Wellbeing

The wellbeing of all children and staff at Ysgol Llanddulas is of utmost importance. As a school, we aim to promote high levels of wellbeing and encourage children to have the confidence to embrace new challenges and feel secure enough to take risks as they learn and grow.  We work to ensure all children display good attitudes to their learning, demonstrate high levels of engagement and sustain concentration on tasks. Children are encouraged to develop the skills and ability to reflect upon their own learning and the learning of their peers. We expect all children and staff to show high levels of respect, care and concern for others.

Our pupils are encouraged to express their views and opinions, which provides them with a real sense of belonging.  Pupil Voice is important to all aspects of school life and through the Senedd groups, influences the strategic direction of our school.

Regular visits from Dr Lloyd and Jonathan our Community Pastor, provide children with opportunities to develop these values and qualities within the Christian Ethos of the school

From time to time, children may face difficulties, which may affect their wellbeing. As a school, we work with parents and families to support children and fully believe in the importance of working as a team.  We also provide Nurture support for our pupils, and work with a range of agencies to support our families.

We aim to work with parents and our community to provide an equality of opportunity for all children, giving them a sense of belonging and similar life chances, regardless of their backgrounds. Through recognising and celebrating success, we encourage every child to view themselves as healthy, confident individuals