Year 4 @MablinsSchool continue to have a fantastic time. Although it was grey they had a great morning on the beach, spent the afternoon with RNLI at Treaddur bay, followed by a demonstration and then a birthday celebration at dinner
Year 4 @MablinsSchool Anglesey update Everyone’s enjoying breakfast after a good night sleep; getting ready for beach activities today!
Year 4 @MablinsSchool have devoured dinner followed by enjoying toasted marshmallows around the fire on the beach. What a fabulous end to a wonderful day.
Year 4 @MablinsSchool enjoyed their first adventure. They have been to the South Stack Lighthouse. They have been birdwatching from Ellins Tower. Pictures are the view to the lighthouse and the top of it. Everyone’s having a fantastic time
Year 4 @MablinsSchool have all arrived safely in Anglesey. Lunch has been eaten and they are off on their first adventure!
More excitement in Year 1 @MablinsSchool …. Yesterday 3 mysterious eggs have arrived in year one! We wonder what they could be?
Today the children received a police report explaining that there had been sightings of dragons in the area. We have been learning a story map for how to trap a dragon […]
@MablinsSchool has a special visitor in assembly this morning. Steve from Cheshire Downs Syndrome Support Group to tell the children about Down Syndrome. Steve told us about John Langdon-Down whose life work was to understand & help people with Downs Syndrome @cdssgroup @DSAInfo
Steve introduced us to several famous people who all have Downs Syndrome Sarah […]
Thank you to all the parents who joined us for the PWA activity session yesterday. We had a fun time with Martin and Andy from PWA #princewilliamaward
Year 1 @MablinsSchool chicks continue to thrive and seem to continually grow bigger and bigger!!
Binkey and Dorito still prefer to hide, but we have manged to catch sight of them! Binkey is on the left and Dorito on the right.
Year 1 @MablinsSchool had a fantastic time in our Forest School area last week. The children loved their time outside & did some very worthwhile learning in their outdoor experiences linked to the transport topic. A big thank you to Mrs Manning & Mrs Wagstaffe for organising it