Crickhowell is a Community School that places a strong emphasis on working with its many partners to develop exciting futures for the children in its care. We see education as a partnership between home and school and recognise that developing effective working relationships with parents and carers is essential in order to meet the school’s aims.
This website will provide you with information on the school and all the activities that the children are engaged in. Contact us directly to find out more or arrange a visit.
Crughywel yw Ysgol Gymuned sydd yn rhoi pwyslais gryf ar gweithio gyda’i llawer o bartneriaid i ddatblygu dyfodol gyffrous am y plant yn ei ofal. Rydyn ni’n gweld addysg fel partneriaeth rhwng cartref ac ysgol ac yn cydnabod bod datblygu pethynas waith effeithiol gyda rhieni ac ofalwyr yn hanfodol er mwyn cwrdd â nodau’r ysgol.
Bydd y wefan yma yn ddarparu gwybodaeth am yr ysgol a’r holl weithgareddau y mae’r plant yn cymryd rhan mewn. Cysylltwch â ni yn uniongyrchol i gael gwybod mwy neu trefnwch ymweliad.
“The school has an effective open door policy.”
“Regular visits to the community and visitors from the local area make positive contributions to enriching pupils’ experiences…”
“…the school has an effective open-door policy.”
“…nearly all pupils achieve good standards.”
“The headteacher and senior management team have a good understanding of how to improve the school.”
“…standards of speaking, listening, reading and writing are consistently good or better.”
“Most pupils enjoy their lessons and give sensible opinions about what they are learning.”
“Staff know their pupils well.”
“The school sets out clear expectations of pupils’ behaviour and staff promote these consistently in all classes.”
“The provision for pupils with additional learning needs is a strong feature of the school.”
“The school is a welcoming community and it respects and values all its pupils.”
“Indoor displays are of a good standard and celebrate pupils’ work and achievements successfully.”
“The headteacher and staff work closely together to raise pupils’ standards and to promote inclusion.”