Key Worker Booking Form KS2 only
Please click on the link below to request a place for your child. Please complete one form for each child you require to attend.
Please be aware that submitting a request does not guarantee a place, as is stated in the Welsh Government Document: Operational guidance for schools and settings to support limited attendance at alert level 4, where it states:
“The guidance is clear that although children can have a place, it is not guaranteed”.
Welsh Government Update
Following the announcement from The Welsh Government’s Kirsty Williams today, https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-55911573
Foundation Phase children (Nursery-Year2) will be returning to school after half term on the 22nd of February. We are expecting full details regarding this from Welsh Government next week and we will share these with you as soon as we have clarification.
We will still be providing care for the Key Worker children in Years 3-6 as we have been this term, the new booking form to request a place will be sent via email and placed on the school website at 8am on Monday and will close at 3pm on the same day.
Ysgol Pen Y Bryn
Dear Parent / Carer
We sent out a disclaimer form to you last week. I wanted to give you enough time to complete the form. Unfortunately, mu attempt to be prepared backfired when the Local Authority sent out revised guidance late on Friday afternoon. I would therefore kindle request that you complete a second version, please see the link below, as soon as possible .There have been two additional symptoms added to this.
I apologise for the confusion and inconvenience this may have caused
Mrs Tabitha Sawyer
School Re-opening Survey
To assist us in our planning for the reopening of the school on Monday 29th of June, please could you fill in this short form HERE.
Researchers from Bangor University have recently been working with the World Health Organisation and UNICEF to put together a series of evidence-informed guides for parents to help them through the school closure period. Please see the link below for further information
Online Safety at Home
With many children now having increased access to the internet, this campaign intends to provide families with support and resources to explore online safety issues with their children.
The NCA have provided home activity packs for parents and carers to work on with their children. Each pack contains two 15-minute simple and fun activities, designed to be delivered using ‘Thinkuknow’ content. Read the full article below.
Home activity packs from ‘Thinkuknow.’