INSPIRING LIFELONG LEARNERS

YSGOL CAPELULO seeks to provide high quality education in a supportive and inclusive environment for all children.

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Classes

22

Staff Members

144

Pupils

About Ysgol Capelulo

Ysgol Capelulo is a is a daily, bilingual, co-educational Community Primary School (Nursery / Infants / Juniors) for 3-11 year old children. The school, which is situated just off the A55, serves the villages of Dwygyfylchi and Penmaenmawr. To the east is the town of Conwy and to the west is Bangor.

Students

It provides education for 126 full time and 19 part time learners aged from three to eleven; the nursery children attend on a part time basis during the afternoons.


There are currently five mixed age classes, two junior, and two foundation phase within the school. Classes are split as follows: Reception/Year 1, Year 1/Year 2, Year 3/Year 4, Year 4/Year 5 and Year 6.

Staff

Staffing is made up of the Headteacher, 5 full time teachers, four teaching assistants in the Foundation Phase, and two Social Inclusion Service teaching assistants in Key Stage two (who mainly work one to one with children and targeted groups during the day).

Pre-school

There is a Pre-school facility on site using the Nursery Class setting in the morning and this aids a successful transition into school.

The school runs a free breakfast club from 8:15am for primary age pupils (not Nursery) and also various after school clubs, run by teaching staff, until 4:15pm.

Headteacher’s Welcome

At Ysgol Capelulo, we believe that we can satisfy children’s needs through the medium of an education which is balanced and complete, in a homely, friendly and co-operative atmosphere.

As teachers and staff, we believe that parents and children appreciate that such an atmosphere contributes to a child’s educational, emotional, physical and moral development and prepares them for their place in society. We pride ourselves on the broad, balanced and full education we provide throughout the school and the good standards of teaching and learning, which are a credit to the hard work of both staff and pupils.