On a visit to Cynallt Infants Peter congratulated teachers and governors on an excellent school inspection report. He also praised the children for their work in the school’s environment week where they had a busy time on minibeast hunts, forest school activities and flower and vegetable planting. The week’s activities culminated in an Ugly Bug Ball and parade followed by a tea party.
“Yet again another Neath school has shown the high quality education that is provided in the County Borough which has lead to the it being named one of the best councils in Wales for education. This is a great achievement for the school given the major disruption suffered after the arson attack.”
“I would like to congratulate and thank the acting headmistress Jane Arbourne and all her staff for all the hard work that they have put in and I would also like to thank the parents, PTA and the pupils for their efforts.”
“I was delighted to be part of the schools environment week and see the children in their Ugly Bug costumes. The pupils showed real enthusiasm for learning about the environment that they live in and how to take care of it.”
Cynallt Infant was inspected in March and praised for providing a caring and supportive environment in which to learn.