As a school we pride ourselves on promoting
As a school we pride ourselves on promoting the health and wellbeing, mindset, personal development, sporting and academic achievements of our pupils.
As a school we actively encourage our pupils to explore, challenge themselves and follow their passions both inside and outside of school.
We are always striving to create new experiences, challenges and fundraising events for our pupils and our school and we have dreamt up our latest exciting challenge that will take place in early 2019, that we hope will attract lots of attention.
We welcome you to our 7 Day continuous rowing challenge (168 hours). Our Challenge will involve our pupils, teachers, parents and wider community all taking their turn in rowing to hopefully raise lots of money for the school for some great causes, in particular a new larger school Mini Bus.
But most of all we want to organise an event that will be super fun, help and inspire our pupils forever.
We hope you will join us on our journey in achieving this remarkable achievement and support our pupils, school and community wherever possible.
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It’s easy to help, just select a time slot from the calendar below and you’re part of our team. We’ve divided the 7 days into 15 minute slots. All we ask is you make sure you’re there 5-10 minutes before you are due to row.
You can book as many slots as you want, why not get together with your friends and block book some time? You’ll then be able to support each other when you take part. All you have to do is select your time slot on the calendar, provide your name and email address and you’re booked in!
Please note that time slots will end at 7am and begin again at 7pm on school days.
For the school and community of Ysgol Llanddulas to row continuously on a Concept 2 rowing machine/s for 7 days (168hrs) from 12pm on Monday 18th March 2019 to 12pm Monday 25th March 2019.
The row will consist of pupils, teachers, parents and the wider community of Llanddulas each taking their turn in rowing for how long they possibly can / or duration of choice. We have set ourselves this record as a really hard Goal to showcase to the school and its pupils, that anything is possible, the sky is the limit and with the hope and desire to inspire our pupils that remarkable things can be achieved if they put their mind to it.
These are our children of the future and allowing them to believe and dream Big, can only help them pave the way for a wonderful future ahead. We hope to raise lots of money for the school which will be put to some great causes, such as…
The mini bus is a lifeline to the school, allowing the children to go on educational, sporting and adventurous trips, but the current mini bus will only transport half a class. We would like to buy the school a second minibus so that all pupils in a class can be taken on school trips when needed.
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