NFU and the television cameras came to school!

On Thursday, 24 November 2016, the NFU accompanied by Kirsty Williams and some television cameras came to join us at school.  The NFU were launching their new education pack and some of the children in Dosbarthau Epynt and PenyFan were invited to try the resources out!  The full item can be seen on Ffermio on 12 December 2016.

Pc Mark Davies telling us how to stay safe on line


On Thursday, 24th November 2016 PC Davies came in and talked to Tryfan about E-Safety. He showed us a video about SMART.

S stands for safety online.

M stands for meeting people online.

A stands for accepting friend requests safely.

R stands for responsibility.

T stands for tell a trusted adult.

The video was about 2 children who start playing a new game but, keep doing things wrong and Tarian tells them that their doing things wrong and they then correct them. Some of the things that they kept doing wrong were, making a week password, talking to people they didn’t know in real life, putting pictures of themselves online, sharing personal details with strangers, and inviting people to their house when they didn’t know them.

By Tanwen Bradley

Digital Leader

21st November -25th November Dosbarth Tryfan

Parents evenings will be taking place this week.  Please check with your child the time that you have been allocated.  If you cannot make the appointment, please get in touch with the school office and we can reschedule the time.

During this week, we will be continuing our work on persuasive writing.  We will be encouraging the children to use the ‘Big Write’ wall to help inspire their writing.  Hopefully you will hear more persuasive language being used at home.  The children have worked very hard on this so far and did some excellent presentations under pressure last week.

In maths we are going to be looking at data handling.  The children are going to be interpreting graphs and data.  They will also identify the difference between discrete and continuous data.

It is important that the children continue to read at home and your support here is greatly appreciated.

New ipads for the school!

Kirsty Williams, Welsh Government Education Secretary, visited our school to see the presentation of ipads by the construction company responsible for the houses on the site of the old Builth Wells Cottage Hospital.


Children in Need Tachwedd 18 November 2016

Thank you to everyone who supported the children taking part in Children in Need this year!

The school has raised over £250 pounds this year.  The Name the Bear competition raised £22 and the winner is pictured below.


Staying safe online

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At Builth Wells County Primary School, the safety of the children is paramount to us.  We will be looking to add useful information, for both children and parents, about staying safe online.