Ysgol Harri Tudur | Henry Tudor School

Ysgol Harri Tudur | Henry Tudor School

School Fête

Ysgol Harri Tudur's first School Fête, held on Saturday 22nd June 2019, was a huge success.

At Ysgol Harri Tudur we held our first summer fête on Saturday 22nd June 2019. 

The school was split into different zones (Shopping, Music, Play, Activities, Food and Art) which included a range of stalls of various types, inside and outside games, hot food and drink, a fabulous pupil art exhibition and a musical and entertainment programme involving the School Choir and the school play Hairspray

Monies raised will go to support both school activities and our affiliated school charities. The fête was a great success and we hope this will grow into an annual event.

Newsdesk

Ysgol Harri Tudur / Henry Tudor School Governing Body has a vacancy for the voluntary position of Community Governor. The school is particularly keen to recruit new members whose skills would broaden the skills base of the Governing Body, and the role of Community Governor aims to ensure community representation and community interest on the Governing Body. Governors do not have to be parents of pupils at the school, but should have a genuine interest in education. Read More…

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Sandy Bear, with support from the WI, have donated a remembrance tree for our well-being garden. Sandy Bear is a Pembrokeshire charity dedicated to improving and strengthening the emotional health and well-being of young people aged 0-18 (and their families), who have experienced the death of a loved one. We aim to reduce emotional difficulties in childhood and the prevalence of mental illness in later life that can result in a decreased quality of life, poorer educational attainment, social and health problems and increased vulnerability.It is hoped that the tree will provide a focal point for children who have experienced a bereavement and a quiet place for them to remember a loved one. Read More…

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