Clydach Primary School went on a trip to Birchgrove Comprehensive School on 15/9/2019 to have a tour around and find out about mindfulness.
Mr McComas said: "It was very interesting and fun and I also think that the children enjoyed."
As they entered they could see it was a really big school and they most likely going to get lost in it like mice.
First they went into the hall and got greeted by the Headmaster. However, she looked strict but she was actually really nice. Secondly they all walked into a cooking room and they had to eat a Flapjack and guess what ingredients were inside of it.
After that they went into a room where they learned how to do C.P.R.They learned how to do it on dummies which clicked when you pushed down hard enough, however they had to wipe the mouths of the dummies otherwise they would get germs off other people. One of the students called Isabelle Quinn said "It's really hard to push down on the dummies chest even if the dummy is soft."
Soon after they all went into the hall again and had lunch. After they had a lovely lunch they all went to drama and they had to stand in a pose of a celebrity like Captain America, Captain Marvel and many more because they had to show emotions.
As the day passed it was eventually time to go back to school and then home. A few of the children said it was fun and some even said they were going to to go to that school once they finish year 6.
On 20th September the year six from Clydach primary school participated in a rugby tournament at the Vardre playing fields. They went to compete for their school as a celebration for the start of the Rugby World Cup.
Unfortunately they had to walk there and they were not impressed. As soon as they got there they were placed into six different teams; each team was the name of a different country. The names were: Tonga, Namibia, Scotland, France, Wales and Australia.
Everybody played well and also everybody was nice. However, one boy from Birchgrove was quite mean and he was too serious with the games that he played.
When each team played they lined up to start the match. I saw that most teams spread out in their lines which is correct.
Molly, a girl from year 6, was saying that she enjoyed the game but some of the other teams played rough and that it wasn't fair. After that Dannii said that she can't wait for the Rugby World Cup because she will watch it all.
For the next six weeks the Rugby World Cup is on. Make sure you watch it all! I promise you that you will enjoy it. The Rugby World Cup ends on the 3rd of November.