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Gwent Welsh for Adults Centre

Nid oes adroddiad arolygiad ar gyfer y darparwr hwn ar hyn o bryd. / There is currently no inspection report for this provider. Read more >

Gwynedd and Ynys Mon ACLP

Nid oes adroddiad arolygiad ar gyfer y darparwr hwn ar hyn o bryd. / There is currently no inspection report for this provider. Read more >

Using evidence to refine self-evaluation

Using evidence to refine self-evaluation

Fingers and Thumbs Day Care Centre, Bridgend, has refined its self-evaluation processes in order improve standards. The setting monitors the quality of learning both formally and informally and highlights areas for development. Read more >

Respecting rights

An inclusive ethos and culture promotes effective pupil participation

Hafod Primary School, Swansea, has developed a framework of values to promote citizenship, tolerance, and diversity. Pupils are taught to respect every individual’s rights. Teachers, governors and parents are all expected to adhere to the values and there has been a positive effect on the school community as a result. Read more >

Reducing anti-social behaviour in the community

Reducing anti-social behaviour in the community

Hafod Primary School, Swansea, has worked hard to help reduce anti-social behaviour in the community. The school works closely with other agencies to identify groups of pupils involved in anti-social behaviour. Staff then explore the reasons behind poor behaviour and develop intervention programmes to help individual pupils. Read more >

Involving pupils in school policies

Involving pupils in school policies

Llanmiloe C.P. School, Carmarthenshire, involves all pupils in the school self-evaluation process. Pupils are given the opportunity to contribute their thoughts on school policies and have helped to create the ‘Pupil Anti-Bullying Policy’. Children feel valued and take more responsibility for their learning. Read more >

Learning Support Assistants lead on intervention programmes

Learning Support Assistants lead on intervention programmes

Herbert Thompson Primary School, Cardiff, uses an effective pupil tracking system to monitor pupil progress and identify additional learning needs. The school has trained Learning Support Assistants to lead on a range of intervention programmes. Pupils receive well-targeted support and Learning Support Assistants experience a new skill. Read more >

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