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http://www.twitter.com/bishop_llandaff/status/1553296424078647296

09:28 AM - 30 Jul 2022

Retweetd From Welsh Government Education

Children whose families are on lower incomes and qualify for certain benefits can apply for a grant of £225 per learner, or £300 for those learners entering year 7, recognising the increased costs associated with starting secondary school. https://t.co/oN6ULc82OT https://t.co/rmag4Dg9s6

http://www.twitter.com/bishop_llandaff/status/1552184159283593218

07:48 AM - 27 Jul 2022

Retweetd From WJEC

We recently published advance information for a number of GCSE qualifications, which will be assessed during the November 2022 exam series: https://t.co/2nK0hQar2B https://t.co/yTfCLIZagC

http://www.twitter.com/bishop_llandaff/status/1551170291954589698

12:39 PM - 24 Jul 2022

Retweetd From Welsh Government Education

Have you signed your child up to this year’s Summer Reading Challenge? Encourage them to enjoy reading for pleasure. Read all about it: https://t.co/403Jtrwclq https://t.co/d3yjo7cx6N

18:25 PM - 22 Jul 2022

The school is now closed for the summer holidays. Thank you to our wonderful students and staff for an amazing year. Our warmest wishes to departing members of the community. We look forward to seeing you all in September after a well-deserved rest.

08:21 AM - 22 Jul 2022

Our Summer Edition of The Mitre is now available to view. Thank you to everyone who contributed https://t.co/SF1kaDUDl2

20:02 PM - 21 Jul 2022

We are looking for a new Rugby Development Officer to join is the new academic year. Click on the link for details https://t.co/sLZNSNjGRi

18:20 PM - 20 Jul 2022

Please find link below to our end of year letter from Mr Belli, which has been emailed to all families https://t.co/NwryjLxmNn

http://www.twitter.com/bishop_llandaff/status/1549434909764325376

17:44 PM - 19 Jul 2022

Retweetd From Food and Nutrition BOLHS

Apple art! Great first try https://t.co/irVqH0sfDy

http://www.twitter.com/bishop_llandaff/status/1549434883675660291

17:43 PM - 19 Jul 2022

Retweetd From BOLHS Science dept

Thanks to all our amazing "dragons" that braved the extreme temperatures to support and judge yr 7 on their cross curricular challenge day. . Hopefully some great healthy smoothie recipes went home with students tonight! https://t.co/dlVCLFarbJ

15:36 PM - 18 Jul 2022

SPORTS DAY: Our annual sports day will now take place on-site on Thursday 21st July. Competitors will be provided with information by the PE department

Statutory Notice: Expansion of The Marion Centre

SCHOOL STANDARDS AND ORGANISATION (WALES) ACT 2013
ADDITIONAL LEARNING NEEDS PROVISION

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in accordance with Section 42 of the School Standards and Organisation (Wales) Act 2013 and the School Organisation Code, that the Governing Body of The Bishop of Llandaff Church in Wales High School (herein after “the Governing Body”), having consulted such persons as appeared to them to be appropriate, propose to alter The Bishop of Llandaff Church in Wales High School, Rookwood Close, Llandaff, Cardiff, CF5 2NR to

  • Increase the designated number at The Marion Centre Specialist Resource Base from 42 to 66 places.

It is proposed to implement the proposal from September 2022.

The school is a voluntary aided Church in Wales high school and is currently maintained by Cardiff Council.

A public consultation was undertaken on behalf of the Governing Body before deciding to publish this proposal. A consultation report containing a summary of the issues raised by consultees and the Governing Body’s responses and the views of Estyn on the proposed changes is available to view in the document section below.

The current school capacity is 1085 places including sixth form. The current number of students at the school is 961 (11 - 16) and 286 (Sixth Form).

There are currently 42 places at the Specialist Resource Base. The current number of students at the resource base is 66 and the proposal is to increase the number of places to 66.

There are no plans to change the school policy on the admission of children to school as a result of these proposals.

Admissions to the Specialist Resource Base are managed by the local authority and subject to a statement of Special Educational Needs (SEN) or Individual Development Plan (IDP), as appropriate.

Admissions to the Specialist Resource Base will continue to be separate to admission to the main school and to be in addition to the Published Admission Number (PAN).

Any arrangements for the transport of students will be made in accordance with the Local Authority’s existing policies on school transport.

Within a period of 28-days of the date of publication of these proposals, that is to say by 27th July 2022, any person may object to these proposals.

Objections should be sent to the Chair of Governors, The Bishop of Llandaff Church in Wales High School, Rookwood Close, Llandaff CF5 2NR.

Objections may also be sent to the Chair of Governors using the following email address schoolresponses@cardiff.gov.uk

Please note that any such objection should contain the full name and postal address of the objector.

The Governing Body will publish a summary of any such objections made within the objection period (and not withdrawn in writing), together with its response, within the period of 28-days after the end of the objection period.

Dated this 30th day of June 2022

Kathryn Bates
Chair of Governors
 

EXPLANATORY NOTE
(This does not form part of the Notice but is intended to explain its general meanings)

The Bishop of Llandaff Church in Wales High School is an English-medium voluntary aided high school located in Llandaff.

The school hosts a specialist resource base, The Marion Centre, designated for Autism Spectrum Disorder.

To meet the demand for Specialist Resource Base places for students aged 11 - 19 with Autism Spectrum Disorder it is proposed to increase the designated number at The Marion Centre Specialist Resource Base from 42 to 66 places from September 2022.

The number of students at the base is 66.

It is proposed that the current specialist resource base accommodation would be improved and refurbished, creating additional classrooms and learning spaces.

In addition to the proposed increase in designated places at the specialist resource base for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder at The Marion Centre, further places for students with complex learning needs and autism spectrum disorder have been proposed for a number of schools within the local authority.

Details of these proposals and copies of the statutory notices can be seen at  Additional Learning Needs (ALN) provision (cardiff.gov.uk)