During these times of uncertainty, it has never been more important to come together as a community. We are incredibly proud of our local community in Llangyfelach, which has been working together to brighten the children’s ward at Morriston Hospital.
Staff on the ward have asked for our children to draw some pictures to display on the walls, which they have been having great fun creating. Here is some of the amazing artwork our children donated to the ward.
This isn’t the only thing that our community has been doing to lift spirits. On 4th April, Elsa made a surprise visit to all the children of Llangyfelach, making sure to put a big smile on everyone’s faces. We saw a few children dressed up in their very own Elsa outfits, ready to meet the Queen of Arendelle. Here are some photos of the day.
We have also joined the rest of the UK in clapping for both the wonderful NHS staff and for the children who are adapting to something unlike anything before. We think it’s important to recognise how well people in difficult situations are managing to stay in positive spirits – we should all be proud.
Swansea’s community spirit has shone through the glorious weather, with some of the Osprey’s star players sharing a video on how important it is to support our frontline workers. The Swans have started up their own fitness classes online to encourage people to keep fit while staying at home, as well as pledging to supply nearly 200 meals every Saturday to those most vulnerable.
We have also seen rainbows go up in people’s windows across the city, including Llangyfelach, to spread some joy and for children to find when going on walks. Not only are these spreading positivity, but it’s also a fun activity for children to get involved with. See some of Year 2’s amazing efforts on our website.
The staff at Morriston Hospital have been working tirelessly during these unprecedented times and Llangyfelach Primary School would like to show our support and thanks to those working on the frontlines.
Please support Morriston Hospital, as well as all of the hospitals in the UK and those who are vulnerable, by making sure to stay at home unless it’s essential for you to travel. Thank you to everyone in Llangyfelach for working together to help beat the virus.