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Siarter Iaith

Introduction

Siarter Iaith Cymraeg - Welsh Language Charter.

The Siarter Iaith is a Welsh Government strategy to target the use of Welsh in schools across Wales. The aim of Siarter Iaith Cymraeg Campus is to promote the use of Welsh in English-medium schools, establishing a Welsh ethos and encouraging pupils and staff to develop their Welsh language skills. The Charter provides a framework for schools to follow in order to achieve the awards. There are three levels of award; Bronze, Silver and Gold.

Currently, at Ysgol Harri Tudur, we are working together to achieve the Siarter Iaith Cymraeg Campus Bronze Award.

YHT Siarter Structure

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All drivers are requested to park in designated parking places and not on verges or non-designated areas. Wherever possible please use the Main Car Park. Read More…

The school now has its own twitter account to promote important news and events as well as sharing celebrations of our learner's achievements. Please follow us on Twitter @YsgolHarriTudur. More detailed information can always be found on our school website www.yht.wales and also via the Ysgol Harri Tudur app. Please continue to get in touch with us in the usual ways. Read More…

All drivers are requested to use the designated Drop Off/Pick Up and parking sites whilst on the school site. Read More…

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The video link below is being shared to celebrate Youth Work Week and showcases some of our Learners Read More…

Sport Pembrokeshire are offering two FREE multisport sessions to Service Families on Thursday 8th and Friday 9th August. Read More…

Drivers who have been granted access to the designated parking area outside Main School Reception are reminded to take extra care and attention when parking and, where applicable, reversing into parking bays. During the period 1515 to 1525 hrs drivers are requested, wherever possible, to minimise movement in order to reduce any risk to learners as they leave school. Read More…

The Parent Partnership Service will be running their 10-week Nurturing Programme for Parents of children with additional learning needs aged 4-12 years. Read More…

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