Croesyceiliog School Learning, Respect, Ambition


Updated Information re: Music Tuition


Gwent Music will now take over the process of collecting money for Music tuition. The school finance department will no longer control the payment process.  New arrangements will apply for all music tuition from September 2018. Click on the link to download / view




Croesyceiliog School PRIVACY NOTICE

The wording in this document reflects the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) effective from the 25th May 2018.

Please click on the link to download / read: Croesyceiliog-School-GDPR-Privacy-Notice.docx 

Please click on the links below in order to view the Privacy Notice to all new parents and pupils. 






Please click on the links to download copies of the letters and reports.






Parents, Childcare and Employment Leaflet

What will PaCE offer?

• PaCE will help parents/guardians not in employment into training and employment.

• PaCE will help find and fund solutions to overcome childcare barriers to enable parents/guardians to prepare for and access employment opportunities.

• Parent Employment Advisers will engage with parents on a voluntary basis to establish realistic and achievable goals.

• Parents will receive individualised help via their Parent Employment Adviser in their local community.

• They will help to improve skills, tackle low confidence/self esteem, and move parents/guardians closer to sustainable employment.

For further information please click on the link A5-Leaflet.pdf


How was school today? Parents’ and carers’ guide to secondary school for children ages 11-14

The Welsh Government believes that giving young learners a sound foundation for the future will benefit children and Wales as a whole in the long term. Parents and carers have a vital role to play in helping their children to learn and, more importantly, to enjoy school and learning.  The guide below will help explain what your child is learning in secondary school. It will give you some ideas about how to help your child and where to get more information, and will explain how their progress will be measured and reported to you.

 Click on the link 160701-hwst-secondary-en.pdf

Understanding National Reading and Numeracy Test Reports

This short animation talks parents/carers through the National Reading and Numeracy Test reports.

Click on the link

Public Health Guidance Poster

Please find below a link that when pasted in to Google will allow you to download this poster called Guidance on Infection Control in  Schools. Schools poster_1.pdf

SchoolBeat is a bilingual site from the All-Wales School Liaison Core Programme, providing information and resources for teachers, pupils and parents to follow up on the lessons provided to primary and secondary school children by our School Community Police Officers. The website focuses on the three main themes of the Programme: drug and substance misuse, social behaviour and community and personal safety.



Animated Guide for Parents - Reading and Numeracy Test

Please find below the link to an animated guide for parents/carers relating to the Reading and Numeracy test results which talks parents through the National Reading and Numeracy test reports which are due to arrive in schools sometime during the week beginning 6th July.





Our parents/carers play a key role in the school and support their children and the school community in many different ways. Our school continues to go from strength to strength and whilst most credit for this goes to our fantastic pupils, parents/carers make a huge contribution to our success.

We hope that this website provides all parents/carers with the information they need to support their child. The areas most useful on this website for parents/carers are key dates, uniform, contact details and year group areas although we are sure that every area of the website may provide you with helpful information.

We enjoy excellent communications with our parents/carers and events such as parents evenings are very well attended. We welcome all comments and suggestions from parents/carers and ask that you get in touch if there is something that you think we could improve. Many of our best developments have come from parents/carers suggestions. We recognise that there may be rare occasions when parents/carers are not happy with an aspect of school life. We have published our complaints procedure on the policy page. Parents/carers can be reassured that all concerns raised through this process will be dealt with sensitively and professionally. Again, as a community we understand that whilst we hope that parents/carers will not have a grievance with the school, when they happen it is an opportunity for us to make improvements.

As ever, we would like to thank of of our parents/carers for their ongoing support. You might like to keep in touch by following the school on twitter add twitter account.

Pastoral documents can be found by clicking on the following tabs / links:

About Us Tab - Policies (in the menu bar)

Pastoral Tab- Pastoral Documents (in the menu bar)