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 Phone : (01495) 200223


 Address : Ynysddu Primary School, High Street, Ynysddu, NP11 7JH

Our visions and aims

The Federated Governing Body of 

Cwmfelinfach and Ynysddu Primary Schools

Chair of Governors: Mr C. Woods

Vice-Chair of Governors: Mr M Smith

BELONG, BELIEVE, BE YOU

The mission statement has been developed for the Federation as a result of two schools Cwmfelinfach and Ynysddu Primary formally federating from 1st September 2019. The two schools have a shared headteacher. Each school will retain its own identity.

Vision Principles

 

BELONG – (Nurturing positive conditions to thrive)

All members of the Federation of Cwmfelinfach and Ynysddu will work together to ensure that wellbeing is at the heart of the school. We are committed to developing a safe, secure and happy inclusive environment developing relationships based on mutual trust and respect and where pupils and staff feel valued and their voices are listened to.

 

BELIEVE(Igniting a passion and excitement for learning)

All members of the Federation of Cwmfelinfach and Ynysddu will work together to encourage pupils and staff to become determined, independent, resilient learners who are willing to take risks, learn from others and play an active role in their own learning.

 

BE YOU – (Fostering individuality)

All members of the Federation of Cwmfelinfach and Ynysddu will work together to ensure that all pupils and staff are valued as an individual and develop their self-esteem and uniqueness. This will enable them to become the best version of themselves which will be celebrated across the school.

 

School Aims / Four Purposes

We want our pupils to develop the capacity for lifelong learning, to have a love of learning and to make sure that the learning needs of all pupils are fully met.

 

We are constantly evaluating and refining our Curriculum within each key stage.  The four aims below are the four principles which underpin our work and paint a picture of the type of young people we are aiming to shape and mould, supported through the delivery of the twelve pedagogical principles. The curriculum aims to enable all our pupils to be:

 

·         Ambitious, capable learners who are ready to learn throughout their lives.  Who enjoy learning, make excellent progress and achieve their full potential. Our aim is that pupils become successful learners who can use their thinking skills effectively and who are able to work in a scholarly way.

·         Enterprising, creative contributors who are ready to play a full part in life and work.

·         Ethical, informed citizens who are ready to be citizens of Wales and the world.

·         Healthy, confident individuals who are ready to lead fulfilling lives as valued members of society.  We aim for pupils to be individuals who make a positive contribution to society and who use their talents and abilities for the benefit of others as well as themselves.