Ysgol Glannau Gwaun

O'n Gorau Daw Goleuni

Key Information / Gwybodaeth Allwedol

Cynllun GGYCRh RCSG plan

PDG Ysgol Glannau Gwaun 2021/22

Letter from The Director of Education July 2021

Dinner Menu Summer Term 2021

End of term letter Easter 2021

Dydd Gwener 5/03/21    Friday 5/03/21


Re-opening of primary schools 

From Monday, 15th March it is the intention of the Welsh Government to re-open primary schools to all learners, if the scientific evidence continues to show a decline in the R rate of the virus and transmission continues to reduce in communities. 


It is vital that we continue to practice effective social distancing, wear appropriate face coverings and wash our hands frequently in order to keep the risk of transmission and cross contamination at a low rate.  


In order to ensure that we are taking every precaution to lessen the risk of transmission, I kindly ask that all parents / carers wear face coverings, socially distance and do not gather to socialise / chat at dropping off and collection times.  


Please see links to view Kirsty Williams’ announcement regarding primary school re-opening: 



Ailagor ysgolion cynradd 

O ddydd Llun, Mawrth 15fed, bwriad Llywodraeth Cymru yw ailagor ysgolion cynradd i bob dysgwr, os yw'r dystiolaeth wyddonol yn parhau i ddangos gostyngiad yng nghyfradd R y feirws a bod trosglwyddo yn parhau i ostwng mewn cymunedau. 


Mae'n hanfodol ein bod yn parhau i ymarfer ymbellhau cymdeithasol effeithiol, gwisgo gorchuddion wyneb priodol a golchi ein dwylo'n aml er mwyn cadw'r risg o drosglwyddo a chroeshalogi ar gyfradd isel.  


Er mwyn sicrhau ein bod yn cymryd pob rhagofal i leihau'r risg o drosglwyddo, gofynnaf yn garedig i bob rhiant / gofalwr wisgo gorchuddion wyneb, cadw pellter cymdeithasol a pheidio ymgynnull i gymdeithasu / sgwrsio ar amseroed gollwng a chasglu.  

Gweler cyhoeddiad Kirsty Williams ar ddolen Trydar ynghylch ailagor ysgolion cynradd: 

Foundation Phase returning to Face-to-Face learning 22nd February 2021/Cyfnod Sylfaen yn dychwelyd i ddysgu wyneb i wyneb 22 o Chwefror 2021.docx

Letter to Parents 8th January 2021/ llythyr i rieni Ionawr 8 fed 2021

School Development Plan 2020-2021

Pupil Deprivation Plan 2020-21

Positive Test at Ysgol Glannau Gwaun

Information from Pembrokeshire County Council

If over the half term period, your child seeks a Covid test and the outcome of that test is positive please contact by email
Pembrokeshire County Council will then contact the school.

All reported absences that are related to COVID symptoms have to be logged. The document below outlines the information we will be providing on the sheet.

What to do if your child is displaying symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19)/Beth i’w wneud os yw eich plentyn yn dangos symptomau coronafeirws (COVID-19)

Letter to parents regarding Sept 2020

End of year letter to parents 21/07/20

Letter from Pembrokeshire County Council / Llythyron Cyngor Sir Benfro

Reopening as a school

Prynhawn da,

I'm sure you are eagerly awaiting information regarding Glannau Gwaun reopening. We have received guidelines from Welsh Government today, these state that 'there is an expectation for schools to offer the opportunity for pupils to attend school on three occasions before the summer holidays.' We will have a maximum of one third of our pupils on site at any one time. This allows us to have classrooms with no more than seven pupils in during one day.
The provisional reopening looks as follows:
Your child will be offered one day a week for 4 weeks from the 29th June. It will be the same day each week.
There will be a professional cleaner on site during the day.
There will be hand sanitising stations throughout the school.
Every classroom has 3 sinks allowing regular hand washing.
Pupils will only come into contact with the other six pupils in their group and the two adults teaching the group.

Further organisational information will be sent to you as soon as updated pupil numbers have been received.

Thank you to those parents who have completed the reopening survey. This has helped us to make the decisions made already. It is essential for the next phase of organisation that parents complete the VERY brief form below.

Please take care and keep safe,

Mari Jones

Summer Term in Lock down


Dear parents/carers, 


I hope you all have had a restful Easter break. Tomorrow is the beginning of our very first home learning summer term!  


It’s definitely a strange and challenging time, so it’s ok if you and your child feel wobbly and worried at the moment. We’re here for you every step of the way as we figure this all out together. Remember, if you have any concerns about helping your child learn or you need any other support from the school, please let us know by emailing me or dojoing your child’s class teacher.  


We miss the children very much, but we must follow the government’s guidance to keep everyone in our community safe. So, we’re carrying on with home learning for the foreseeable future. 


Just because we’re not all in the same building, doesn’t mean we can’t have some fun together! Your children will have lots of activities they can get stuck into over the summer term – so keep a close eye on Hwb, Dojo and Google classroom (Year 5 and 6) 


We can’t say yet when we’ll be able to open the school fully, but rest assured that we’ll continue doing our utmost to keep your child’s learning and our school community connected. Staff will be phoning every family to see how things are going The number might appear as a withheld number. Please answer the call because we have a responsibility to speak to all families often.  


Keep safe and take care, 


Warm regards, 


Mari Jones 


Ysgol Glannau Gwaun as Hub school 


20200326: Pembrokeshire County Council Childcare arrangements


Pembrokeshire County Council Childcare arrangements


Pembrokeshire County Council is introducing aChildcare hub-based model for critical workers and the families of vulnerable learners.


The move follows the UK Government’s restrictions placed on movement this week and the need for greater social distancing measures.


From 30 March 2020, Childcare will only be available to eligible critical workers and at specific locations within the county.


Places must be booked online – and children from vulnerable families will be contacted by a key worker and offered places.


Each setting will be open from 8:00am to 4:00pm until 20 April, after which time all settings will be open from 7:00am – 6:00pm. The online Childcare booking applications will be processed centrally on a weekly basis.


There will be no option to turn up without a confirmed booking as most critical workers will know their shifts in advance.


The advice remains to stay at home wherever possible in order to maintain social distancing. 


Each setting will have a maximum number of places.


Children 3 -11 can attend the primary settings below:

Pembroke Dock:​​​​ ​​​



Tenby VC:


Milford Haven Community Primary meads site:​​


Glannau Gwaun:​​​​​​

Y Frenni:​​​​​​​​​​​


Special Settings for pupils who currently attend those settings:

Portfield for Special Pupils



The demand for secondary places has been low and learners aged 11-14 can attend the settings below:






For children 0-3 childcare is payable and operates from the following settings:

Happy Days Milford 

Playdays Fishguard

Tiny Treasures at Tenby VC.

Golden Manor Pembroke

Jolly Jumpers Haverfordwest

ABC Haverfordwest

Withybush Hospital Day Nursery Haverfordwest.


PDG 2019-20

School Developement Plan including PDG 2018/19