JANUARY 2019 – MOCK EXAM TIMETABLE
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Interim Reports will be coming out before the end of term via the SIMS Parent App, paper copies of the report will only be printed if requested
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Children In Need-Friday 16th November, Non School Uniform/or Fancy dress will be allowed.
£1 donation and if there is a sibling in school 50p.
Cake sales will be taking place during the day, but lessons will go on as normal
History Pupils at Cefn Saeson have been making origami poppies to commemorate the men who lived, fought and died for our freedom. The display outside the Main Office is based on a 2014 art installation which saw the Tower of London’s moat filled with over 888,246 ceramic poppies, each representing a British or Colonial fatality in the First World War.
During the First World War much of the conflict took place in Western Europe. Countryside that had once been beautiful was devastated by bombs and lengthy battles. The landscape turned from green fields to mud, bleak and barren land where nothing would grow. Bright red poppies however somehow survived and thrived in the chaos and destruction around them. They grew in their thousands, turning the muddy landscape into a sea of red.
Remembrance 100 years ago reflected the harsh reality that almost every family and community in Britain had been directly and very personally affected by the First World War. Remembrance in Britain today reflects many of the changes brought about 100 years ago. It also connects those who have died and been affected by the many confits such as those in Iraq and Afghanistan. Remembrance is something that touches people of all ages and backgrounds, faiths and political opinions.
On Friday, November 9th, staff and pupils will be observing a minute silence to remember the men and women who lived, fought and died in order to give us our freedom.
Lisa Williams, Head of History, Cefn Saeson.
Year 11 photos will be happening on Monday 10th of December.
We are very proud to announce that we have gained the Unicef Bronze Rights Respecting School Award. We are working hard to gain our silver #UNICEF #children’s commissioner for wales award.
At Cefn Saeson we are working to become a school where children’s rights are at the heart of our ethos and culture, to improve well-being and to develop every child’s talents and abilities to their full potential.
What is Unicef?
Unicef is the world’s leading organisation working for children and young people and their rights. In 1989, governments across the world agreed that all children have the same rights by adopting the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). These rights are based on what a child needs to survive, grow, participate and fulfil their potential.
How will it impact our pupils?
Cefn Saeson pupils will learn about their rights by putting them into practice every day. A Rights Respecting School models rights and respect in all its relationships.
We really hope that you will be able to support our school on our journey towards becoming a Unicef UK Rights Respecting Silver School. For further information about Rights Respecting Schools please visit: www.unicef.org.uk/rrsa
|The Rights Respecting Schools Award | Unicef UK
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