I warmly welcome you to our school website where you will find information about all aspects of life at Pwll County Primary School. Please use the tabs on the left and top of the page to find out about our school. Please do not hesitate to contact us at the school if you would like to find out more about us.
Mr Paul Trotman
Sports day 2015 photos now in the gallery!!
IMPORTANT NOTICE - SCHOOL PERFORMANCE:
Please be aware that all published school data includes pupils from the autistic unit as well as mainstream classes. A number of sites are now using this data to 'help' parents make choices about where to send their pupils, with no reference to the particular context of the school. The Welsh Government itself has one such site! As a small school with a relatively large intake of pupils on the autistic spectrum, the inclusion of all pupils in this way has an enormous impact on our data.
If you are a current or prospective parent and would like more information on school performance, please do phone or call in for a chat.
2014 data - mainstream pupils only:
Foundation Phase -
Language - 88.9% pupils achieved expected level (better than Welsh average)
Maths - 88.9% pupils achieved expected level (better than Welsh average)
Personal and Social Skills - 100% pupils achieved expected level
Key Stage 2 -
English - 81.8% achieved expected level
Maths - 81.8% achieved expected level
Science - 81.8% achieved expected level
Of the pupils in KS2, nearly half achieved the higher level 5 in English and Science, again performing better than the Welsh average for higher level attainment.
Pupils in the Autism Teaching Facility
The school is exceptionally proud of the pupils who learn in the ATF. These pupils work extremely hard on social, life and academic skills, and do incredibly well. Each year a new pupil might say their first word, hidden talents suddenly become unlocked and pupils build on prior learning on a daily basis to reach their full potential with us. We are a truly inclusive school and while our staff work through skilfully designed programmes with the children, who in turn show determination to move on in their learning.
All pupils achieved targets set for them each term during 2014
Minecraft Comes to Pwll School