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Estyn Inspection 2014 - click here

The school has no religious affiliation and religious education is provided in accordance with the Conwy agreed syllabus. If a parent objects to their child receiving religious instruction or attending the morning assembly on conscientious grounds, other suitable arrangements can be made.

Health and sex education is taught modularly through a series of lessons. The programme covers sex education, the importance of healthy eating, keeping fit and personal cleanliness. Other suitable arrangements can be made, if you as parents object to your child taking part in sex education lessons.

  • Over 440 networked computers, all with internet access:
  • Each classroom is equipped with an interactive white board and a data projector.
  • Five Information Technology suites, laptop trolleys, computers in all in teaching rooms.
  • A Virtual Learning Environment (moodle) which gives pupils access to their work and resources anywhere and any time thus enabling them to have greater independence in their learning.

 

1. REPORTING TO PARENTS CALENDAR 2015/16 - click here

 

 

 

E-safety:
• All pupils use computer facilities including Internet access as an essential part of learning, as required by the National Curriculum. Both pupils and their parents/carers are asked to sign to show that the e-safety Rules have been understood and agreed.
• The school and ‘Conwy Net’ will take all reasonable precautions (filtering software) to ensure that pupils cannot access inappropriate materials but this is a difficult task as new websites and proxy sites may bypass these precautions .

Use of photography and digital images of children:
• The Data Protection Act 1998 affects our use of photography. This is because an image of a child is personal data for the purpose of the Act and it is a requirement that consent is obtained from the parent of a child or young person under the age of 18 years for any photographs or video recordings for purposes beyond the school’s core educational function. (e.g. school web sites, school productions). It is also important to ascertain the views of the child.

• It is likely that there will be a number of occasions during a child’s time in educational activity when the school may wish to photograph or video a pupil.

Consent is sought when the pupil starts at the school to last for the duration of their stay. Parents/carers retain the right to withdraw consent at any stage, but they need to do so in writing.

For further details please contact the school for a copy of our e-safety and Photographic Image policy.

Statement of Intent
Ysgol Dyffryn Conwy has a policy to adopt procedures for the health, safety and welfare of all persons within the workplace. The school will meet this goal by working in partnership with Conwy’s Corporate Health and Safety Section, Conwy Education Services, Education Enterprise, Sodexo, Governors, Staff, Parents and Pupils to provide effective support, advice, guidance and appropriate enforcement relating to health, safety and welfare issues.

Please find attached a letter showing the new charge for school meals - click here

Also attached are forms that enable you to claim Free School Meals (FSM) - click here

The canteen uses a biometric cashless scheme. This allows Automatic free meal allocation with the pupil remaining anonymous.
Maybe you could be eligible for Free School Meals.

If you are eligible we urge you to claim because the more pupils on FSM within the school the greater the school’s budget allocation from the authority

Sodexo School Meals-Allergy Procedure - click here

Sodexo Food Allergy Request Form - click here

The school celebrates the talents of our pupils as you will see from our annual magazine, Y Bont. As a member of NACE Cymru*, supporting and developing our pupils’ talents and ability is important to us. The school will do everything possible to give our pupils the opportunity to develop their special talent - be it an academic talent or a talent in a different area such as the arts or sport. If you would like to discuss this matter further, please contact the school.

www.nace.co.uk

If you would like to get in touch with the school about your child’s talents, please fill in the form.

Ysgol Dyffryn Conwy, in accordance with the requirements of the Welsh National Assembly Circular 03/2004, has established a procedure to consider general complaints. In compliance with the requirements of this circular, every complaint is taken seriously and treated impartially. Every
complaint is dealt with promptly and within a specific time.

All complaints should be referred to the Head in the first instance.

 

 

Contact Details
Ysgol Dyffryn Conwy, Ffordd Nebo, Llanrwst, Conwy. LL26 OSD

Phone: 01492 642800
Fax: 01492 642801
E-mail: cyff@dyffrynconwy.conwy.sch.uk

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