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08:25 AM - 15 May 2024

We have several useful resources to provide wellbeing support. These range from support to cope with anxiety; low mood; and crisis. Follow the QR code or visit our school website (Student Section) pic.twitter.com/kqz9i3d1ZO— The Bishop of Llandaff CiW High School () May 15, 2024

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13:28 PM - 9 May 2024

Good luck to our students in Year 10, 11, 12 and 13 as they embark upon the summer examination series. The whole-school community is thinking and praying for you 🙏#GoodLuck pic.twitter.com/nsUjgDuVuk— The Bishop of Llandaff CiW High School () May 9, 2024

18:56 PM - 19 Apr 2024

Everyone at school wishes you well, Miss Parry 👏🏻🙏🏻 https://t.co/pNZI6AmxZB— The Bishop of Llandaff CiW High School () April 19, 2024

07:53 AM - 17 Apr 2024

Morning! A reminder of this evening’s event for prospective sixth form students, who intend to join us from other schools. We look forward to welcoming you! https://t.co/gsg5uwpjiN— BOLHS_6Form () April 17, 2024

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15:24 PM - 22 Mar 2024

The Spring Edition of The Mitre is now available to view https://t.co/dE6rYhzU7R— The Bishop of Llandaff CiW High School () March 22, 2024

15:01 PM - 22 Mar 2024

The School is now closed for the Easter holidays. We wish all students, staff and families a restful break and look forward to welcoming everyone back on Monday 8th April 2024 (Week B)— The Bishop of Llandaff CiW High School () March 22, 2024

15:00 PM - 22 Mar 2024

The Sring Edition of The Mitre is available to view https://t.co/dE6rYhzU7R— The Bishop of Llandaff CiW High School () March 22, 2024

20:01 PM - 21 Mar 2024

What a wonderful Eisteddfod! It is always a special event in our school year. Thank you to our amazing house teams, the hard working staff and visiting judges. A real celebration of culture and language. Llongyfarchiadau i chi gyd a diolch yn fawr iawn 🙌🏻— Marc Belli () March 21, 2024

20:01 PM - 21 Mar 2024

What a wonderful Eisteddfod! It is always a special event in our school year. Thank you to our amazing house teams, the hard working staff and visiting judges. A real celebration of culture and language. Llongyfarchiadau i chi gyd a diolch yn fawr iawn 🙌🏻— Marc Belli () March 21, 2024

16:53 PM - 7 Mar 2024

A reminder that our next civvies day is tomorrow (Friday 8th March 2024) in aid of Arrhythmia Alliance. Students are encouraged to bring a donation of £1. We appreciate your continued support— The Bishop of Llandaff CiW High School () March 7, 2024

Supporting your Child with Social Media

Technology has so many benefits to learning, providing they are used appropriately. There is no doubt, the internet and social media has transformed the way in which we live our lives. Whilst it enables people to access information instantly, it can be a forum where conflict, abuse, and crimes can occur. Therefore, while it is not possible to ignore, it is essential we are informed about the dangers to combat associated risks.

It can be challenging as parents and carers to navigate the ever-changing digital landscape. ​It is difficult to stay on top of social media trends and manage the risks your child may face online. Regularly talking with our child about their social media use and profile will allow you to gain a better understanding of their usage without prying. Equally, it will give them a chance to discuss any concerns they might have. It is also important to acknowledge the impact social media might have on their mental well-being and help them to engage with content that they find encouraging and positive.

In this section, you will find links to useful websites and resources that suggest ways of supporting your child with their use of social media.

  • Young Minds is the UK’s leading charity fighting for children and young people's mental health. Their dedicated support guide provides tips and advice for families to talk to children about their social media use and internet presence.

  • NSPCC is the UK's leading children's charity, set up over 130 years ago. The NSPCC offers advice to the UK Government, and devolved governments to help shape policy, as well as making use of donations to support children and young people.

  • UK Safe Internet Centre The UK Safer Internet Centre (UKSIC) was established in 2011. It is a leading global partnership helping to make the internet a great and safe place for everyone. They provide support and services to children and young people, adults facing online harms, and professionals working with children.

Welsh Government has created a parents’ ‘app guide’ on Hwb, which outlines the most popular apps used by teenagers. The guide includes a detailed overview of the app, outlining the age rating and key terminology. They also highlight the risks each app poses to young people and give detailed instructions on how to enable parental controls and safety settings.