Achieving Excellence Together Rhagori Gyda'n Gilydd


On behalf of the learners, staff and governors welcome to our website where we hope you find all the information you need about our new school.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if any questions remain unanswered after your visit and keep revisiting to see how our new school develops.

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Pembrokeshire County Council is introducing a Childcare hub-based model for critical workers and the families of vulnerable learners.

The move follows the UK Government’s restrictions placed on movement this week and the need for greater social distancing measures.

From Monday, 30th March, Childcare will only be available to eligible critical workers and at specific locations within the county.

Places must be booked by telephone 01437 776350 or via email: and children from vulnerable families will be contacted by a key worker and offered places.

Further information and a booking form are available on the Council’s website .

Each school setting will be open from 8 am to 4 pm until 20th April after which time all settings will be open from 7 am to 6 pm.

The online Childcare booking applications will be processed centrally on a weekly basis.

There will be no option to turn up without a confirmed booking as most critical workers will know their shifts in advance.

The advice remains to stay at home wherever possible in order to maintain social distancing. 

We have set up a great online learning platform through Google Classroom for our pupils at HHVCS. We are very thankful to our staff for developing their digital skills at a very difficult time, to devise imaginative activities for pupils. 

Pupils, parents and carers, thank you for exploring Google Classrooms and already completing some of your set tasks.  
Reflecting on this system, we would like to suggest a few guidelines for you to follow:  Aim to complete approximately two hours per day of school work for KS3 pupils and approximately 3 hours per day for KS4/5 pupils, Monday to Friday. Please remember to rotate around the different subjects you take, for example KS3 should aim to work on 2 or 3 different subjects per day. We don’t want you to feel overwhelmed or pressured by the quantity of  work that is being provided. You can build up gradually over time, pace yourselves and don’t feel you have to respond immediately to feedback. Your teachers will be aware of these guidelines. Remember, home learning is about lots of other important activities such as cooking, completing puzzles, reading, studying nature and being creative to mention a few. 

In the current climate the priority is doing what feels best for you and your family’s wellbeing.