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Our Best Bits of the Year @ St David's CIW Primary School 2019-20

Thanks to all of the pupils, families, staff, governors and visitors for making this year full of special memories, even if it did not quite go the way we had expected! Here are just some of our favourite moments from our usual schooling in September to March, our home learning period and the partial re-opening from the last 3 weeks of the year.

 What a busy but fantastic year we have had!

 Goodbye 2018-19. smiley Click on the link below to see our video.

We are very proud to hear that one of our Pupils,  who has been selected to join the Welsh Gymnastic Squad. On behalf of all the staff and pupils here at St David's we would like to wish her lots of luck and  success for her future .


Sherman Dance


St David's Day

Gruffalo Day - we planted over 400 trees in our school grounds all with the help of our families, friends, governors, community partners Waitrose and the Gruffalo!

Congratulations to all of the children who achieved Headteacher Award Christmas half term.

Opening of Morrisons Pentwyn with Fabulosity Friday singers and St David's Ant and Dec.

Junior concert 2014 Christmas is Forever

Year 2 and 6 trip to the Christmas Story

Children in Need

Harvest 2014 - We celebrated our Harvest Festival with songs, poems, and paintings. Every child performed with their class on the stage. Thank you for all of the donations for the Cardiff Food Bank.

Fabulosity Friday Summer 

All children from Y1 to Y6 take part in Fabulosity Friday. This term the activities on offer are:- Gardening, Cookery, Book club, French, Aerobics, Cricket, Sketching and Watercolours, Cricket, Bug Club, Multi-sport and TV Studio! Huge thanks to Mrs Morris and Mrs Fox for volunteering to run clubs.

Rotary Art Competition 

All of Year 6 took part in the Rotary Art competition, the theme was 'My Favourite Animal'. Congratulations to our winners Seren, Cerys and Caitlin. They were awarded their certificates and Caitlin the first place prize at a ceremony at County Hall. The Lord Mayor of Cardiff presented the prizes.

As part of our Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship we sponsor a girl called Bakul who lives in an area of Bangladesh called Nawabanj. Our sponsorship has helped Bakul and her community support themselves.  We received a card from telling us how well Bakul is getting along.

Headteacher's Award Assembly Summer Term 1 2014

Year Three presented an excellent class assembly. They delighted the audience with super singing, perfectly timed percussion, clear choral recitation of their favourite poems about books, lovely clear loud speaking and super proud smiles.  Gethin presented his homework task - a lego story of the story 'The Wiseman and the Foolishman', he wrote the script, designed the characters and chose the location (Barry Island) then edited his work into a PowerPoint. The assembly ended with a prayer read by the children. Di iawn Blwyddn Tri and Mrs Hughes. Here is a gallery of the children enjoying the coffee morning afterwards with their families.


Ms Fenton organised a live cook along with Jamie Oliver for Food Revolution Day 2014. Two children from each class were nominated to take part, some children wrote fantastic persuasive letters to gain their place! The final wraps tasted delicious.

Click on this link to find out more http://www.jamieoliver.com/us/foundation/jamies-food-revolution/home