The school is part of the Welsh Assembly Government’s Free Breakfast Initiative.
Free breakfast is available at the school between 8a.m and 8.40a.m, with a focus on healthy eating.
Pupils are supervised until the start of school at 8.50a.m.
After School Club
After School Club
The school has an after school care club which runs on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday during term time between 3.30p.m and 5.30p.m.
There is a charge for this facility.
If you wish to register your child, or if you require further information, please contact the school.
(Ysgol Y Llan)
The Sunday School (or Ysgol y Llan) meets once a week in the school hall. We have fun discussing stories from the Bible and events from the Christian Calendar through arts and crafts.
Come and join us and have juice and biscuits between 3.30 and 4.30 on Friday nights.
Urdd Gobaith Ctmru
The Urdd Adran meets every month during the Christmas term.
|During the Spring term, choir and dancing practices are held after school to prepare for the Urdd Eisteddfod. The choir and the dancing party also compete in local Eisteddfodau such as Newcastle Emlyn and Gwyl Fawr Aberteifi.|
|The older pupils have an opportunity to stay at the Urdd residential centres at the Millennium Centre Cardiff and Llangrannog and compete in sporting events.|
All school pupils are welcomed to enrol in the Urdd Movement.
Urdd Website Competition Winners 2012
Penboyr School came first in the 'Create a Website' Competition.
Pupils from class 4 created the website in j2e.
The theme this year was 'Celebrations'.
The children decided to research the celebrations within the church.
Urdd Website Competiton 2015
'Tyfu a Ffynnu'
The Digital Leaders from years 5 and 6 came third in the Urdd 'Create a Website' Comprtition.
The theme this year was 'Tufu a Ffynnu' (Grow and Prosper). The pupils decided to study William Morgan and the growth of the Welsh Bible from 1588 to present day.
The website was created in j2Bloggy.
Click on the link below to see our winning webpages!
and click on 'Websites Created by Children'
|Our ICT Club runs every Friday lunchtime in order for the pupils to enhance their learning and develop effective use of emerging technologies.|
|We feel that it is important that the pupils have the opportunity to explore various aspects of ICT by learning new skills. It is our intention to use a wide range of ICT equipment including iPads, Probots, and cameras as well as fun and exciting programmes to help develop their confidence and competence when using modern technology giving them a sense of achievement.|
|Although our club will not be run as a normal class lesson, it will be an extension to ICT learning and contribute to the development to ICT in our school. Our aim is to learn, have fun, be informative and freely explore technology.|
|We will be focusing on e-safety, and the ICT Club will be supervised at all times by a member of staff. At no time will pupils be allowed to view inappropriate material as the same guidelines apply as our school ICT policy.|
|Our ‘Digital Leaders” will be on hand to help with any ICT problems and our aim is that eventually, after training, they will take on a bigger role in running the ICT Club under the guidance of a member of staff.|
The cookery club is held in the cabin with our two new cookers.
The children learn how to weigh and measure the ingredients and follow a recipe in order to create delicious meals for their families.
There is an opportunity for pupils of KS2 to let loose their creative juices once a week in the 'Creative Writing Club'.
We write poetry, short stories and plays and discuss ideas and features of English Grammar and spelling in the computer suite. This enables pupils to use transferable skills in a cross curricular environment.
The children from years 5 and 6 enjoy creating necklaces, bracelets and earings using various types of beads.
Some of the children from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 competed in the 2013 Urdd Eisteddfod in the ‘Celf a Chrefft’ Competition creating jewelery depicting ‘ Patterns of the Environment’.
The children also have a display board in school where the items are sold. They have sold the jewellery at school fairs and local craft fairs