Please could parents of pupils who will be joining us in Year 7 in September complete the forms. If you are unable to print/access the documents, please email the school office email@example.com or ring the school on 01686 412289 Monday/Wednesday or Friday mornings and we can arrange for a copy to be posted to you…. Read more »
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
Support during school closure: https://youngminds.org.uk/ https://www.kooth.com/ https://www.childline.org.uk/ https://www.youthoptions.co.uk/what-we-do/youth-work/open-access May Summer Grading Bulletin 2021 March Summer Grading Bulletin 2021 Hilary Term (Spring) Newsletter 2021 5th March bulletin 2021 QW letter to learners 4.3.21 Letter to Learners – 25/2 Letter to Learners – 25/2 (Cymraeg) Summer Grading bulletin 2021 Assessment arrangements for grades Summer 2021 8th January… Read more »
Llanidloes Primary and High schools have a rich history of promoting excellent stewardship of the environment. The Llanidloes Schools Federation has now committed to taking this work to the next level. Both schools have received the highest Platinum Green Flag Awards for their Eco work. Pupils and staff have engaged in wide-ranging projects to promote… Read more »
Included in this term’s newsletter: Message from the head, St Fagans Welsh Heritage Trip, Fond farewell to Colin and Terry, Royal Navy MasterChef Masterclass, Extra INSET day on 26 June 2020, Lewis Hamilton watch out… Matthew Higgins is about, Maria Francis-Jones selected for International Senior Squad, Are you a European Citizen living in Powys, Do… Read more »
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.