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Careers Wales  |   Digital Events 9th, 10th & 11th March

During 9, 10 and 11 March, Careers Wales is hosting a series of digital events across Wales, to help young people make decisions about their future.

Careers Wales (click here) is pleased to invite you and your pupils to the Choose Your Future West (click here) digital event. This free, careers event is aimed at pupils in years 9 and above and will focus on priority sectors across west Wales, including:-

  • Advanced manufacturing, materials and energy
  • Construction
  • Creative, digital and ICT
  • Financial and professional
  • Food and landbased
  • Health and social care
  • Tourism, leisure and retail

This will be a great opportunity for pupils to hear from industry experts, find out more about the world of work and take part in live Q&As with local employers.

The event will be available through Microsoft Teams. All you have to do is click on the link to join the live session
on the day. You may have to download the Teams app to watch the sessions on your phone or tablet.

4th March 2021

Parent Partnership Service  |   Themed Virtual Parent Network Group Meeting

PPS Flyer

4th March 2021

Year 10 Parents Evening  |   Rescheduled to 11th March

Due to a technical issue beyond our control, the Year 10 Parents Evening will now be taking place on the 11th March between 3:45pm and 6:00pm.

Further information, how to access the booking system and a guide on how to make appointments have been emailed to Year 10 parents via the schoolcomms app.

Please email if you have any problems.

2nd March 2021

Western Power  |   Notification of Local Works From 01 March 2021

Western Power future works

Please note Western Power will be conducting essential work from 1 Mar onwards in the local area. Whilst they will ensure minimum disruption the map below indicates the footpaths potentially to be affected. Signs will be placed to indicate alternative paths. The work will hopefully only be for a couple of weeks.

Western Power 1

26th February 2021

Pupil Development Grant  |   Access to the Pupil Development Grant

The grant covers costs of clothes and other items for eligible pupils. Applications are submitted directly to the Local Authority.

25th February 2021

Competitions  |   Shwmae Sir Benfro - Voucher Prizes - Closing 07 March 2021


25th February 2021

Year 10  |   Parents Evening

Year 10 Parents Evening will be taking place on Thursday 4th March 3.45pm - 6pm through our virtual School Cloud. Parents will be emailed information on how to access and how to make appointments in due course.

24th February 2021

Register to Vote  |   Votes @16 Campaign

Election Leaflet - Coleen(E)

22nd February 2021

Mental Health Awareness Week  |   Ysgol Harri Tudur Wellbeing


During Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week 2021 we are pleased to launch our YHT Wellbeing site. Here you will find support and resources linked to Covid-19 but also in regards to mental health and wellbeing in general. You will also find resources and site recommendations to support home learning.

You can find the site at; or alternatively through the link on our schools web page.

The website provides self-help information, handy toolkits, a directory of school services and Covid-19 advice. The YHT wellbeing page is different to other websites in that it provides pupils and parents with self-help guidance and information about different aspects of mental health difficulties and supports them to make the decision about whether they may need help from a professional service.

If you are concerned about your child’s mental health and feel you need more specialist support or advice, you can access the site and make referrals to specialist staff who will support you and any concerns you may have.

Please stay connected with us by following our school web page, where we post regularly.

5th February 2021

Library  |   Click and Collect Service

YHT Library Book Click and Collect Service

Enjoy a break from the screen...

You can now Click and Collect Ysgol Harri Tudur Library books of your choice!

Whether it's books to help with your schoolwork, or something to read to escape from it all or explore your own interests...

Just browse Accessit, the Library Web App, and reserve the book(s) you want... (remember to log in first!)

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We'll email you when the books are ready to collect from Reception. (Please don't turn up unless you've had an email!)

Remember to observe the COVID-19 safety guidelines when collecting your books - face covering, hand-washing, social distancing.

Reserved books not collected within the fortnight will be returned to the Library.

(You will also be able to return books to a box in Reception when you collect your books. There is no need to return books unless you are collecting new ones - all books can be returned to the Library once you are back in school.)

All books will be handled safely according to the required COVID-19 guidelines.

  • Reserve your books by the end of Wednesday 3 February; collect from Reception from Friday 5 February

[This is the last click and collect before Half Term, so please make sure you get your half term reading requests in this time! The next deadline will be Wednesday 24 February, with collection from Friday 25 February.]

Stuck for ideas? - you can fill in this quick form (make sure you are logged into your YHT Google account first) and have a book specially selected for you!

There are lots of ideas and links on the Accessit dashboard too; or take a look at the Quick Lists! More are being added all the time.

If you have any questions or need any suggestions, just get in touch with Mrs Smith!

1st February 2021

PCC Catering  |   Reminder of Pre Order Service and Cashless Catering Payments System

25th November 2020

07 September 2020  |   Current School Covid Risk Assessment

Covid Risk Assessment

Please find attached the current school Covid Risk Assessment

7th September 2020