Signed copies of all statutory policies are held in school. Copies of all statutory policies are available on request.
Please read our Return to School leaflet to see how we will be adapting school in September
You can find more advice and guidance on supporting your child through the following:
Well-being services – Powys – a comprehensive list of emotional health & well-being services available in Powys including contact details.
Good days in Unusual Times – a social story to share with your child to help discuss the current pandemic (from the Anna Freud website)
Bereavement resources (prepared by Powys Educational psychology Service)
Reading with your child – useful hints and tips on reading with your child.
Welsh Government – Education and Skills. Information on Additional Learning Needs, Curriculum & Assessment, pupil well-being, behaviour and attendance.
BBC Advice for parents – from homework help to Special Educational Needs, find out how to help your child at school. (Includes support for teaching at home during school closures)
Parent’s guide to depression – If you are concerned about your child
Change4life – gives you ideas and recipes to help you and your family be healthier and happier.
Eat Well, Spend Less Leaflet
Healthy Lunchbox Leaflet
Free School Meal Vouchers – Leaflet
E-SAFETY: The following sites offer advice and suggestions for keeping children safe online.
PUPIL DEPRIVATION GRANT (PDG) Statement
The PDG is a grant to schools from the Welsh Government targeted at those pupils eligible for free school meals. We use the grant to provide opportunities for these children that they otherwise might not have available to them. It is also used to help these children to achieve their full potential. A proportion of all school visits and trips is covered for all eligible pupils and the remainder provides in class support for these pupils.
School meals cost £2.45 each day (from April 2019).
All school dinners are paid for through Parent Pay. Please read below for information on this new system:
Following our Estyn inspection and our Church in Wales (section 50) inspection, both reports have now been published and are available to view using the links below.
The Estyn inspection report is also available on the Estyn website.
What is Independent Learning? – Information for pupils in Year 5&6
Help for children
MEIC – a confidential helpline service for children and young people in Wales. From finding out what’s going on in your local area to helping deal with bullying.
Childline – Learn from Buddy how to stay safe and happy.
Children’s Rights – Wales website
MyMaths – www.mymaths.co.uk
Communicable disease exclusion guidelines