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Cyfarthfa High School
Ysgol Uwchradd Cyfarthfa

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Achievement by caring
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Cyfarthfa High School
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Return to School Parents Survey

Please click the button below or scan the QR code with your mobile device to complete that will allow us to identify which children will be returning to school the week commencing 29th June. This information is required to enable us to make the relevant arrangements and have them in place in readiness for this date.

Headteacher's Welcome

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to Cyfarthfa High School and whilst we cannot be together in person during these difficult times, I wanted to reassure you that we are working extremely hard with all of our students, families and staff to ensure you all get the right support. This support extends to our new cohort of students due to join us in September and we will be working very closely with cluster schools and our new students to ensure you feel supported, safe and look forward to joining us in September.

At Cyfarthfa High School, we always place the wellbeing of students and staff at the heart of our core business. Like all parents/guardians, we want the very best for all our students and will make it our absolute priority to ensure all pupils are still happy, safe and flourish whilst at home and when the school reopens.

I promise to keep you up to date with any new changes the government announce regularly so please follow us on twitter and via our website or contact us at any time. Take a look at the updated information below. In the meantime, please stay safe and positive, enjoy learning at home and take care of each other.

Mr Francis

Headteacher

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Transition Support: Year 6 into 7 2020

Please click below for information regarding Year 6 Transition

Transition Information 2020

If you would like to apply to join our fantastic school in September, please contact school.admissions@merthyr.gov.uk or by telephoning 01685 725000.

Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time using the following ways:

Email: studentinformation@cyfarthfahigh.merthyr.sch.uk
Phone: 01685 725222
Twitter: @CyfarthfaHigh #movingonup

Alternatively, complete the following survey and we will get back to you with the answers to your query.

Year 6 Parents Enquiry Form

Please keep an eye on our Twitter feed for Year 6 challenges and information #movingonup

Home Learning

Thank you all very much for the support you have given your children as they have moved to a new way of learning and for the very positive feedback that we have received. We are proud of the way our pupils have quickly adapted to more independent ways of learning, of the way they are interacting with teachers and the work they are producing.

Please click here to see the home learning weekly schedule and help with accessing Microsoft Teams

Home Learning Provision April 2020

Qualifications and Exams

A message for all Summer 2020 GCSE, AS, A level and Skills Challenge Certificate learners. Please click the link below for full information.

Summer GCSE 2020 Exams

Well Being

Wellbeing support for pupils: PERMA Overview

At Cyfarthfa High School, we always place the wellbeing of pupils and staff at the heart of our core business. Like all parents/guardians, we want the very best for all our pupils and will make it our absolute priority to ensure all pupils are happy, safe and flourish.

In the pursuit of happiness and to allow pupils to be the best they can be, we want to ensure we get the right wellbeing support for all. Therefore, we are pleased to announce that next year Cyfarthfa High School will become a wellbeing hub which will adopt the PERMA approach to supporting the wellbeing needs of our pupils. We recognise that a good life for one pupil is not necessarily a good life for another as there are many different routes to a flourishing life. Therefore, by adopting the PERMA approach to support and enable our pupils to flourish, make more informed choices to live a more fulfilling life which is aligned with their values and interests we will be implementing a whole school approach to support pupils wellbeing needs. This will be interlinked with all other aspects of wellbeing support such as ELSA, Thrive, health and wellbeing support to provide a full package of support to all pupils.

What is PERMA?

The PERMA model represents the five core elements of happiness and wellbeing. PERMA basically stands for Positive Emotion, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning and Accomplishments. At Cyfarthfa High School, our approach to wellbeing will support all aspects of PERMA and more information will follow.

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