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Plans for School Reopening

Following the announcement this week by Education Minister Kirsty Williams, it appears that we will be opening school for pupils on 29th June.

This date will begin a phased operation that will allow all children some degree of face to face contact with teachers and their classmates. It will not, of course be business as usual- there will be many restrictions and precautions. We now await detailed guidance from the Welsh Government which will arrive next week.

As the guidance becomes available and as plans are worked through, I will be able to provide you with further information. I will endeavour to do this as soon as it is practical. In the meantime, I would like to assure you that we will be working in accordance with the Welsh Government guidance and we will be working very closely with NPTCBC officers and colleagues from other schools to ensure a coordinated and consistent approach.

Inclement Weather

Dear Parents and Carers,

As there is a suggestion that we might have some bad weather on the way, I thought it would be a good idea to give an update on procedures.

Should weather conditions deteriorate to the extent that it would be unsafe to run school, please check the school texting service for updates. Mrs Jones and I will keep you informed.

We will also use The Wave and Swansea Sound Radio Stations to share essential information.

I am hoping that we will not need to use either service to close school.


Best wishes,

Ms Beaumont

ALN Drop in NPT


Are you a Parent/Carer of a child with a Special Educational Need/Additional Learning Needs?


NPT Inclusion Service are offering the opportunity for you to meet with staff members to discuss any concerns you may have on:-


Monday 12th November 2018

between 9.00am – 12.00pm at


St Pauls Centre

Gerald Street

Port Talbot

SA12 6DQ


If you would like to book a slot for consultation please email

Attendance Lottery – You have got to be in it to win it!

Research has shown that there is a strong correlation between good attendance and pupil achievement. As Bishop Tom said in his recent letter on Education Sunday, our schools are beacons of excellence. We have the very highest expectations for our pupils and are working together with our parents to improve attendance where ever possible, to ensure that our children have the very best start to their education. Please do not book family holidays during term time.

Attendance Lottery

In a bid to encourage good attendance MISSIO Ambassadors will help organise the weekly collection of names to be entered into the Attendance Lottery. All children who achieve 100% attendance for one week will be entered into a class draw for that week. A prize will be drawn at the end of each term for each class. Good luck:)

You do your best and God will do the rest

Ms Beaumont