27th May 2020
Not Just For Boys!!!
26th May 2020
A message for all our pupils from Mrs Alison Bevan, Assistant Headteacher
23rd May 2020
A half term message from Education Minister for Wales
FREE SCHOOL MEALS:
For those parents who have not already done so please ensure that you apply online for the new provision as soon as possible by clicking HERE
As from September 2019 all payments will be made via Parentpay.
Please ensure that you have activated your Parentpay account.
If you need an activation letter please contact the school.
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Welcome to / Croeso i
Ysgol Glan-y-Môr School
As our Free School Meal hub has now closed, and our staff are now supporting the childcare hub at Burry Port Primary School, our school is still here to support our community.
Reception itself will be open from 9.00a.m. until 1.00p.m. on a Monday in term times going forward, for support, advice or collection/dropping off of hard copy work, and can be contacted on 01554 832507 as usual.
From Tuesday to Friday you can also contact the school on 07561685683 or 07561693949 from 9.00a.m. to 1.00p.m. to speak to our reception staff, though the school building itself will be closed.
We also remain contactable at firstname.lastname@example.org and please continue to monitor our website and social media for updates and information as usual.
We wish you well at these difficult times.
Pupils should use Google Classroom for all subject resources. Pupils must use https://hwb.gov.wales to access their Google for education classrooms. Pupils need to check they are logged into their email@example.com otherwise they will not be able to access their classrooms.
Inspection 2017 - Riding On A Crest Of A Wave
Mr Steven Mears, Chair of the Governing Body said
"The Governing Body are overjoyed that Estyn have recognised the excellent work going on at Bryngwyn and Glan-y-Môr Schools and the outstanding progress that has been made through the efforts of the staff. Our efforts are focussed on supporting and challenging the schools to deliver the best possible education for pupils and the reports clearly reflect that significant progress has been made since the Federation of Bryngwyn and Glan-y-Môr Schools. We are very proud as a Governing Body and are very grateful for the efforts of staff."
See our Estyn tab for further information