INSET September Due to the current renovations to the exiting…
To provide learning opportunities that develop independent children ready for the future including the developing use of ICT.
To develop curious and quick thinking minds within a safe environment where all pupils feel valued.
To motivate each child to achieve and be the best that they can be in all aspects of learning.
To listen and treat each other with respect.
To support children to be happy, healthy and active in their lives.
To appreciate and care for the world we live in and respect others and their beliefs.
To work successfully together with our whole community.
The dates for the 2017 National Tests have been set as follows:
Please ensure that no family holidays are booked for this period, any holidays requested will not be authroised and will be logged as an unauthorised absence. For details click on the link below.
Common Sense is the nation’s leading independent nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering kids to thrive in a world of media and technology. Families, educators, and policymakers turn to Common Sense for unbiased information and trusted advice to help them learn how to harness the positive power of media and technology for all kids.
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Abersychan Cluster Equalities Consultation
Aberscyhan Comprehensive School, Blaenavon Heritage VC Primary, Brynteg Nursery, Cwmffrwdoer Primary, Garnteg Primary, Penygarn Primary and Victoria Primary wish to consult with parents and community members about our strategic equality plan focus for the next three years. We wish to gather your views in order that we may collectively develop a strategic equality plan that meets the needs of pupils, parents and wider community. Please click on the link below to spend a few moments sharing your views.
Stretching the literacy skills of more able and talented pupils
Through the prism of multiculturalism, Blaenavon Heritage VC Primary and its partners, Garnteg Primary, Victoria Village Primary, Cwmffrwdoer and Abersychan High School, have been stretching the literacy skills of their more able and talented learners. Year 6 pupils from the primaries and year 7 pupils from the high school have been looking at issues regarding identity, belonging and heritage.
To see the video and read more about the project follow this link. https://youtu.be/H-4OsNmFIxs