Welcome To Llannon School
Ysgol Gynradd Llannon
Preparing Together Today for Tomorrow's Future
In Llannon School the aim is to create a safe and happy environment for your child in order to stimulate his/her spiritual, moral, cultural and physical development.
Most visitors to the school comment on the warm welcome they receive and the courtesy and maturity of our pupils. The relationship between staff, adults and pupils is good and is based on respect.
Llannon is a happy school and this springs from the increasing number of different and successful activities that take place here. Such an effort makes the pupils, parents, staff, the L.E.A. and the public in general, proud of their connection with the school. We like to take an interest in our pupils after they have left and are proud of their educational achievements.
After completing their education at Llannon School, our pupils continue their education at the local Secondary schools.
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“Shut the living room door, keep the dog quiet and get ready for the next competitor- EISTEDDFOD T is about to start...”
Following the disappointment of having to postpone the 2020 Denbighshire Eisteddfod until 2021, we are pleased to announce that Eisteddfod T will be on a screen and radio near you between May 25 and 29 this year and will be a lively and vibrant celebration of all the talents of the children and youth of Wales, on a slightly different stage from our usual one.
We are asking you, our members and teachers, to get involved and compete by selecting competitions from the list and uploading your videos, clips and photos of performances and work BEFORE 12pm May 11. Our Eisteddfod T judges will choose the best entries to reach the finals to be broadcast in special programmes on S4C, on the S4C website and on BBC Radio Cymru. And it doesn't matter if you don't usually compete at the Eisteddfod, there are lots of new competitions at Eisteddfod T that will appeal to everyone! In addition to traditional competitions such as choirs and cerdd dant, there are new fun competitions – entertainment, lip-sync and something for the whole the family... including your pets! And we will be announcing more challenges for you to take part in very soon!
A list of all the competitions and instructions on how to compete can be found on the http://s4c.urdd.cymru/en/ website.
Here too, you will find pieces to perform, sound tracks, accompaniments, filming and recording tips and everything that is required to enter before the closing date at 12pm on May 11.
So, are you ready for EISTEDDFOD T?
Coronavirus – Information Hub for Families and Children
AREA 43 COUNSELLING SERVICE
During the time that Carmarthenshire schools are closed, Area 43’s schools counsellors will be offering counselling remotely, via Zoom, an online platform using text, audio or video link or over the phone.
To access counselling support, please complete the self-referral (for children/young people from year 5 and older in Carmarthenshire) and a counsellor will contact you directly.
Free School Meals
From Thursday there will be packed lunches for children in receipt of free school meals at the following locations:
Ysgol Y Castell, Ysgol Rhys Prichard, Ysgol Carreg Hirfaen and ALL Secondary schools.
Information regarding the distribution of free school meals has been released on the website below and can be found via the following link:
Important Information For Parents
Important information regarding childcare provision for key workers.
After School Club Closure
The After School club is closed until further notice from 23/3/20. This is a temporary measure until the current situation improves. Click below for further information.
Ideas for activities during closure days
Foundation Phase- Upload work or images on HWB to receive feedback.
Foundation Phase Work plan - Week commencing 27/4/20
Fondation Phase Work plan - Week Commencing 4/5/20
Foundation Phase Work plan - Week Commencing 11/5/20
Foundation Phase Work plan - Week Commencing 18/5/20
KS2- Keep an eye out for challenges on Google Classrooms.
Cystadlaethau Crefft yr Urdd 2020 / Urdd Art and craft competition 2020
Building words- 'Llythrennau a synau' Cam 2
Recognising the difference between oi/oe. (Bl 1 a 2)
Word mats to support diary writing. (BL 1 A 2)
Rhyme- Colour and sing.
-Nos Da. Cysga Dy Ora
Foundation Phase- Please check 'Shared Files' in your HWB accounts as some activities have been shared there.
Hwb Tutorial for Parents
Gwrando ar storiau Cymraeg- Link
-Wwsh ar y brwsh (Room on the broom)- Julia Donaldson.
-Croeso i'n Cragen (Sharing a Shell)- Julia Donaldson.
-Winni'r Wrach (Winnie the Witch)- Korky Paul
-Mae pawb yn mynd ar saffari (Addasiad gan Mererid Hopwood)
Below is a link to the latest Coronavirus information site. Any new information will appear on this website.
Managing and controling infection
Recently there have been cases of stomach upsets and vomiting in school. Please ensure that your child is kept home for 48 hours if unwell in order to minimise the risk of spreading the infection further. If you would like any further information, click the link below to access the NHS Direct website.
Governors’ Annual Report
Llannon school were inspected by Estyn from Monday the 18th of February to Thursday the 21st of February.
Ysgol Llannon School
Arolygiad Estyn Inspection
To read the 2019 report click on the logo below.
How was school today guide - click here and search for 'How was school today?'
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There are resources and information available for parents on HWB.
*Current Board of Governors