Croeso i Ysgol Gynradd Llanfihangel Crucornau!
Welcome to Llanvihangel Crucorney Primary School!
Head teacher: Mrs Sherri Davies M.A. Ed. B.Ed (Hons)
Llanvihangel Crucorney County Primary School, Wern Gifford, Pandy, Monmouthshire NP7 8DL Tel: 890416
We will be undergoing an Estyn Inspection
Monday 28th Sept - Thurs 1st Oct 2015
A meeting for parents will be held at the school on Monday 28th Sept 3:30 - 4:30 pm
We welcome visitors to our school and we have places available in some year groups.
Please use the contact link for School Enquiries on the side toolbar, or use the phone number above.
Llanvihangel Crucorney School is a county primary, co-educational, day school for pupils aged 4 to 11 years. Pupils are taught in line with the Welsh Assembly Government’s Foundation Phase for pupils aged 4-7 years and the National Curriculum for pupils aged 7-11years. All subjects are taught through the English language with Welsh Second Language being taught as a separate subject. In addition to the class structure, pupils are in one of three 'Houses': Skirrid, Blorenge and Sugar Loaf. These are each made up of children from Reception to yr6, further enhancing the family atmosphere of our school, and are run by the children themselves,
Built in 1968, the School is set on a five acre site with two grass pitches. Basketball/netball and a floodlit multi-use court are integrated into the recreation area. Alongside, are nature areas that include a pond, wildflower garden, planted copse, willow tunnel and vegetable planters.
We encourage much learning and play in our outdoor environment and we currently have plans for further developments.
Internally, the school consists of a multipurpose hall around which are our two classroom areas. Class 1 is our Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 Foundation Phase Class.
This class has access to the outdoor area and has its own toilets which are easily accessible from the classroom and the outdoor area.
Class 2 (KS2 Years 3, 4, 5 & 6) enjoys a double classroom space which has two direct access doors to outdoor areas.
Please scroll down to see photos of our Outdoor Activities Week. This is an Estyn rated 'Outstanding' week, when every afternoon pupils take part in outdoor activities, planned and supervised by staff, but where children are encouraged to work collaboratively in their Houses, independent of adult help.
Activities include team-building, bike-riding, orienteering, 'Big Art' and a whole school 'journey' with a scavenger hunt.
Admission Process: Parents are reminded that they can now apply for September 2014 school places for their children online.
The closing date for secondary places is 4.30pm on 29.11.13 and for reception children, 24.1.14