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Our School Values: Honesty: We always tell the truth and earn the trust of each other. Friendship: We are kind in our thoughts, words and actions. Respect must be earned and maintained through our actions and behaviour. Perseverance: We learn positively from our mistakes and never give up. Ambitious: We dream big dreams and we want the best for our future. Resilience: We find the courage to ovecome the obstacles and challenegs we face in our lives. Responsibility: We take responsibility for our actions, our learning and our environment.
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Pupil Parliament

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We are very pleased to announce our Pupil Parliament for 2016-17

 

Prime Minister

Dylan   (Resources)

Deputy Minister

Amelia (Standards)

 

Speaker/ Secretary

Banaz

Isabel

Minister for Resources

James Watmough

 

Minister for Standards

 

 

Minister for Attendance

Abdullah

Seren

Minister for Health and Fitness

Demi

Cyrus Y3

Minister for Environment

Lenja

Haydn

Minister for Social/Foreign Affairs

Aswa

Ethan

Minister for Technology

Reece

Rawan  Y4

Minister for Welsh Culture

Kayla

Lexi      Y4

Minister for Arts and Creativity

Mya

 William Y4

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February’s Agenda:

  • Breakfast @ Glyncoed
  • NEW Wellbeing Passport
  • NEW Survey Station
  • NEW Healthy Eating Initiative

Pupil Wellbeing Questionnaire Results- Autumn 2016

98% of pupils feel safe in school

97% of pupils said that the school deals well with any bullying

100% of pupils know who to talk to if they are worried or upset

99%of pupils said that the school teaches them how to be healthy

100%of pupils said that there are lots of chances to get regular exercise

98% of pupils said that they are doing well at school

100% of pupils said that teachers and other adults in the school help them

 to learn and make progress

99% of pupils know what to do and who to ask If they find their work hard

98% of pupils said that their homework helps them to understand

and improve their work

99% of pupils said they have enough books, equipment, and computers

 to do their work

97%of pupils said that other children behave well and they can get their

 work done

95% pupils said that nearly all children behave well at playtime and lunch time

98% of pupils said their voice is being heard by the school through the Pupil Parliament

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