11/01/22 - Careers Wales Parent Booklet
05/01/22 - Letter to Families
16/12/21 - Christmas Newsletter
16/12/21 - End of Term Dec 2021 planning for Jan 2022
01/12/21 - Face coverings update to families
11/11/21 - Canteen Menu - Winter 2021
20/10/21 - Year 7 settling in and CATs presentation
20/10/21 - Year 6 Parents Presentation
Headteacher's Welcome Message
School Development Plan (2021/22)
Pupil Development Grant (2021/22)
Regional Consortia School Improvement Grant (RCSIG) Spending Plan (Oct 2021)
Professional Learning Spending Plan (Oct 2021)
Annual Parents' Report (2020)
Estyn Inspection Report
All pupils are invited to take part in this national initiative to paint a stone to remember the six million Jewish men, women and children murdered in the Holocaust and all other victims of Nazi persecution. Pupils could also choose to paint a stone to remember those murdered in subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.
Every stone will be sent to London and will become part of the UK Holocaust Memorial in London. Pupils can commemorate a person, write a message of hope or draw a meaningful image.
Pupils would need a stone the size of their palm and decorating materials (these could be felt tips, paints or even nail varnish). Artistic ability doesn’t matter. The most important thing to think about is the message of the stone and what pupils personally would like to contribute to the memorial.
Foundation Stones are a promise to build a future free from all forms of prejudice, discrimination and hatred so this is a lovely initiative for our pupils to be involved in.
All stones to be given to Mrs Bowen in A6 by Friday 28th January. Further information will be given to pupils during registration in the week beginning 17th January, 2022.
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— Neath Port Talbot Council (@NPTCouncil) August 6, 2020