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  • Statement for Parents

    Published on Sunday 22nd March 2020


    5 things you need to know about sending your child to school, key workers and social distancing

    1. The latest scientific advice

    The most recent scientific advice on how to further limit the spread of COVID-19 is clear.  

    We must, as far as possible, minimise social contact and make sure that anyone who is particularly vulnerable to the virus is able to adoptstrict social distancing. 

    2. How does social distancing affect schools

    To reduce mixing between different groups or settings we need to keep the number of children in educational, childcare and play settings to the smallest number possible.  

    We also need to make sure children are not left with anyone who should be following stringent social distancing guidance, such as anyone over 70 or anyone with the specified underlying health conditions.

    Keeping children safely in their home should limit the chance of the virus spreading and protect those vulnerable to more serious illness as a result of the virus.

    3. What is the latest advice on key workers?

    A list of categories of critical workers has been published on the Welsh Government website.

    Places in schools will be highly limited and only children of key workers should be attending during this time.

    If you are classed as a key worker but are able to perform the critical parts of your job effectively when working from home, then you should do so.

    Even for critical workers, provision will only be made in schools or other settings where there is no safe alternative for your family. 

    4. I'm a key worker but my partner isn't. What should we do? 

    If you are in a family where one parent is a critical worker but the other parent is not then the other parent should provide safe alternative arrangements at home when possible.

    5. I’ve seen different advice from different councils. How are local authorities working.

    Local authorities are doing everything they can to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. They made and communicated plans based as part of an initial contingency to deal with the spread of coronavirus. Those plans will now adapt and change as they respond to the latest guidance available to the Welsh Government. For the very latest advice, please check your local authority’s website and

    Paula Ham

    Director of Learning and Skills


  • UPDATE! Urgent information for Monday 23rd March

    Published on Thursday 19th March 2020

    Information from GOV.UK pupils able to attend school on Monday 23rd March

    Plesae click on the following guidance in order to establish if your children are able to attend school on Monday.

    Please note that the overarching advice from the Government in that where possible children should NOT attend school



    Thank you 

  • Nursery Classes Home Learning

    Published on Thursday 19th March 2020

    Romilly Nursery Home Learning


  • Year 4 Home Learning

    Published on Thursday 19th March 2020

    Year 4 Home Learning Menu


  • Reception Classes Home Learning

    Published on Thursday 19th March 2020

    Reception Classes Home Learning


  • Year 1 Home Learning

    Published on Thursday 19th March 2020

    Year 1 Home Learning Menu


  • Year 2 Home Learning

    Published on Thursday 19th March 2020

    Year 2 Home Learning Menu


  • Year 3 Home Learning

    Published on Thursday 19th March 2020

    Year 3 Home Learning Menu


  • Year 5 & 6 Home Learning

    Published on Thursday 19th March 2020

    Years 5 & 6 Home Learning  Menu



    Published on Wednesday 18th March 2020

    The school is now closed in line with the Welsh Governments Minister of Education's announcement today.

    Please click on the link below for more information.

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