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Better a sticking plaster than nothing at all. Standards have been slipping ever since St Davids had a name change. Pupils are no longer proud to belong to a school which was at one time recognised as the premier school in Wales musically. Now the only thing that they are recognised for is their appalling standards & behaviour. Discipline begins at home. When parents fail it is left to teachers.
Nobody expects youngsters to be perfect & they will always find ways to bend rules quite by themselves. It is part of growing up. That doesn’t mean that they should be encouraged by their parents & people old enough to know better.
Rhosnesni High together with other Wrexham High Schools in the area have an uphill climb in front of them if they are to compete with the better schools & correct school uniform is a good way to start.
Well done Rhosnesni High. Parents are really to blame. As Dagg says, letters were sent out.
The world is full of laws, rules & regulations which if not followed can end up with people being injured, imprisoned or worse.
The introduction of school blazers was a great start.
As for social media, say no more.
Perfectly true Council Watcher. I was thinking that the mast would be a 20 metres eyesore as a stand alone object & would be less obtrusive if attached to an already high building. I can’t think of anywhere else high enough.
Sorry dagg, don’t know how to edit title. I still think that it could be in a better spot. If it were on Ty Pawb, it would be a visual landmark that wouldn’t spoil the landscape.
TBH it does get a bit repetitive. No matter what his political persuasion.
I wish that my councillor cared enough to make sure that undesirables left his constituency. Only see him at election time.
Disappointing that Glyndwr University saw fit to pay out £11 million to Moss & Roberts for Wrexham Village. They must be laughing all the way to the bank.
I worry that the Racecourse football ground may be used as a political football.
English is used unnecessarily on place & street names.
I took my grandchildren to of one the first playdays on Llwyn Isaf & Queens Square & thought what a fantastic event it was. The equipment consisted of lengths of wood, huge cardboard boxes, sheets of vinyl, bales of hay & water.
How can anyone complain about children having a wonderful time & making happy memories of the town. Far better than seeing them walking around looking at gadgets.
As for looking after children during the holidays, who do you think took the children to town & spent hours watching them have good, clean, old fashioned fun? No different to taking them to the seaside.
For little cost, the shops & cafes in town had an added benefit of extra customers too.
The ‘feel good’ factor can’t be costed. Wrexham has more than its fair share of old miseries.
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