Croeso i Nant Celyn Primary School
Welcome to Nant Celyn Primary School Online
Click here to read a welcome message from Mrs. Jones, our headteacher.
Nant Celyn Primary School re-opens for the Autumn Term on Monday 1st September for Reception - Year 6
** Nant Celyn Nursery Information **
The Nursery re-opens on Wednesday 3rd September 2014
Session Times : Morning 9 - 11.30am
Afternoon 12.30 - 3.00pm
Uniform - Purple or black jogging bottoms
Gold or white polo shirt with school logo
Purple Sweatshirt or Cardigan with logo
In the summer the girls may wear yellow gingham dresses & the boys may wear black shorts with the usual polo shirts.
Uniform with the school logo can be purchased from Pretty Miss, based in Cwmbran Town Centre.
Please be aware that there is a traffic barrier system in operation at 8.45 - 9.10am & 3.15 - 3.30pm. Thank you.
An afternoon where the children experience something a little bit different!
Nant Celyn's Eco day!
All year groups in Nant Celyn took part in planting Poppy seeds on our Eco day!
Please note the new traffic control measures in operation from Monday 3rd February 2014 - click on News and scroll down for document.
Value of the Month
Gwerth Mehefin yw...
September's Value Is....
Nant Celyn the first school in Torfaen to release wild animals back to their own habitat!
Recently year 5 were lucky enough to work with 'City Wildlife Care' to release two wild hedgehogs back into the wild!
We are delighted to announce that children at Nant Celyn Primary School are at the forefront of using information and communications technology (ICT) to enhance their work.
Following an extensive external assessment Nant Celyn has
been awarded the prestigious ICT Mark.
The award recognises our success in developing the strategic use of ICT in both administration and across the curriculum.
Notices for Parents
Traffic Control Barrier
There is a traffic control barrier in operation for the pupils safety, at the following times:- 8.45am - 9.10am
3.15pm - 3.30pm
Only disabled drivers will be allowed to enter (not exit) at these times
There is also a 5 mph speed limit within the grounds
From 1st June 2013 DOGS are banned from
Designated Children's play areas
Marked sports pitches
Garn lakes Lapwing breeding area (01/03 - 14/07 only)
You could be fined or prosecuted if you allow your dog to foul or to enter a banned area
The car park adjacent to the school building is for staff and disabled users only. Would all other users please park/drop off in the 'Visitors' car park. Thank you.
SNOW - In the event of snow or inclement weather, a decision about whether or not school can open will be made by 8am. Should we need to close we will notify REAL radio (this will also be posted on the REAL radio website/school closures) and a message will be put on our school website and also on the school answerphone 01633 624170 (if possible). If we are open but the weather is bad during the school day, please ensure that we have an UP TO DATE contact telephone number for you in case the weather worsens and we need to contact you to collect your child. As always we will do everything possible to open the school safely.
ICE - Recently we have been experiencing icy surfaces in the mornings. Please be aware that every effort is made to grit the school site however, this is a large area and it is impossible, physically and financially to grit every square foot. Please use the gritted footpaths only.
Year 4 have been making sculptures of fossils! Year 1 pupils Aimee Pask and Amelia Lewis, both six, looked after the plants for the school and were chosen the overall winners. Eco co-ordinator Helen Stent said: “They loved looking after the plants and really enjoyed it.”
Nant Celyn Primary School won the Cwmbran community council competition after pupils were asked to plant some flowers, which they then had to look after over a couple of months.
Year 4 have been making sculptures of fossils!
Year 1 pupils Aimee Pask and Amelia Lewis, both six, looked after the plants for the school and were chosen the overall winners.
Eco co-ordinator Helen Stent said: “They loved looking after the plants and really enjoyed it.”