School Policies

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Administering Medicines

Anti-Bullying Policy

Assessment Policy

Bereavement Policy

Charging and Remissions Policy

Complaints Policy

Equal Opportunities Policy

First Aid Policy

Handwriting and Presentation Policy

Health and Safety Policy

Inclement weather Policy

Marking Policy

More Able and Talented

Pay Policy

Performance Management Policy

Pupil Discipline

Rarely Cover Policy

S.E.N. Policy

Safeguarding Policy

Session Times Policy

Sex Education Policy

Newsletters

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Newsletter 18 September 2015

Newsletter 11 September 2015

Newsletter 4 September 2015

 

Newsletter 17 July 2015

Newsletter 10 July 2015

Newsletter 3 July 2015

 

Newsletter 26 June 2015

Newsletter 19 June 2015

Newsletter 12 June 2015

Newsletter 5th June 2015

 

Newsletter 15th May 2015

Newsletter 8th May 2015

Newsletter 1st May 2015

 

Newsletter 24th April 2015

Newsletter 17th April 2015

 

Newsletter 26th March 2015

Newsletter 20th March 2015

Newsletter 13th March 2015

Newsletter 6th March 2015

 

Newsletter 27th February 2015

Newsletter 13th February 2015

Newsletter 6th February 2015

 

Newsletter 30th January 2015

Newsletter 23rd January 2015

Newsletter 16th January 2015

Newsletter 9th January 2015

 

Newsletter 19 December 2014

Newsletter 5th December 2014

 

Newsletter 21st November 2014

Newsletter 14th November 2014

Newsletter 7th November 2014

 

Newsletter 24th October 2014

Newsletter 10th October 2014

Newsletter 26th September 2014

Newsletter 19th September 2014

Newsletter 12th September 2014

Newsletter 5th September 2014files/Newsletters/Autumn 2014/05-09-14.doc

 

Newsletter 11 July 2014

Newsletter 4th July 2014

 

Newsletter 27th June 2014

Newsletter 20th June 2014

Newsletter 13th June 2014

Newsletter 6th June 2014

 

Newsletter 9th May 2014

Newsletter 2nd May 2014

 

Newsletter 10th April 2014

Newsletter 4th April 2014

 

Newsletter 28th March 2014

Newsletter 21st March 2014

Newsletter 14th March 2014

Newsletter 7th March 2014

 

Newsletter 21st February 2014

Newsletter 14th February 2014

Newsletter 7th February 2014

 

Newsletter 31st January 2014

Newsletter 24th January 2014

Newsletter 17th January 2014

Newsletter 10th January 2014

 

Newsletter 16th December 2013

Newsletter 6th December 2013

 

Newsletter 29th November 2013

Newsletter 22nd November 2013

Newsletter 15th November 2013

Newsletter 8th November 2013

 

Newsletter 25th October 2013

Parent Information

School Prospectus

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School Prospectus 2014-15

Pupil Deprivation Grant 2014 – 2015

Llanfihangel Rhydithon CP School PDG Statement

The Pupil Deprivation Grant (PDG) is allocated to schools with pupils who come from low-income families and are currently known to be eligible for free school meals (FSM) and pupils who have been looked after continuously for more than six months (LAC).

Schools are expected to make the best use of this funding to implement sustainable strategies that will quickly bring about changes for learners eligible for free school meals or who are LAC.

As a school we have agreed the following three steps:

 

1.    to identify the target group of pupils, its characteristics and needs

2.    to plan interventions which make the most effective use of resources

3.    to monitor and evaluate the impact of resources

 

In 2014-15 Llanfihangel Rhydithon CP School was provided with a PDG allocation of £918.

At Llanfihangel Rhydithon CP School we have a comprehensive plan, agreed and monitored by PowysLocal Authority and ERW, to promote progress and remove barriers to learning for students eligible for this funding.

We have used the funding available to:

·         enhance teaching and learning by providing the Catch-up in Numeracy and Literacy programme of support

·         provide training for school staff in Catch-up in Numeracy.

·         implement and use data tracking systems to identify learners’ needs, target interventions and monitor impact.

·         developed leadership capacity to prioritise the impact on the quality of provision and outcomes

  •           .         support learners in accessing appropriate resources electronically.

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S E N for Parents

Documents Available for Downloading

On this page there are whole school documents that you can download, such as Newsletters, School Policies, etc.

For class specific documents please go to the class page

 

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Meet the Staff

Meet the Staff

Executive Headteacher:                Mr A Shearman

 

Dolau Playschool:                        Mrs  Sue Colman

Mrs Luan Price

 

Foundation Phase Classteacher:  Miss E Thomas

Key Stage 2 Classteacher:           Miss R Walker

 

Classroom Assistants:                  Mrs B Morgan

Mr K Parsons

 

Breakfast Club:                            Mrs Tracy Jones

Mrs Claire Morris

 

School Administrator:                  Mrs J Bradford

 

Welsh peripatetic Teacher:           Mrs B Barlow

Showcase

We are very proud of the work our students achieve in our school.

We will select a new piece of work each week to display

Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club has been very popular since its launch in April 2013.  It is run by Tracy Jones and Claire Morris.

It is free to all registered users and helps children start their learning day.