Schools for the Future

a community vision for 21st Century education in mid and northwest Pembrokeshire

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Warning: PCC plan would give us a school too small to survive

warning - schools too small to survive_400As the schools for the future research teams begin unearthing the reality of  school finances and government policy, it’s become clear that the current council proposal for turning Ysgol Dewi Sant into an 11-16 school, would create a school  too small to survive.

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Peninsula schools are part of the future of education in Wales

Successful futures - the Donaldson reportIn the week running up to the Schools for the Future launch a crucial Welsh Govenment report was released which will transform the education curriculum in Wales.  It’s called “Successful Futures”, which afterall is what we’re all working towards, and shows the direction of government thinking against which our community vision will be judged.

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Dweud eich dweud! Have your say!

dragon paradeAt the St David’s Day celebrations on Cross Square, with the primary schools’ dragon parade,  the Bishop’s blessing and the singing of the national anthem to the sound of  Ysgol Dewi Sant brass band,  the St Davids schools for the future campaign kicked off with a plea for people to “tell 10 friends”  and help the whole community have a say in the future of our schools.

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