Welcome to Ysgol Cefn Meiriadog's Website!
Aims and objectives
Croeso i Ysgol Cefn Meiriadog
Welcome to Ysgol Cefn Meiriadog,
Our aim here at Ysgol Cefn Meiriadog is to give the children in our care
secure, stimulating, encouraging environment whereby each pupil,
regardless of academic ability, is given the opportunity to develop and
make progress to the best of his/her ability. We wish to promote high
standards of behaviour and work, with each child developing a sense of
pride in their achievements, their relationships with other pupils and
adults, and in their appearance. We want our children to be happy,
confident and successful.
Ysgol Cefn Meiriadog is situated in a bilingual community and we aim to
reflect this in the everyday life of the school as well as in the more
public area of concerts, end-of-term services etc.
The purpose of this prospectus is to inform you about the life of the
school, its ethos and how you can be actively involved in your child’s
Mrs Jill Bathie,
Ysgol Cefn Meiriadog received an excellent report following a recent
inspection by Estyn. Many areas were given the top rating of “very good”,
including the standards achieved in nearly a quarter of lessons, the
information provided for parents, the quality of leadership by the
headteacher, the administration and organisation of the school, and the
provision of extra-curricular activities. In addition, the team of
inspectors noted that “target setting based on assessment is very good,
and assessment is very well used to inform staff on pupils’ learning
needs”. Mrs Shelagh Barnes, the Registered Inspector who led the team,
noted that the Welsh identity of the school - the Cwricwlwm Cymreig - is
very well established.
The inspectors commented on the "very positive ethos and sense of
pervading all aspects of school life". Standards of behaviour,
both in the
classroom and at playtimes or when moving around the school,
were found to
be good. The team of three inspectors judged thatlessons
orderly at the school and relationships good. The Inspection Report
highlighted the fact that the school has established good partnerships
parents and the local community, and inspectors commented that
expressed highly complimentary views in the pre-inspection
through the parental questionnaire.
The report only highlighted two areas for development, both of which had
already been identified in the school's own self-evaluation programme.
were to do with lack of indoor space for physical activity. The
already started to address these issues in its long term planning.
||Posted Wednesday 05 September 2007 - 20:42:11|
|Clwb Cefn registered with CSSIW and ran a holiday club through the summer. we had a good time; especially pirate week! |
Clwb Cefn, after school will run as usual.
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|Denbigh Rugby Festival
||Posted Sunday 24 June 2007 - 08:31:11|
|Well done to all the rugby team for doing so well at Denbigh Rugby Festival. They had a few tough games against club sides but this didn't daunt them! |
A huge thank-you to Coach Dave (Tomos's Dad) who looked after them for the day and got to Denbigh Rugby Club at the crack of dawn so our team could have the Cymru shirts!
Many thanks to all the parents who brought their children on a Saturday and who stayed to support them.
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|hiya old friends
||Posted Friday 25 May 2007 - 09:43:59|
|hiya, just want to say it has been four years since i left ysgol cefn and when you look at the school now and compare it to when i first started at the school in 1997 the number of pupils has more than tripled and now there is a new extention which shows how big the school has become. |
[Submitted by Ffion Grace Douglas]
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||Posted Friday 04 May 2007 - 20:08:58|
|Mrs Brown and class 1 have been building shelters! |
||Posted Friday 04 May 2007 - 19:52:43|
|A traverse wall was fitted to the back of the school in March. Some of the holds are very strange shapes! |
|Tlws Jewellery Party
||Posted Monday 04 December 2006 - 20:06:58|
|The Friends of the School held a jewellery party to raise money for school funds. Thanks to Rose Jones who organised it. |