‘Gallwn roi dau beth pwysig i’n plant: un yw gwreiddiau a’r llall yw adenydd’








Estyn Report

Ysgol Pentreuchaf was inspected in April 2019

"The school has a very strong Welsh ethos. Provision encourages pupils to make full use of the Welsh language in all aspects of school life. Pupils show pride towards the language and a clear appreciation of the culture and history of the local area. During their time at the school, most pupils develop as competent and confident bilingual learners, and make good progress.

Staff create a happy, caring and inclusive ethos at the school, which fosters a supportive learning environment for pupils. Teachers provide interesting learning experiences for pupils, which meet most pupils’ needs. As a result, pupils are happy to attend, and most behave well and develop positive attitudes to learning. They treat their peers, staff and visitors with respect and take pride in their school.

The headteacher provides effective leadership, which provides a clear strategic direction for the school. Staff are dedicated and enthusiastic, and show a strong commitment to promoting continuous and sustainable improvements. Governors have a sound understanding of the school and use their knowledge purposefully to challenge the school and hold it to account for standards."

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Ysgol Pentreuchaf was inspected in September 2012

"The school’s current performance is good because:

  • nearly all pupils are making good progress in learning and in their literacy and communication skills;
  • pupils’ achievement at the end of the Foundation Phase and key stage 2 compares well with the performance of similar schools from the same family;
  • the pupil’s voice has a prominent place in school life;
  • quality of learning skills, including provision for developing skills, is consistently good;
  • most teaching is good and gives regular opportunities for pupils to take responsibility for their own work;
  • the programme for counselling and supporting individual pupils is excellent; and
  • the school is a happy and inclusive community."

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