Newsletters / Updates*
15.06.2020 Headteacher Newsletter – 16.5.20

Please select the below link to access the latest Headteacher newsletter regarding the reopening of Llanwern High School

Letter 15.6.2020

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11.06.2020 Headteacher Newsletter – 11th June 2020

Please see the latest Headteacher newsletter – LETTER

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Nicolas Davies - RAF
08.06.2020 RAF success for ex pupil

Nicholas Davies who left Llanwern 3 years ago achieved his ambition of joining the RAF. He completed his training during lockdown and graduated into the RAF on Friday.
This is amazing news and we are extremely proud of him.

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03.06.2020 Latest Headteacher Newsletter – 3rd June 2020

Following the announcement of schools in Wales reopening on the 29th June 2020, please select the below link to access a letter from Mrs Jarvis, Headteacher regarding this.

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22.05.2020 A Young Person’s Guide to Coronavirus

Staff from Children & Young People Services have developed the attached Covid-19 leaflets for children and young people in Newport. As well as providing information about Covid-19, these leaflets signpost children (and their parents) to additional resources they might find useful.

Covid-19 Leaflet

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14.05.2020 Virtual quiz to raise funds for The Raven House Trust, Newport.

The quiz will be hosted by ITV’s Adrian Masters on the 14th of May, 7pm-8pm. It’s purpose is to raise money for the Raven House trust who provides food packages for those who need them in Newport. The way to be a part of the quiz is to donate money via the GoFundMe page and then you’ll be emailed the meeting ID and Password. The winner of the quiz will receive a £20 voucher donated by the Red Fort Caerleon and the person with the best background will also win a £20 voucher!

https://www.gofundme.com/f/thq233-virtual-pub-quiz

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11.05.2020 Online Learning at Llanwern

Dear all

I hope that this email finds you and your family well.

I want to use this communication to let you know what you can expect from Llanwern High School staff in terms of online learning.  However, before I go on to detail this, I need to make sure that you know that our number one priority is your child’s wellbeing.  As a parent myself, I recognise that the most important thing at this unsettling time is to ensure that your children feel happy, reassured and secure and, sometimes, completing school work has to take a back seat.

Having said the above, we have no set date for a return to school and, even when that date is decided by Welsh Government, the return will be very different and definitely not ‘business as usual’.  In short, online learning is here to stay and we want to do everything we can to make sure that you and your child are supported to access work set on Google Classrooms.

What you can expect from teaching staff:

  • Weekly work from each subject

  • An accompanying short video explanation to the activity, as well as written instructions

  • Regular responses to messages/questions posted by pupils

  • Feedback to work submitted

 

What you can expect from pastoral staff (Heads of Year and Tutors):

  • A weekly video assembly on the Head of Year Classroom and Pupil of the Week awards

  • Weekly topical news articles to read and ‘discuss’ in tutor group Classrooms

 

Over the next week, we are going to prioritise Years 10 and 12 in terms of home communication and, if you are a parent of a child in one of these year groups, you should expect a phone call from their tutor or Head of Year.  Please can I make it very clear that this is a support phone call; we are interested in what issues you might have had or continue to have and how we can help you. Although we have produced help videos and posted then on our Facebook page and website, sometimes it helps to hear someone’s voice who can help answer your specific questions or refer you to someone who can.

 

Many thanks for your time – please know that you have our very best wishes and full support during this difficult time.

Sian Smith

Deputy Headteacher

 

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11.05.2020 Video from the Education Minster for Wales, Kirsty Williams

The situation for schools in Wales will not change on June 1st.” That was the message from Education Minister Kirsty Williams.

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Gold crest award 2020
07.05.2020 Gold CREST Award for Llanwern

Congratulations Kara, Jack, Jess and Nicole who have been awarded a Gold CREST award for the Growing Lettuce with Fish project. Full house for Nicole (Y9), Bronze, Silver and now Gold award! Good luck in your future endeavors Kara.

Excellent achievement all.

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06.05.2020 Article by Poppy Stowell-Evans of Year 11

Please find below a link to an article written by our very own Poppy Stowell-Evans of Year 11.

After GCSEs: My New Reality

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