technology


Ysgol Cynwyd Sant plans exciting creative learning activities to develop pupils’ literacy skills. As a holder of Creative School status they cooperate with the Arts Council in their planning. Number of learners: 306 Age range: 3-11 Date of inspection: October 2016 Information about the school Ysgol Cynwyd Sant is situated […]

Estyn: Ysgol Cynwyd Sant – Improve Literacy Through Creative Learning



School context and key issues Maesteg secondary school provides an education for 1200 pupils aged 11- 18. Some 27% of pupils are eligible for free school meals1 (e-FSM) and 17 are looked after (LAC). Currently there is a 20% attainment gap between eFSM and non-FSM children. The relatively high proportion […]

Ipsos MORI – Closing the Gap: Maesteg Comprehensive School (English only)



Title of case study: Our ICT Journey Area(s) of focus: Improve pupil outcomes in ICT School(s) or partnership name: Darran Park Primary School Name of lead person: James Protheroe Role of lead person: ICT Coordinator Lead person e-mail address: jamesprotheroe@hotmail.com Lead person telephone number: 01443 730450 Local authority(ies): Rhondda Cynon […]

Darran Park Primary School – Our ICT Journey



Title of case study: Effective pupil voice - leading from the centre Area(s) of focus: Improve pupil outcomes in KS3 Improve pupil outcomes in L2+ Improve pupil outcomes in literacy Improve pupil outcomes in numeracy Improve pupil outcomes in ICT Improve pupil outcomes in Welsh Improve pupil outcomes in the […]

Bryn Celynnog Comprehensive School: Effective pupil voice – leading from the centre



Description of nature of strategy or activity: The school opened its Assistive Technology Centre in September 2010. The Advisory Centre for Education describes Assistive Technology as ‘any equipment or system that is used to increase or improve functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities’. Four members of staff achieved professional qualifications […]

Estyn: Tŷ Gwyn Special School – Technology plays a significant role in helping pupils to achieve their potential