Below are a selection of photos and items to give you a sample of what we have been up to this year. For even more, checkout our Twitter account - @nppschool
June - Sports Days
June 2023 - Food bank collection as part of Refugee Week
June - Refugee Week
June - Grangetown Festival - 75 years of the NHS
May - King Charles III's Coronation week
June - Sensory Superstars at Cardiff Castle
May - Our PAGs get busy
April - Bags for School collection
March - Eisteddfod
March - Moshoeshoe Day - Lesotho
March - STEM Week
March - Book Week
March - Easter
February - Milano Schools Gymnastics Final
Feb - Internet Safety Day
January - Our Music Masters PAG get tuneful
October - Diwali
May - Dydd Seren a Sbarc
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How to create a ParentPay account
Here is a great video from our friends at Lakeside Primary on how to create your own ParentPay account. These accounts will be used to pay for school dinners, trips, etc to avoid staff having to handle cash.
Lunches need to be ordered by Sunday (the day before the week starts) on the ParentPay site. If you do not pre-order any lunches you must provide your child with a packed lunch.
If you have any difficulties please phone the main office on 029 20 388 991.
Welcome back video
This is a video about what school will look like when we re-open on 29th June. It explains how we will be using separate entrances for different year groups to help with social distancing and shows you examples of what the classrooms will look like. We also remind pupils that they will only need their coats (which will stay in their classrooms) and a water bottle; everything else will be provided. We look forward to seeing you all soon.
Pass the Rainbow of Hope video
Everyone at school want to send our best wishes to our Ninian Park community, as well as all the other key workers who are trying so hard to keep us safe and healthy during this difficult time.
We hope you enjoy our video and it gives you a reason to smile.
Mrs Jones reads The Ugly Duckling
Mrs Pugsley reads Handa's Surprise
Mrs Rees reads Mr Dizzy
Mrs Bagguley reads The Tiger Who Came To Tea
Mr Greedy read by Mrs Rees
What the Ladybird Heard as read by Miss Jones
Tick Tock as read by Miss Shelley
Story Time with Miss Hulatt
Cuddle up, under a cosy blanket and listen as Miss Hulatt weaves her magic with the story "This Moose Belongs To Me" by Oliver Jeffers.
Story time with Mrs HIll - Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Are you sitting comfortably? Then Mrs Hill will begin!
Story time with Mrs Rees - Mr Happy
A story to cheer everyone up, read by the always cheerful Mrs Rees. Enjoy
The True Story of the Three Little Pigs
Do you know the story of the Three Little Pigs? Are you sure? Have you ever heard the story from the side of the wolf? Check out Mrs Morris' story time and decide for yourself which story is true.
Mrs Rees reads Mr Tickle
Sit back and list to the first ever Mr Men book by Roger Hargreaves from 1971 that is still able to make us smile and giggle. Are you ready? Good, because Mrs Rees is ready to begin.
Mrs Rees reads Little Miss Busy
Are you always busy and on the go? Little Miss Busy is. When she's not cleaning the house, she's shopping, and when she's not shopping she's gardening or cooking or cleaning. Until one day when she gets sick and is told to do nothing and rest, but that makes her unhappy. I wonder who will help her? Can Miss Busy learn to relax? Well, find a comfortable seat and get ready as Miss Rees reads the 22nd book in the Little Miss series.
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