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Ysgol Babanod Glan Gele
Ffordd Y Morfa, LL22 7NU, UK Abergele
Tel. 01745 823584

The School Curriculum


In order that each child will be able to achieve their maximum potential, we aim to:

a)  create a happy school environment

b)  provide a planned educational environment which will cover all areas of the development of the individual child.

Our Early Years pupils  follow the Desirable Outcomes curriculum planned by their teachers. This involves structured activities which develop basic skills in the six areas of learning - language; mathematical development; knowledge and understanding of the world; personal and social development;  physical development and creative development.  Introductory work on the language and culture of Wales is also begun.  The children's practical and creative abilities are developed through work in art, craft, music and Physical Education.  Children are encouraged to think about issues of moral, social and personal development through day to day situations, with the support of sensitive interventions the Early Years Unit staff who have regard for the requirements of the Revised Syllabus for Religious Education in planning the curriculum.

At Key Stage One (children aged from five to seven years), the three core subjects of the National Curriculum - English, Mathematics and Science, together with Technology, History, Geography, Art, Music, Physical Education and Welsh as a second language, are taught through the use of structured schemes and topic work.  Teachers base their plans on National Curriculum programmes of study and agreed school policies, using a carefully selected range of resources.  Educational visits are arranged regularly to provide first hand experience for curriculum activities.  Moral, social and personal development is encouraged by a range of activities based on real life situations taking account of the growing maturity of the children.  Children are encouraged to develop a responsible attitude and to think carefully about values.  Religious Education is taught with regard to statutory requirements and staff plan activities using the Revised Syllabus as reference.

Parents wishing to withdraw their child from Religious Education lessons should inform the Head teacher.


School Uniform

School uniform is not compulsory, but may be worn if so desired.  Our school colours are grey and red.  Uniform items with the school logo are available for purchase from the school office.

In the summer, red and white gingham dresses are a popular alternative to polo shirt/tee-shirt and skirt.


Please make a special effort to clearly mark all items of clothing and footwear with your child's name.  Our lost property box is never empty!


All pupils need a P.E. kit.                   

Black or white pumps. Trainers are not suitable because the thick soles are not flexible enough when the children are working on apparatus.   

Shorts and tee-shirt (in school colours if possible).    Please send kit to school in a suitable bag, clearly marked with your child's name.

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