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School Policies

Centre Determined Grades Policy (learner and parent version) 
Reviews of marking – centre assessed marks (GCSE controlled assessments, GCE coursework, GCE and GCSE non-examination assessments and Project qualifications)
Ysgol Bro Myrddin is committed to ensuring that whenever its staff mark candidates’ work this is done fairly, consistently and in accordance with the awarding body’s specification and subject-specific associated documents.
Additional Learning Needs Policy
Aims and Objectives Aims 1. Ensure a high standard of education within a vast, balanced, relevant and appropriate curriculum in order to give pupils every opportunity to reach their full potential an improve self-image. 2. Create an atmosphere which meets the requirements of pupils’ additional educational needs in order to promote their cognitive, emotional and social development. Teach them skills and principals that will allow them to develop into full members of the school society and the wider society in the future. 3. Ensure that children’s additional learning needs are identified and assessed. 4. Meet the children’s educational requirements by ensuring that the provision for them is suitable and makes good use of appropriate resources.
Freedom of Information
This is Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bro Myrddin’s Publication Scheme
The school’s Careers and World of Work policy (CWW) is based on the document published by the Welsh Assembly Government 'Careers and World of Work: a framework for young people aged 11 to 19 in Wales'. 
Curriculum Policy
Introduction - The school is committed to providing an extensive and balanced curriculum, which answers the statutory needs, current developments in the field and the specific interests of our learners. We ensure equal access to every learner whilst offering them educational opportunities of regular standard in order for them to develop the skills and the information that’s necessary for them to reach their full potential and to become confident lifelong learners.
Our policy is to provide and maintain, within reason, working conditions, equipment and systems safe and healthy work for all pupils and staff (teaching and non-teaching). Also, provide information, training where possible or necessary, and oversight to this purpose.
This Disability Access Plan sets out an approach to promoting disability equality in each and every aspect of school life. Our Disability Access Plan embraces all aspects of disability whether this relates to pupils and their parents and carers, staff and members of the wider school community.
Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bro Myrddin’s Child Protection Policy
Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bro Myrddin fully acknowledge its contribution towards child protection. Our policy contains three main elements:- (a) Prevention by the teaching and the pastoral support offered to pupils; (b) Procedures for identifying cases or doubts of abuse and report them. Because of our everyday contact with children, the school staff are in a good situation to notice any external signs of abuse; and (c) Support pupils who may have been abused
Home School Agreement
The aim of this agreement is to promote collaboration between us, as a school, and you as parents. Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bro Myrddin is proud of the close and positive relationship which exists between parents, pupils and teachers. Through this agreement we can all commit to working in partnership. In signing this agreement, we are confident that we will create an effective link between home and school, which will lead to a better understanding of our responsibilities, and that in future, your child will benefit from the promises we have made together.
In order to ensure that the Governing Body of Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bro Myrddin can deliver all expected responsibilities and duties effectively and efficiently all governors will do the these ...
Relationships and Sexuality Education Policy (RSE)
RSE is a positive and protective part of the Curriculum for Wales. It plays a central role in supporting learners’ rights to enjoy fulfilling, healthy and safe relationships throughout their lives. RSE is also a key part of our safeguarding role at Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bro Myrddin...
Smoke Free Policy
This policy has been developed through a full consultation process with pupils, staff, parents and governors. The school is a completely smoke free site.
Collective Worship Policy
As a school, we strongly believe that collective worship is an important part of our school life. Every week a whole school assembly is held in the hall on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. (See Morning Assembly Arrangements). Every other Wednesday is an opportunity for the houses to gather and arrange their activities. Also, every other Wednesday is an opportunity for us to hold a junior and senior assembly.
Privacy Notice What the School/Early Years Provider, Local Authority and Welsh Government does with the Educational Information they hold on Children and Young People
1. Introduction 1.1 Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bro Myrddin is committed to dealing effectively with complaints. We aim to clarify any issues about which you are not sure. If possible, we will put right anymistakes we have made, and we will apologise. We aim to learn from mistakes and use that experience to improve what we do...
Health Education Policy
Aims 1. Safeguard the child’s personal and social health 2. Motivate young people to live healthy lives 3. Assist young people to nurture self-respect 4. Encourage young people to realise that they manage any decisions regarding their health
Anti-Bullying Policy Policy Statement
Our intention is to ensure that Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bro Myrddin is a safe school which has no place for the bully. We emphasize that all aspects of bullying are taken seriously and that we are a school which listens, cares and takes action.
How we use your information
Privacy notice for Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bro Myrddin
The proper handling of personal information by the School is very important in delivering education to our pupils. Personal data is any information that relates to a person who can be directly or indirectly identified from the information. The terms ‘information’ and ‘personal data’ are used throughout this privacy notice and have the same meaning.
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