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Year 5 is full of talented pupils!

James Adams Phillips was 1st in the Urdd Computer Graphics competition.

During the Urdd National Swimming finals, Max Elkin, a talented Y5 swimmer, was 3rd in the 50 metre Butterfly Stroke and was 2nd in the 100 metres Individual Medley. Well done to Sophie Spragg who represented the girls in the Individual Medley.

Good luck to all six Y5 pupils who have just taken clarinet and flute Grade 1 exams.

Thank you to all Y5 pupils who took part in the Three Counties Cross Country.

Terrific Talents

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Article by Mia Hartley

I represented Johnstown School in the solo disco dance competition. I danced for a maximum of two minutes and wore a silk blue leotard with a red net tutu. When my name was called to do my routine, I went backstage. There were four other girls competing against me in the competition. I felt excited, as well as slightly nervous because the girl that had performed first was extremely talented. I did not know whether I even had a chance.

After performing I eagerly waited to hear the results. Finally, the time came where the announcer informed the audience that I had come in 2nd place for the Disco Dance. I was filled with joy because I had never been placed in the top three for any dance competition in the past.

I would like to experience this opportunity again in the very near future. Maybe I could even get 1st place next time.

In the Parti Llefaru competition on Wednesday 2nd of March 2016, a small group of Year 6 pupils went to represent Johnstown Primary School in St Peters Civic Hall in Carmarthen, for the 'Rhanbarth Lleol' round of the Urdd Eisteddfod Competition.

We competed really well and tried our best. As we went onto the stage I think we all got a little case of the butterflies. A gentleman announced our school's name and we were ready to go. We pronounced with great enthusiasm and spoke very clearly. Model School, from Carmarthen, came first but we were placed a well-deserved second place. A very warm thank you to all the teachers who helped us prepare for this occasion.