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It is a privilege to be headteacher at Llanidloes Community Primary School – a school in the rolling hills of Mid-Wales where happy children thrive in a nurturing environment.
Llanidloes is a large, successful and energetic Primary School with a very special ‘family’ feel. At the heart of a child’s education is the importance of their wellbeing and here at Llanidloes, the child is at the centre of every consideration. All children deserve nothing less than a fair and inclusive education and as teachers, we have that crucial responsibility of carefully placing the platform from which every child can ‘take off’!Read More
Mrs. Elen Chennetier
Our Aims Culture and Ethos
Every child that walks through our school gates can expect the best opportunities and the best education to meet their individual needs.
The aim of staff and governors at Llanidloes Community Primary School is to develop children as:
– ambitious, capable learners, ready to learn throughout their lives
– enterprising, creative contributors, ready to play a full part in life and work
– ethical, informed citizens of Wales and the world
– healthy, confident individuals, ready to lead fulfilling lives as valued members of society.
Our three values which underpin the culture and ethos of Llanidloes C P school are:
We are ready
We are respectful
We are safe
26th September 2021 As it is ‘European Day of Languages’ on Sunday, Ysgol Gynradd Llanidloes will be marking this with European activities next week.
Organisers of the Llanidloes’ first Pumpkin Festival have revealed the winners of the logo competition for Llanidloes Primary School pupils
Here is our School Anthem that the children produced with the help of the Welsh Whisperer.
Pupils from Year 3 and 4 enjoyed a busy and productive day at Mid Wales Art Centre. They spent time sketching sculptures, exploring the indoor and outdoor gallery on beasts and other realms. Poetry based on the writing of local author Jay Griffiths inspired thinking of insects as winged angels. The children made pledges to… Read more »
This term all pupils in key stage two have participated in a workshop with Tara Morpeth from the active schools programme funded through Sustrans in Machynlleth. Year five and six all took part in a doctor bike session. They were taught how to check over key points for safety before cycling. They were taught how… Read more »