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Ysgol Bro Brynach
Llanboidy, SA34 0EL, UK Whitland
Tel. 01994 448268, Fax: 01994 448794

Welcome to Ysgol Bro Brynach


We have an open door policy, and parents are encouraged to come and talk to us about any concerns that they may have.

Parent evenings are held twice a year. We set targets for every individual child during the Autumn Term, and we offer advice and encouragement for parents so that they can help their child succeed in these targets.

The pupil's reports are given out to parents at the end of the Summer Term, and they are encouraged to come and discuss their child's progress with the teachers.

All pupils in the Early Years and KS1 have a School/Home Contact Book, to ensure a close partnership from the very beginning.

Parents are encouraged to help the school in various activities, e.g. transport children during educational visits, help with 'Dragon Sports', accompany in a band during school shows, organise costumes or create sceneries.


What is being taught?

The National Curriculum and curriculum for the Early Years is introduced through a theme. The same theme is followed throughout the school for a term.

There is a two year cycle.

Autumn Term


Spring Term


Summer Term

Living Things

Autumn Term

Sound and Light

Spring Term


Summer Term

Buildings and the Community



  • Developing pupils to their full potential, encouraging Lifelong Learning
  • Providing a happy, caring and safe country environment for children
  • Stimulating learning and play activities and opportunities


  • Enthusiastic and committed staff
  • Equal opportunities and integration for all pupils
  • Interactive Whiteboards in each classroom to stimulate and promote learning
  • Healthy eating options with food prepared on site


Usually the staff are responsible for the safety of children 15 minutes before the commencement of the morning session, until 15 minutes after the end of the school day. Of course, when certain circumstances or extra curricular activities are arranged, then the staff concerned will assume responsibility during these periods. All children are asked to attend school on time to foster good habits of punctuality.
Despite supervision of children by staff, accidents do occur from time to time. Every care and attention is given in these cases, and First Aid is administered immediately. Parents are immediately contacted regarding such an occurrence. If it is thought that injuries need immediate medical treatment then arrangements are made to transport the child to a local Medical Centre or to Glangwili Hospital, Carmarthen.
If a child becomes unwell during the school day the school's policy is to contact parents and ask them to take the child home. When a child is thought to be suffering from a contagious disease the same arrangements apply. It is important that children suffering from infectious diseases be kept at home until such time as the condition improves.
Medical and dental examinations are periodically carried out at the school, and visits by speech therapists and educational psychologists are arranged. Parents are informed accordingly.
The school requests that parents kindly forward a letter to the Headteacher:
a) when a child has to leave school early.
b) to provide an explanation for non-attendance at school on the first day back at school. Failure to send a letter within a reasonable time - span will mean that a child is entered on the attendance register as absent without permission.
c) if a child has to take essential medicines, and to give permission for a member of staff to give the medicine to the child.
d) to provide a reasonable explanation why a child cannot attend a swimming or physical education lesson.
e) to ask permission to release a child from school during term time in order to go on a family vacation.

When certain educational or other visits are arranged for the children, permission is first requested from parents. Parents are informed of the dates of school holidays, as well as every extra curricular activity.


Mid -day meals are prepared in the school kitchen. Payment for the meals is collected on Monday mornings. The cost of a daily meal is £1.55. If parents believe that they are entitled to free school meals then application forms are available from the Headteacher or the Education Office. It is important to complete and forward the appropriate form promptly. The school cannot credit school meals.

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