@Bishop_Llandaff

14:57 PM - 23 May 2019

We are currently experiencing technical problems with our telephone system. We hope to resolve this as soon as possible. You can still communicate via email in the interim. Apologies for the inconvenience

http://www.twitter.com/bishop_llandaff/status/1129382032310710272

14:43 PM - 17 May 2019

Please find below details of exams and revision sessions taking place from 18th - 24th May 2019 for Year 11 students https://t.co/RPPo7aKe4f

18:46 PM - 16 May 2019

We are looking for an enthusiastic teacher of religious studies to join us in September 2019. Click on the link for more information https://t.co/4sCGEAIjoA

15:23 PM - 16 May 2019

Extra maths lessons for Year 11 on Friday 17th May and Monday 20th May. Staff will be available for any lessons from subjects you have completed. Times and rooms shared by your tutors daily. Unit 1 maths revision session from 9am-1pm in E block on Saturday 18th May

13:06 PM - 15 May 2019

Reminder: this week is week. Please get involved in our copper coin challenge where you can. Collection buckets are in the key stage office all week https://t.co/q6uBnGtmge

14:54 PM - 10 May 2019

12th - 18th May is week. Please join in the Christian Aid Copper Coin Collection Challenge – bring in your spare copper coins and help your Year raise the most money. Collection buckets in Key Stage all week

14:47 PM - 10 May 2019

Due to unforeseen circumstances, this weekend's D of E expedition has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience

14:59 PM - 3 May 2019

Year 10 Numeracy revision tomorrow 4th May is in the Sports Hall from 1- 4pm with Miss Ganner

14:59 PM - 3 May 2019

Year 11 Numeracy revision tomorrow 4th May in E02 from 9am-1pm with Miss Ganner

http://www.twitter.com/bishop_llandaff/status/1123882347240226816

10:30 AM - 2 May 2019

are hosting our Barn Dance on Friday 17th May from 7pm in the main school hall. £10 per ticket, including food. Dancing to the sounds of Pluck and Squeeze. Tickets available from school office https://t.co/MfPEh3h1ht

Student Voice

We are committed to listening to the views of students as the primary beneficiaries of education to provide each child with a first-class education. All students have a responsibility to provide helpful and honest feedback to the school so that we can help make it ‘great’.

Student Congress

Our school congressis made up of a group of students elected by their peers to represent their opinions and raise issues with the staff and governors in the school. The school council can also take forward projects on behalf of the students, be involved in improving the school, attend governing body meetings and contribute to staff appointments.

Each form elects two students to represent them. It is from these year teams that our school council is elected. 

Why do we have a School Congress?

Participation literally means ‘taking part’. As young people in Wales, the right set out in Article 12 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) entitles you to have a say in things which affect you. Your school council is a way of doing this but never forget that it can only be as effective as its members!

What’s in it for you?

You can gain important skills such as listening to others, put your ideas across and work as a team. It is your chance to work with your peers and adults. Why not make your voice heard?

Recent Actions

The school council played a significant role in the recent introduction of a new school uniform. The council not only co-ordinated the process but also communicated the decisions, met with staff and helped implement the new uniform. Canvassing the views of other students throughout the process, the council helped support students and families to ensure the correct decisions were made which ensured all students felt part of the process.

Useful Links
www.studentvoicewales.org.uk
www.funkydragon.org
www.thesprout.co.uk

 

"Students take on significant responsibilities, which have a beneficial impact on the learning experiences of their peers and alson on the work of the school community" Estyn