IMPORTANT NEWS/REMINDERS 

Monday 23rd September 3.30pm Dosbarth Enfys – “Welcome” session with Mrs. Mac–Williams & Mrs. Morgan. For all parents of dosbarth Enfys pupils

Tuesday 1st October Harvest Service St.Mary’s Church 9.30 parents welcome

Tuesday October 15th Shwmae day

Week beginning Monday October 21st parents evenings

Monday October 28th  – Friday November 1st   half term

Monday November 3rd  Pupils back in school

Friday October 18th Individual school photographs

Monday 9th & Tuesday 10th December – Christmas performances

Wednesday December 11th AM Torch theatre panto—whole school

Monday 16th December Carol Service Church of St.Mary Roch 5pm

Friday December 20th end of term

Monday January 6th First day of spring term.

 

 

 

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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In Roch Community School our mission is to provide a secure, happy, healthy and caring environment in which all children and staff flourish and achieve their full potential.

Our school motto is “Open hearts, open minds, open doors.”

We are a happy inclusive primary school with approximately 150  pupils. Children can start school during the term of their fourth birthday.

Our school is situated just outside the Pembrokeshire National Park midway between Haverfordwest and St. Davids, as a result of this location pupils can transfer either to Ysgol Dewi Sant or Sir Thomas Picton in Havwerfordwest.

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We aim to:

  • Inspire and motivate every individual,
  • Be a listening, approachable school working in partnership with parents, governors and the wider community,
  • Promote purposeful teaching in a high quality learning environment and to ensure the highest standards through an enriched curriculum,
  • Develop confident learners through nurturing self-esteem,
  • Be an inclusive school ensuring everyone has equal opportunities to succeed and where everyone is equally valued,
  • To equip pupils with the skills to enable them to become independent lifelong learners,
  • Promote positive behaviour and foster moral values based upon respect for others, the community and the wider world,
  • Engage pupils, staff and governors in meaningful self-evaluation.

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June Newsletter 2019

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Data Protection Policy

Data Protection Policy

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Intimate Care Policy

Intimate Care policy

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