Llanidloes High School may well be the happiest high achieving school in Wales. As an inspector and Challenge Adviser, I had the privilege of supporting and evaluating secondary school provision up and down the country. When visiting Llanidloes, I was always struck by the vibrant and flourishing learning culture, deeply caring ethos and exceptional commitment of staff. Everyone goes the extra mile to ensure each and every pupil’s experience of school is as happy as possible.Read More
Thursday 12th December
Year 11 Parents Evening
Friday 20th December
Last Day of Term
Tuesday 7th January
First Day Back
Thursday 16th January
Year 7 Parents Evening
Thursday 6th February
Year 10 Parents Evening
We are delighted to see that our pupils have achieved a record-breaking average score of nearly 400, which places the school amongst the highest achieving in Wales.
Staff and pupils at Llanidloes High School are exceptionally pleased with results this year. Headteacher, Daniel Owen, said: “We are absolutely delighted with our students’ splendid results this year and warmly congratulate them on their success. It is an extraordinary achievement that over 40% of students studying three or more A-levels achieved two or more… Read more »
This Newsletter includes: Education Minister coming to Llanidloes, Federation update, Estyn inspection of Powys Schools Service, Hockey boys national success, Summer Sports Programme, Scholars Programme Underway, Head’s parachute jump, Head’s surgery, SIXTH FORM SPECIAL, 3G pitch campaign, New curriculum for Wales, Staff leavers, Montgomeryshire Essay Writing Champions, Design and Technology success!
The redgra at Llanidloes High School is no longer fit for purpose. The pitch frequently floods and the surface is very worn. Sections of the redgra have to be cordoned off by teaching staff to secure pupil safety.
Powys Local Authority have acknowledged the need to address this situation.
The Headteacher of Llanidloes High School conquered his fear of heights by jumping out of a plane from 10,000 feet. Mr Owen has so far raised over £5000 towards a brand new Pupil Support ‘Cymorth’ Centre and an extension of the school’s Autistic Spectrum Centre.