Colorphoto will be taking Individual/Friendship Group photographs for Years 7, 9, 11 and 12 on Friday 20th September. Pupils will be given an individual personalised card which will allow for photographs to be ordered on line and delivered directly to home.
Friendship photographs will be handled differently; they are paid for on the day by pupils/students (£5 each) with the photographs delivered to school and subsequently distributed to pupils thereafter.
12th September 2019
Pupils from Years 7-13 are invited to enter the Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum photography competition ‘A View on Wildlife 2019’.
The photo must be taken this year and include an image of wildlife (including flora and fauna) in Pembrokeshire.
Entries should be sent to Mr A Lewis, email@example.com, Director of Humanities, no later than Friday 27th September; the best entries will then be forwarded to the Coastal forum.
11th September 2019
Open Evening will take place on Thursday 03 October, 5 - 8pm. The evening will include Sixth Form Open Evening and Marketplace, E-Safety talk, Poetry readings (for National Poetry Day), School tours and an opportunity to visit classrooms, hear and see live music and drama performed. Work from students and pupils will be displayed and there will be sampling of our school menus. There will also be plenty of time to talk to our teaching and senior staff. Year 6 pupils and parents are also welcome to attend.
11th September 2019
Ysgol Harri Tudur Community Governor Vacancy
Ysgol Harri Tudur / Henry Tudor School Governing Body has a vacancy for the voluntary position of Community Governor...
9th September 2019
Naomi Evans, who is an active member of the School Council and Pembrokeshire Youth Assembly, attended the launch of the Fearless Campaign in Llanelli.
The initiative is funded by the Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Commissioner, and the conference aims to inspire youth workers to empower children and young people to speak up about crime. The event follows a digital campaign which drew young people’s attention to the risks of exploitation, drugs and cybercrime.
Picture Information - Naomi Evans with the Police & Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn (L) and Crimestoppers Fearless project workers at the project launch.
6th September 2019
3rd September 2019
Ysgol Harri Tudur/ Henry Tudor School is celebrating some excellent GCSE results this morning (Thursday 22nd August 2019) and is absolutely delighted to have made some significantly measurable % improvements and to have achieved some very pleasing results at GCSE in its first year as a new school.
Today is about celebrating the achievements of all Year 11 pupils who are all individual, have their own talents and strengths. There have been some outstanding individual performances from many pupils. There have also been some pupils who have surprised themselves with very positive outcomes.
Mrs Kite and the Governing Body would like to congratulate all Year 11 pupils and thank staff and parents for their hard work and support in securing some strong and improving outcomes. We are exceptionally proud of our pupils’ successes and we wish all our Year 11 pupils, whether they are progressing to Sixth Form, college, undertaking further education or securing apprenticeships or employment, the very best of fortune in their future endeavours. Best of luck to you all.
22nd August 2019
A Level and GCSE Results have been published.
We look forward to seeing the return of pupils in September, in the correct Ysgol Harri Tudur / Henry Tudor School uniform and would remind you of the following arrangements for September.
Year 7 and Sixth Form
Return Thursday September 5th pupils should be in school by 8.38pm at the latest
Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 11
Return Friday September 6th when school will finish at 1.30pm. Pupils may leave at 1.30pm or 2pm on Fridays, or stay for Friday enrichment from 2pm to 3.15pm. Pupils who are staying for enrichment should come to the Refectory at 1.50pm on Fridays.
Next Year’s INSET Day Closures
Monday September 2nd 2019
Tuesday September 3rd 2019
Wednesday September 4th 2019
Friday April 3rd 2020
Monday July 20th 2020
Please also be advised that Welsh Government are expected to announce a 6th INSET day during this academic year in due course, this is to prepare for the introduction of the New Curriculum for Wales (likely to be in the Summer term 2020).
20th August 2019
Ysgol Harri Tudur/ Henry Tudor School is celebrating the fantastic A Level results of its students (announced on Thursday 15th August 2019).
Overall, the A level pass rate for 2019 at A*-E is 100% with passes at A*-A at 27.4% (up 6% on 2018) and A*-B at 40.6% (up 2.6% on 2018). The A*-C pass rate is 80.2% ( up 11.2% on 2018) .
15th August 2019
Huge congratulations to the following Year 7 girls who are the winners of the regional I Spell competition which took place in the Halliwell Theatre, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Carmarthen on Wednesday 17th July 2019:
They dominated the final round and won 11—3!
Also well done to the following girls who also competed and did themselves proud:
All the pupils were a credit to the school with regards to their exemplary behaviour and supportive attitude.
Very proud to be bringing the cup home!
19th July 2019
The Pupil Development Grant is allocated to schools to help to support pupils who come from low-income families and are eligible for Free School Meals or are Looked After Children.
18th July 2019
Our Important Dates page lists all the most important dates in the school year 2019-20.
18th July 2019
Pembrokeshire County Council's Data Protection Policy is now available on our Policies page.
16th July 2019
We have added two documents with additional information about entitlement to Free School Meals.
8th July 2019
Our new poster helps pupils to ensure they are ready and prepared for school every morning.
12th June 2019
The curriculum map for Art has been updated (17 May 2019, 2:30 pm)
17th May 2019
We have added curriculum maps for several more subject areas, showing which areas pupils study in which terms.
15th May 2019
Please note that Ysgol Harri Tudur is a no smoking environment; smoking is not allowed in any area of the school buildings or school grounds at any time.
1st May 2019
We have published privacy notices providing information on how we manage the personal information of pupils, parents/carers/guardians and members of staff, in accordance with local authority and governmental direction.
These privacy notices, along with our other written policies, can be found at any time on the School Policies page.
12th April 2019
In order to improve the efficiency of our detentions, we are introducing a daily detention system.
Full details can be found in the letter of 11th April 2019 sent to parents, guardians and carers.
11th April 2019
A small number of pupils have been trespassing on Bush House land on their way to and from school. Pupils seen have been in uniform and are being captured on CCTV by Bush House.
If this trespassing continues Bush House will use this CCTV coverage to contact the police and undertake prosecution action.
Please keep to the public paths to access school.
8th April 2019
In March 2014 Professor Graham Donaldson was asked to conduct a fundamental review of curriculum and assessment arrangements from Foundation Phase to Key Stage 4.
Ysgol Harri Tudur is not responsible for the content of third-party websites.
5th April 2019
Revision guides for GCSE English Literature, ICT and Business have now been added.
4th April 2019
We have created a help page for parents and carers who wish to apply for Free School Meals. The page includes advice about eligibility as well as the required application forms.
22nd March 2019
The Year 9 Options booklet, providing pupils in Year 9 and their parents/carers with detailed information about the choices and options available for their studies in Years 10 and 11, is now available for download.
1st February 2019
Many congratulations to the following pupils for their superb performances, whilst representing our school and Pembrokeshire, in the all Wales Urdd Gobaith Cymru swimming finals, in the National Pool Cardiff.
All at Ysgol Harri Tudur are extremely proud of their great achievements. Da iawn chi!
View other pupil success stories in our Roll of Honour
30th January 2019
On 19th November 2018, Estyn arrived at the school for inspection week. We have summarised their report (published on 24th January 2019) for parents and carers. In addition, we have written to parents/carers to address certain matters arising from the Estyn report.
These letters were sent home to parents on 24th January 2019.
24th January 2019
Please ensure you do not park in the school Drop Off Zone. It is there for a clear purpose and cars inappropriately parked add to the traffic congestion at the end of the school day.
15th January 2019
Please ensure you follow the direction markers on the road within the school Main Car Park. This will assist effective traffic control and help to avoid accidents.
At all times please ensure vehicle speed is kept to no more than 10 mph.
15th January 2019