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To start Anti-Bullying week we encourage learners to wear odd socks on MONDAY 13/11/23. 🧦🧦 This is to raise awareness that bullying is not acceptable and that it is everyone’s responsibility to make noise about bullying to ensure it does not happen.

We will be holding Codi Llais activities throughout the week to support the week!

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Diolch yn fawr iawn/ Thank you very much,

Tîm Llan

YGGLLAN: School Uniform Policy

Dear parent/guardian,

As you are aware, the school is extremely proud of the standards and expectations that are set and the effort made by the majority of learners and families to reach them is celebrated. I would like to take this opportunity to share with you our school uniform policy drawing particular attention to the expectations for school gray jumpers only (no hoodies of any kind), dark socks (no white) and flat black leather type shoes.

We ask for your cooperation to ensure that these standards are reached by all of our learners please.

Thank you very much for your continued support,

Tîm Llan


Polisi Gwisg Ysgol School Uniform Policy

The local authority has deactivated the automatic school meal cash balance email to parents/carers with immediate effect, due to a issues linked to system upgrade work on the cashless catering system.


Civica Cashless Solutions previously extracted parent e-mail information from SIMS to produce pupil account balance information. However, as I am sure you will be aware, we have now moved to use the ‘Wonde’ system.  The Civica system downloads pupil information via Wonde and then forwards that information to the council’s email system as a scheduled task, in order to generate a pupil balance email for parents. Unfortunately, due to a system issue, some emails are being sent to unintended recipients, leading to potential data protection and/or safeguarding issues.


As Civica is not responsible for the validity of the data used to send balance e-mails and as the Council’s e-mail system cannot cleanse the data to ensure the correct emails go to the correct parents/carers, the local authority has had to take the decision to shut down the pupil balance email alert system for the time-being, to avoid any data protection or safeguarding breaches.


I would be grateful if you could advise parents of this issue and that the local authority is working closely with Civica for a solution to allow the reinstatement of automatic email balance alerts in the near future.


I am grateful for your cooperation in this matter.