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Coronavirus Updates - Education and Learning

Covid Information

CWMFFRWDOER CODE OF CONDUCT COVID

Covid Schools FAQ ENGLISH

COVID19 Risk Assessment

Please follow this link to get all local Torfaen updates and news.

https://www.torfaen.gov.uk/en/AboutTheCouncil/Homepage-Stories/Coronavirus/Education/Education-and-Learning.aspx

 

Newsletter Download

Download recent newsletters and other materials:

Newsletter MAY 27th 2021 v2

Cashless Catering Payments Update

Newsletter MAY 21st 2021

Letter parents carers NEW DEPUTY HEAD

Newsletter April 22nd 2021

Letter parents carers April 15th 2021

New Summer 2021 Menu Ready for download

Newsletter March 25th END OF SPRING TERM 2021

Newsletter March 18th 2021

Nursery newsletter March 12th 2021

Newsletter RED NOSE DAY

Welsh Grants

Newsletter MARCH 10th 2021

Newsletter MARCH 5th 2021

NURSERY LETTER FEBRUARY 2021

Newsletter February 23rd 2021

Letter to parents – Feb 21 – NHS

Partial reopening of school Thursday 25th February

Letter re schools reopening from Torfaen

Letter parents carers FEB 3rd 2021

Letter parents carers 26th January

Cwmffrwdoer Guide to Blended Learning Jan 21

Letter parents carers January 19th 2021

Barnardo’s new service letter.ENG

Letter parents carers January 5th 2021

Letter parents carers December 18th

Letter parents carers December 15th

Letter parents carers December 11th

Letter parents carers December 4th 2020

Letter parents carers November 27th 2020

Letter parents carers November 20th 2020

Letter parents carers November 13th 2020

Children In Need letter

Letter parents carers November 6th 2020

Letter parents carers October 23rd 2020

Letter parents carers October 16th 2020

Letter parents carers October 9th 2020

Open evening Poster

Letter Year 6 Oct 2020

Letter parents carers October 2nd 2020

Letter parents carers SEPTEMBER 17 2020

Letter parents carers SEPTEMBER 3rd 2020

Personal Development and Relationships – a Booklet for Parents

NEW  – Interactive Library

Welcome to our new interactive library! Click on a book to hear a member of staff reading a story. New books will be added regularly. Use the following link:

Our Virtual Library

Blended Learning

CWMFFRWDOER PRIMARY SCHOOL Blended Learning Policy 2020

Home school pupil agreement

work from home – apps – websites – services

Information for home learning on Hwb

Online Tools for home learning

 

Vision & Aims

Vision

Children at Cwmffrwdoer are happy, engaged and excited. They show curiosity, a love of learning and are successful and confident learners. They are supported in a nurturing and safe environment and are encouraged to become independent life-long learners with positive attitudes and high aspirations!

Aims

  • To ensure children are safe, happy and can develop in a nurturing environment.
  • To engage, excite and develop children’s curiosity and love of learning.
  • To ensure children have the skills to become life-long learners for a successful future.
  • To work collaboratively with parents/carers and to value parent contributions.
  • To be inclusive through personalising learning to meet the needs of all learners.

Prospectus

Download our School Prospectus here:

PROSPECTUS 2018

Teacher of the Year

Teacher of the Year

Mrs Sarah Jarman has won the South Wales Argus Teaching Awards Primary Teacher of the Year awards. We are thrilled that Mrs Jarman has been recognised for the excellent job she does in reception class. Congratulations also to Mrs Tania Webb who was shortlisted in the Teaching Assistant of the Year category.

 

Parent survey

Please spare 10 minutes to complete a questionnaire by going to http://survey.gl-assessment.co.uk/s/GAY54/ and logging on using the password provided below.

Your password is: CWM14789parent

Cwmffrwdoer Primary School Nursery – September 2018

Our new Cwmffrwdoer Primary School Nursery is due to open this September 2018.  We are very excited to be able to provide our own pre-school provision. The children will be able to begin their learning journey from age three at our school. There are places still available. Please contact the local authority for further information.

Common Sense Media

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.

Visit https://www.commonsensemedia.org/ for details..

All Stars Cricket

All Stars Cricket provides boys and girls from 5-8 years old with 8 weeks of non-stop fun. The activity and game based programme is suitable for all skill levels, providing your child with the foundations to begin a lifelong love of physical activity and cricket, while making friends in a safe and enjoyable environment. Click on the All Stars logo to visit the website.

 

Abersychan Cluster – Blaenavon, Garnteg, Victoria Village, Cwmffrwdoer Primaries and Abersychan High

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.

https://mysay.torfaen.gov.uk/consult.ti/AberClusEq16/consultationHome

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