at the Pendarren House.
On Wednesday 22nd April 2015, the St Ignatius Chess Club was launched. 17 pupils of all abilities practised and applied their skills, some for the first time! The group, which consisted of Year 4 and 5 pupils were all engaged in the complex game of logic and strategy. Below are some snaps from the club…. Read more »
Day 2 brought a beautiful morning so we decided to go for walk in the grounds of the house before breakfast. The early morning is certainly the best time of the day in the countryside. After breakfast everybody set about doing all their housekeeping duties. The children were waiting in suspense to see how… Read more »
Newsletter – 27th April
We had a pleasant journey from London with everybody looking forward to the week ahead. The children were excited to see the change of scenery as we crossed over into Wales. Mr Coffey pointed out the River Grwyney and we could see see Pendarren House not far away. We were welcomed by the Pendarren House… Read more »