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12:36 PM - 6 Apr 2020

Retweetd From School Chaplain

This series of reflections for Holy Week starts this morning at 10:00am. We are all invited to join in with them - Diolch am y gwahoddiad https://t.co/bqowUo0n7u

09:30 AM - 3 Apr 2020

Our staff will continue to supervise children in Year 7, 8 and 9 of essential 'key workers' throughout the Easter period at our hub school. We will publish the next wave of distance learning for w/c 20th April on 17th

09:05 AM - 3 Apr 2020

The collection of 'grab and go' meals for eFSM students will finish as of today. For families eligible for a free school meal, you will receive a letter from explaining how you can redeem your food voucher(s). Please keep an eye out

13:32 PM - 2 Apr 2020

Retweetd From Marc Belli

Thank you to Assistant Head, for creating a list of useful sites to support families in dealing with student wellbeing during lockdown. I’m sure it is useful for families too https://t.co/R4Swt0Pjf3

19:19 PM - 30 Mar 2020

Great! Thank you!

18:21 PM - 30 Mar 2020

What a great idea! Please can you send us details of your contact at the Heath so we can see if we can also help?

http://www.twitter.com/bishop_llandaff/status/1244209637932531712

11:27 AM - 29 Mar 2020

The app is one of the fastest growing platforms during this period of lockdown. While it is a very useful tool, families should be aware of how it can be abused. The National Online Safety poster offers guidance to maintain safe use https://t.co/cPe4WmMnkU

11:53 AM - 28 Mar 2020

Families in Year 10 and 12, please read a letter from Mr Belli regarding the announcement about examinations this summer for GCSE and AS levels. A copy will be emailed today. Click on the link for details https://t.co/HzIO9dpmJx

http://www.twitter.com/bishop_llandaff/status/1243824382901977088

08:56 AM - 28 Mar 2020

This is why social distancing is so important. Please follow these steps, as they will help reduce the spread of https://t.co/Fl0U9yjmhc

18:11 PM - 27 Mar 2020

Year 10 and 12 families - Welsh Government/Qualifications Wales have this evening made an announcement regarding this summers’ examinations. We will look into this over the next 48 hours and contact families affected in writing

Extra-Curricular Activities

At The Bishop of Llandaff we aim to provide a broad range of extra-curricular activities to help stimulate students' minds and support healthy lifestyles. 

Sport 

We strive to provide all members of the school with opportunities to participate, whether in the form of recreational clubs or competitive inter-school activities. There are a number of clubs available for students of all abilities co-ordinated by staff at both lunch time and after school. Many students have used these as a platform to compete against other schools and gain representative honours at both regional and national level. The school is a recognised Welsh Rugby Academy, with a designated rugby officer who supports the introduction, development and participation in rugby across all year groups for both boys and girls.

Educational Visits

Each year the school organises an expansive variety of educational visits and trips, which range from local day visits to residential visits abroad. Regardless of the distance travelled or duration spent, our primary aim is to provide students with opportunities beyond the classroom to develop their skills and broaden their knowledge of the world which they live in. Many departments also regularly organise subject specific visits, aimed at enhancing students' understanding of the topics being covered and the wider world of work. 

Creative Arts

There are plenty of opportunities for students to develop their skills and talents in creative and expressive arts. The school choirs and orchestra are integral to the life of the school and there are numerous clubs and opportunities for students to illustrate their art work at various public events.

Duke of Edinburgh

At school, students have the opportunity to achieve the Duke of Edinburgh's Award, at various levels. In Year 9 students are encouraged to work towards Bronze Award, while Silver can be achieved in Year 10 with a large number of sixth form students achieving Gold in either Year 12 or Year 13. Meetings take place regularly with planning for expeditions and completion of activities. 

 

"There are so many activities and groups for students to get involved in. My favourite event is when I get to play at Llandaff Cathedral" Student