Llond Haf o Gymareg - Syniadau ar beth i wneud trwy gyfrwng y Gymraeg. A Summer full of Welsh - Ideas on activities to do through the medium of Welsh.
Important infomation -17.7.20
All pupils will be required to attend school from 14 September 2020 unless there are valid medical reasons. If a pupil can attend, then they should do so. Schools will no longer continue to provide online work in September except for pupils who are shielding due to medical reasons.
Track Trace and Protect
If any member of staff or pupil becomes unwell or needs to self-isolate during the summer period, they should immediately report this to us 24/7 by calling 0300 333 2222 or by emailing TTP@deltawellbeing.org.uk .
Here is a video on the below website introducing the steps towards the return to school the week beginning on the 29/6/20.
Remember to read and sign the School and Home agreement and return it on the day your child is to return to School.
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Booking childcare for new applicants. Follow the below link to the website for further details.
A questionnaire for Key Workers regarding your children returning to school.
A questionnaire for parents regarding reopening schools.
Parents Covid-19 Impact Survey
Please could you send the survey onto parents via the following link please: https://www.carmarthenshire.gov.wales/home/council-democracy/consultation-performance/current-consultations/parents-covid-19-impact-survey/
'Tric a Chlic' A Reading Scheme for The Foundation Phase
Peniarth have given free access to 'Tric a Chlic' Welsh Reading Scheme
Here is the links:-
A questionnaire for parents on Covid 19
Year 6 Pupils and Parents
A message for Year 6 Pupils and Parents who are transferring to Maes y Gwendraeth in September by Mr Evans and Mrs Morgan on the below website.
Latest Council Updates
You can access the newsroom via the following link for all information and updates in relation to council services:
Skill of the Week
The Leisure Department are promoting skill of the week on their web / social media pages and it would be great to share this with parents / pupils.
IMPORTANT QUESTIONNAIRE Please click on the link below which leads you to the Welsh government's education secretary's questionnaire. Kirsty Williams would like to hear your views regarding distance learning. Thank you.
Important - Information for parents entitled to free school meals. Follow the link below.
Important - If your child is receiving Free School meals. Meals will be ready to collect at Maes y Gwendraeth tomorrow (26.3.20) between 9:00-12:00. If you are unable to collect, please inform us via a call on our school mobile, Facebook, Twitter or email (our email address is on the school website).
Measures are in place to continue with the provision of free school meals. From Thursday (26.3.20) there will be packed lunches for children in receipt of free school meals.Follow this link for further information-http://newsroom.carmarthenshire.gov.wales/2020/03/continuing-the-provision-of-free-school-meals/#.Xnoy_Mj7RPY