Useful information for parents
Estyn report - June 2022
Please click below for our Estyn report from June 2022. The action plan shows how we will meet the recommendations made and the school development plan gives greater detail for our plans for the next three years.
The report can also be found on Estyn's website: Latest inspection reports | Estyn (gov.wales)
Peterston super Ely C/W Primary School Estyn report June 2022
Post inspection action plan
School development plan 2022-23
There is a very strong relationship between doing well at school and attendance. The documents below explain our committment to encouraging high attendance.
Pupil Development Grant
The pupil development grant was launched in 2012 and provides additional funding to schools based on the numbers of pupils eligible for Free School Meals. There are number of ways that we use the small amount of money that we receive these include; purchasing resources that support the identification of any additional needs and specific intervention programs that may support pupil's individual learning needs.
A well prepared meal is available cooked in our own kitchen by our cook and her assistant. We are currently working with the Local Authority to improve upon the already very popular school dinners; our cook has the highest productivity rates in the Vale of Glamorgan. Our school meals comply with the Welsh Governments Appetite for Life guidelines and comprises of fresh produce. The charge for this is £2.50 per day for all pupils.
Keeping safe online - Hwb (gov.wales)
A fantastic website that has advice and guides, to help keep your child safe online.
Keep Safe - Internet Safety Links
CEOPs web page for parents and childen aged:
Please find a number of guides for parents and carers.
How is my child doing in the Foundation Phase?
How was school today? (Primary age 7-11)
Advice and tips on how you can support your child
School uniform can be purchased from Pencil Case following the link below:
Phone number: 01446 772210
Welsh Government Funding for Professional Learning
Welsh Government announces investment in Professional Learning – 12th November 2018
“This is a time of great change in our education system and it will be impossible to deliver our new curriculum without a high-quality education workforce. That is why we are making it easier for teachers to learn and explore the curriculum, giving them the time they need and not compromising their day to day work or pupils’ learning”
“We are also providing schools with the option of working together to help them make the changes ahead of the new curriculum. This means that staff can be released to be involved in collaborative professional learning and planning, drawing from the very best evidence-based research.”
The plan below indicates how we at Peterston intend to use the additional funding in order to support the professional learning of staff.
Peterston Professional Learning Spending Plan