Students' engagement and work indicated by following scores:
3 = Has engaged in MOST or ALL work either during online lessons or independently / Has submitted MOST, if not ALL tasks set during Lockdown (or defined period)
2 = Has engaged in SOME (roughly 50%+) work during online lessons or independently / Has submitted SOME (roughly 50%+) of any tasks set during Lockdown (or defined period)
1 = Has engaged in FEW (less the 50%) of work during online lessons or independently / Has submitted FEW (less than 50%) of any tasks set during Lockdown (or defined period)
0 = Has engaged in NO work during online lessons or independently / Has submitted NO tasks set during Lockdown (or defined period)
6th July 2020
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21st May 2020
Pembrokeshire PDG Plus is a Pembrokeshire County Council scheme to help parents in difficult circumstances with school uniforms.
From April 2019, Pembrokeshire CC will offer a grant to families facing ‘exceptional circumstances’ to support school uniform and school equipment costs.
PDG plus is available for any school-age child - your child does not have to be entitled to free school meals.
29th April 2020
As a school, we are fully aware of the challenges so many homes face, where they are trying to access our virtual school, in a situation where there is simply not enough equipment for each child to work on.
Whilst we welcome the announcement from Pembrokeshire County Council, it is worth remembering the 500 ipads are for all schools in Pembrokeshire; primary and secondary. At the moment, there is no timescale for the release of the equipment and no process by which parents and guardians can apply for the equipment.
Given this, please remember that it is okay for children within a family to share the equipment, we understand that not all tasks will be completed. In this difficult time, we don’t want parents and carers to become stressed by incomplete work/activities. If access to equipment is a problem, it is really good to think of other forms of education. Children can help with household chores; cook a family meal; watch documentaries; help teach younger brothers and sisters timetables etc.
Pembrokeshire County Council:
Plans are being finalised to loan 500 iPads to Pembrokeshire school pupils to help them get online and aid learning at home.
The devices will help ensure that pupils without access to digital learning do not miss out while schools are closed during the coronavirus outbreak.
To ensure that pupils are able to get online, even in homes without internet access, Pembrokeshire County Council is to buy 500 4G MiFi mobile internet devices.
These will be loaned alongside the iPads to help pupils access the online learning resources organised by schools.
The 4G service will provide a basic level of content control and while not a replacement for in-school filtering, will provide restrictions for content unsuitable for children.
Schools are currently being contacted to determine supplies of iPads available for loan and to organise collection, testing and installation of relevant apps.
Where schools have insufficient devices, stock will be loaned from an alternate school or via the Hwb Transformation Programme.
Supporting packs for set up and further dedicated support is being organised.
The Council will also buy 500 tough cases to provide protection for the devices during their loan period.
It is accepted that there is the risk of damage during the loan period and neither parents nor the school would be expected to cover any cost of damage in such circumstances.
Once the method for loaning an iPad has been agreed further details will be released.
28th April 2020
All schools in Pembrokeshire currently take part in a project called Operation Encompass that runs jointly between schools and Dyfed- Powys Police as a county wide initiative.
21st April 2020
A message from our Deputy Head, Mr Tom Crichton about Home Learning
29th March 2020
The school has compiled a list of websites to help with home learning.
You can find the Symbaloo Webmix by clicking this link - Ysgol Harri Tudur Symbaloo
25th March 2020
We are all understandably feeling a bit unsettled by events at the moment; one way to distract ourselves, and a proven boost to our wellbeing and mental health, as well as a great way of keeping our minds active, is to lose ourselves in a good book!
Ysgol Harri Tudur pupils and staff don't need to worry if they have books on loan from the school library – all the dates have been automatically extended until we’re back in school. Just take the time to relax and enjoy your reading!
Our Librarian, Mrs Smith, has put together some recommendations for reading-related activities, videos, author and illustrator websites, suggested good reads, etc.
Although our Library may be physically closed, Mrs Smith is happy to help with any questions regarding reading for pleasure, book recommendations, research and study skills, and print and online information sources. Just get in touch.
25th March 2020
In light of the current Covid19 situation, Pembrokeshire Music Service have created a secure digital learning platform for all learners to access continued music provision (via Hwb).
The ‘PMS Learning Zone’ includes links to a variety of tutorials and resources which will hopefully encourage pupils to continue to practice their instruments at home. It also provides a ‘fun zone’ with links to entertaining music videos and performances.
Importantly, the platform is for all students to access, whether or not they currently gain tuition from the Music Service. The learning zone will provide resources across all instrument families and grades (from pre grade 1 to grade 8).
The platform is now ‘live’! However please note that this fantastic resource has only been created within the last 7 days and will evolve and grow in the days and weeks to come as Music Service staff populate the learning zone with new material.
Any queries about ‘PMS Learning Zone’, please feel free to get in touch with the music service via firstname.lastname@example.org
19th March 2020
Members of the Governing Body and the Senior Leadership Team met with parents to respond to any questions regarding the School's Post Inspection Action Plan ( PIAP )
16th January 2020
Use of School Drop Off/Pick Up Zones
When dropping off or picking up pupils please ensure the Drop Off and Pick Up Zones are used.
13th January 2020
Staff, Pupils and Parents are reminded to take care when travelling to and from school, by whatever means, whilst on both public access roads and pavements and the school campus. All are asked to ensure they adhere to road signs, in particular road speed and parking/dropping off zones, and to use appropriate crossing points as necessary. With poor weather and low light conditions all are requested to take extra attention to their own and others safety.
29th November 2019
Pupil Reading Books
A reminder to parents and pupils that pupils should always have a reading book in their bag. This could be a book being read for pleasure or one for studying in school.
26th November 2019
Pembrokeshire County Council's Data Protection Policy is now available on our Policies page.
16th July 2019
We have added curriculum maps for several more subject areas, showing which areas pupils study in which terms.
15th May 2019
We have published privacy notices providing information on how we manage the personal information of pupils, parents/carers/guardians and members of staff, in accordance with local authority and governmental direction.
These privacy notices, along with our other written policies, can be found at any time on the School Policies page.
12th April 2019
A small number of pupils have been trespassing on Bush House land on their way to and from school. Pupils seen have been in uniform and are being captured on CCTV by Bush House.
If this trespassing continues Bush House will use this CCTV coverage to contact the police and undertake prosecution action.
Please keep to the public paths to access school.
8th April 2019
In March 2014 Professor Graham Donaldson was asked to conduct a fundamental review of curriculum and assessment arrangements from Foundation Phase to Key Stage 4.
Ysgol Harri Tudur is not responsible for the content of third-party websites.
5th April 2019
On 19th November 2018, Estyn arrived at the school for inspection week. We have summarised their report (published on 24th January 2019) for parents and carers. In addition, we have written to parents/carers to address certain matters arising from the Estyn report.
These letters were sent home to parents on 24th January 2019.
24th January 2019