Penygarn Community Primary School
Ysgol Gynradd Gymunedol Penygarn
Our lovely Headteacher, Miss Sellars, will be leaving us at the end of this week to take up a one year secondment as a Senior Challenge Advisor with the Central South Consortium. In her absence, Mr Lee Jones and Mrs Elizabeth Edmunds will take on the role of acting Headteacher. Whilst we will miss her very much during this time, we wish her all the best in her exciting new post. Matthew Ford, Chair of Governors
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Gymnastics Super Star
Congratulations to our little gymnast Lily in Year 2 who recently entered a gymnastics competition in Chepstow. She came away with Age 7 champion, 1st Overall, 2 gold medals, 1 silver medal and i bronze medal ..... way to go Lily!!
Congratulations to Lily-Rose
Congratulations to Lily-Rose, who recently gained a place within the Welsh Gymnastics Development Squad after a trial in Cardiff. Lily-Rose is a dedicated member of Torfaen Academy of Gymnastics and has been working exceptionally hard to gain this place. She will now train once a month in Cardiff as well as her regular training at Torfaen Academy. If you click on the heading of this article, you can see a copy of piece reported in the South Wales Argus.
Ceremony officially opens Penygarn Community Primary School
We recently had a visit from the Welsh Government’s Minister for Education Kirsty Williams AM, who officially opened our refurbished and extended School. The school choir sang for the Minister and she spent lots of time speaking to pupils who were all absolutely brilliant throughout her tour. The £4m project has transformed classrooms and the overall condition of our school and resulted in community facilities being relocated into the extended Flying Start building on the school site. Some of the work here at Penygarn included: Reconfiguration, refurbishment and extension of Junior block including new classrooms, kitchen, hall, courtyard, toilets, library/IT, medical room, meeting room, community space, admin office, forest school room. New LED interactive teaching screens throughout the school. New Community facilities in an extended Flying Start building. New insulation, heating and security systems. New flexible teaching spaces
Training Day - school closed to pupils
Year 5 and Year 6 visit PGL Residential Visit