Welcome to Ysgol Hafan y Môr
An overview for re-opening arrangements September 2020
Letter detailing all arrangements for September 2020 re-opening
Risk Assessment for Re-opening January 2021 (revised 17.12.2020)
Videos to illustrate re-opening measures
Schools Record Keeping of COVID19.pdf
Update - new safety measures 27.11.2020
Changes to drop off & collection
Following new rules from Welsh Governement and Pembrokeshire County Council, all parents / carers are kindly asked to wear a face covering when bringing their child to school and collecting them. This is to ensure the continued safety of all and is attempting to lessen the transmission of the virus in the community.
Could I also please remind all parents and carers that they must adhere to the one way system, follow the white arrows and not walk across the back yard playground. If parents/ carers have collected younger children please keep them with you whilst you wait on the spot to collect an older sibling. I kindly ask that parents / carers collect their child/ren and immediately leave the school grounds.
These measures are in place to try and protect all and lessen the transmission rate. The transmission rate of the virus is increasing across Pembrokeshire and within schools, please make every effort to protect everyone and support us, as a school, by reminding others of the current and new measures on school grounds.
School drop off – Any child in yr.3 or younger
If your child does not come to the breakfast club, please ensure that you wait with your child on the appropriate spot until your child’s class teacher opens the classroom door to allow your child to enter. Children in yr. 3 or below, cannot be left by themselves as this could potentially cause a serious safeguarding risk.
Ysgol Hafan y Môr, is the first Welsh-medium school in the area and was opened in September 2016. The school comprisies of six full-time classes of mixed age with a capacity for 210 full-time pupils and 60 part-time, nursery pupils. Pupils are admitted to the school in the term following their third birthday. Pupil numbers have increased significantly since the opening of the school and we continue to grow.
In addition to the school, we also have a Cylch Meithrin on site, which is available on a daily basis for 2yr olds and is CIW registered. The Cylch Ti a Fi for children from 0-3yrs is held on a Wednesday morning, Thursday afternoon and Friday morning. Further information about the pre-school activities can be obtained via the school.
(Focus on today)
To create a happy, safe and stimulating learning environment where all members of the school community can gain confidence and develop their full potential.
(Focus on the future)
At Ysgol Hafan y Môr, we seek to create a happy, safe and stimulating learning environment and teaching that provides for the spiritual, moral, mental and physical needs of every child, by promoting high expectations throughout the school. We aim to ensure that every pupil has the opportunity to develop their full potential and flourish within the culture of a loving, digital and supportive Welsh-medium school.
To ensure that our learners are ambitious, able who are ready to learn throughout their lives; ('Successful Future')
To ensure that our learner is enterprising, creative contributors who are ready to play their full part in their life and work; ('Successful Future')
To ensure our pupils are ethical, informed and ready to be citizens of Wales and the World; ('Successful Future')
To make our learner healthy, confident individuals who are ready to live a life and realize their aspirations as valuable members of society; ('Successful Future')
To offer a Welsh-medium education that will enable each child to achieve equal proficiency in Welsh and English by the end of KS2;
To ensure everyone works to enable each child to achieve their full potential in the Basic Skills, Literacy, Numeracy, ICT and thinking skills;
To enable each individual to become confident and independent in their learning;
To encourage the children to show consideration and respect towards property and others;
To encourage the children to show pride in their work and behavior and to seek excellence according to their talent and maturity;
To develop Welsh as a medium language (educationally and socially);
To enable each child to develop their own cultural identity and at the same time promote and respect their understanding of other cultures;
Have a close open environment that includes parents, the community and all our stakeholders.
Weekly Attendance Figure:
(week ending: 27.11.2020 )
Attendance Target is: 95.2% (2020-21)