Welcome to Cronk y Berry Primary School

It is our pleasure to give you a brief insight into some of the exciting things that happen in our school.

We are very proud of the successes of our school, the excellent relationships we have with our children, families and friends within our community and the team of people who work hard to make our school a happy place where we learn together.

As a school we are committed to life long learning and believe that education includes more than just the curriculum subjects. We aim to teach our children the skills necessary for living with others to create a warm, peaceful and caring community.

Prospective parents and students are welcome to visit the school. Please contact us to make an appointment.We shall be delighted to show you around our school.

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Tribute to Mrs. Kennaugh
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On the 13th of February 2024, we sadly said farewell to one of our most beloved figures, Mrs. Debi Kennaugh, a remarkable school administrator whose impact has reverberated throughout the years. Since the establishment of Cronk y Berry in 1998, Mrs. Kennaugh has played a vital role in shaping our s…

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Year 3 Tag Rugby
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Year 3 did a fantastic job representing the school in the recent Tag Rugby competition. They displayed some superb teamwork, communication and encouragement and set a good example with their behaviour and following of the tag rugby rules. Their tag rugby skills improved over the morning and mostly…

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Thinking Day
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Today, Rainbows, Brownies and Guides were allowed to wear their Girlguiding uniform to school. On the 22nd of February Girl Guide and Girl Scout groups around the world celebrated World Thinking Day. A traditional way to celebrate this is to wear your uniform to school. Girlguiding members across t…

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Morrells Handwriting
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Cronk y Berry uses the Morrells’ Handwriting scheme to develop the children's handwriting. These resources cover the key stages of the writing process from letter formation to cursive writing and centre on the idea that it’s important for children to create letters stroke by stroke on paper. There…

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