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Back to School January 2022

We look forward to welcoming the children back to school tomorrow (Thursday 6th January 2022) as normal.  Please find below some information that you may find useful in keeping everyone safe on that return.

  • Children attending breakfast club may attend as normal.
  • Only one parent/ carers to drop off or pick up pupils.
  • Please use whichever gate is most convenient to enter of exit the school site.
  • Please keep a 2m distance between families entering the school.
  • Face masks for parents/ carers in the school grounds are optional.
  • Parents/carers of Dosbarth Coch (nursery) to queue in the yard and children will be collected from the yard door.
  • Please also queue on the yard for Dosbarth Oren (Mrs Hurley) and Melyn (Mrs Hounsom) - Mr James will be on the gate in the morning to help and teachers will be at the class doors.  Teachers will call the children in from the top of the steps as previously.
  • Key Stage 2 children to enter their classroom doors as normal.
  • Children can bring their own fruit for tuck (no grapes please) and water will be provided in school.
  • Please only visit the school if you can't avoid it and use a face covering in the building.
  • If you need to speak to a teacher they can call you or you can contact them by email or arrange with the school office for them to ring you at a convenient time.
  • Please pay for dinners online if at all possible.

Changes to contact tracing and self-isolation from this September

Classes for 2021 -2022


Class NameYear GroupsTeacher(s)
Dosbarth CochPre-Nursery and NurseryMrs. R. Jackson 
Dosbarth OrenReception and Year 1Mrs. K. Hurley (4 days)
Dosbarth MelynYear 2Mrs. B. Hounsam (4 days)/ Miss K. Scorey (1 day)
Dosbarth Gwyrdd

Year 3 and 4

Miss. A. Mitchell
Dosbarth GlasYear 4 and 5Miss. R. James
Dosbarth PorfforYear 6Mrs. A. Davies
Dosbarth PincASD Unit Nursery - Year 2Mrs. A. Waldron


Class Names

  • There will be a change of name to the classes this year.  The feedback from parents was that it could be confusing previously in that the class names were numbers but also the year group was a number.  For example, a year four pupil might have been in Dosbarth 3. 
  • School Council suggested that the classes follow the colours of the rainbow which we thought was an excellent idea.
  • Gyda'n gilydd - I gyrraedd y brig
  • Living, learning and growing together to be the best