Colcot Primary School - CROESO

 Croeso - Welcome.

Welcome to our new website - Hand in hand we learn and achieve, nurturing excellence - Tyfu a dysgu gyda’n gilydd


A day where our attendance is 100% - every chid in every class in school.

Come on!! We can do it!!!

Doors open at 8.45 a.m.

Breakfast Club starts 8 a.m - 8.20 a.m.

Some dates for your diary:

Thursday 1st March - St David's Day - All wear red or traditional costume.

Friday 2nd March 9.10 a.m. – St David’s Day Eisteddfod – Year 6 parents

Friday 2nd March – 2.30 p.m. – 3.30 p.m. – Family Engagement Launch

Monday 5th March – Thursday 8th March Estyn Inspection

Monday 5th March – Year 3 Family Session 1.30 p.m

Monday 5th March – Parents meeting with Inspectors 3.30 p.m.

Tuesday 6th March – Year 6 Family Session 9.30 a.m. Reception Family session 2.15 p.m.

Wednesday 7th March – Class 7 Family Session 9.30 a.m., Class 5 Family Session 1.30 p.m.

Thursday 8th March Year 5 Family Session 9.30 a.m., Class 8 Family Session 2.00p.m.

Friday 9th March Nursery Family Session and Class 4 Family session 2.00 p.m.

Friday 16th March – Year 5 Little Life Savers Training

Thursday 28th March End of Term – Happy Easter everyone! Pasg Hapus pawb!

Attendance will continue to be  a priority for us at school. Please make sure your child is in school every day. 

Letters home will inform you of your child's attendance and we would value your support.

Class rewards for attendance will continue this year - help your child achieve the

Colcot CAT Award

  • Remember School is open from 8.45 a.m, activities are available in the classrooms.

Please contact the school as early as possible to inform us of the reason for your child's absence.

      NOT all absences will be AUTHORISED.

The value of the month for March  is Respect and Humility

We will be reminding our children that it is important to listen to  and understand others 

 Our Super Ambassadors will be sharing information about the Rights of the Child too.

We talk about  -

  • Children have the right to freedom of thought

  • children have the right to be loved and respected

  • Children have the right to be protected form conflict, cruelty, exploitation and neglect. 


Welsh Phrase of the month - Cymraeg y mis yma.

Ble mae? Yma, Dim yma

Ble mae'r pensil?

Where is? Here, not here

Where is the pencil?

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