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National Quality Award

Dwr y Felin School pupils and staff celebrating the National Quality Award for being the first secondary school in ABM to achieve this award. Having gone through the seven Healthy School topics of Food and Fitness; Environment; Personal Development and Relationships; Mental Health and Wellbeing; Safety; Hygiene and Substance Use and Misuse, the school was commended on putting the wellbeing of pupils and staff as the forefront of everything that they do. Pupil voice is a strength and pupils feel…
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Dwr-y-Felin Christmas Craft Fayre

After the huge success of our first Christmas Craft Fayre last year, it is back this year with many more amazing stalls, live music, festive refreshments, children’s activities and lots more. 40 high quality stalls with lots of lovely ideas for Christmas. Thursday 24th November, 5-7.30 pm. We hope to see you there!   UPDATE Here is a full line up of the fantastic stalls available for you at the Craft Fayre next week. Please pop in for a lovely…
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Apologies for any confusing texts regarding ParentPay. You should have received a letter with a Username and Password, which is unique to each child. If you have not received this letter, please let us know and we can supply a copy. It is very important to activate your ParentPay account as soon as possible to be able to receive information by text and email. ParentPay is to be used immediately for all required payments other than dinner money. A copy of the…
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West Glamorgan Music Service Consultation

City and County of Swansea and Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council Consultation document Proposal This consultation is a proposal to end the ‘West Glamorgan Music Service’ (WGMS) with effect from 31 August 2016, and to create a single music service in each local authority under a Service Level Agreement (SLA) with schools (and with the college in Neath Port Talbot). You are invited to comment on this proposal. Please click on the link to the WGMS consultation document below for…
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Anti Radicalisation Training

From 1st July 2015 all schools are subject to a duty under section 26 of the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015, in the exercise of their functions, to have “due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism”. This duty is known as the Prevent duty. Prevent is part of the government counter-terrorism strategy, it’s designed to tackle the problem of terrorism at its roots, preventing people from supporting terrorism or becoming involved in terrorism themselves.…
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