Coronavirus (COVID-19) School Procedures & Guidance
Closure of all schools in Wales announced.
Schools across Wales will all be shutting from Friday
The provision for free schools meals is changing form May 4th. Mae'r drefn ynglyn a phrydau bwyd am ddim yn newid o ddydd Llun, Mai 4ydd ymlaen.
If your child is entitled to free school meals, can you please ensure that you complete an online form with your details. Further information on the changes and access to the online form can be found via the link below:
Os ydy eich plentyn yn gymwys i dderbyn prydau bwyd am ddim, yna mae’n holl bwysig eich bod yn llenwi’r ffurflen ar-lein gyda’ch manylion. Gellir dod o hyd i ragor o wybodaeth am y newidiadau a mynediad i’r ffurflen ar-lein drwy’r linc isod:
Statement to parents / Datganiad i rieni
To reassure pupils and parents, following the guidelines outlined by Qualifications Wales we will be using our robust tracking procedures in school to provide the predicted grades to the examination board for all external examinations. This may include aspects already completed and assessed, and the expected outcome of the Summer examination based on the accurate professional judgement of our staff at Ysgol Dyffryn Aman.
Er mwyn tawelu meddwl disgyblion a rhieni, gan ddilyn y canllawiau a amlinellwyd gan Cymhwyster Cymru byddwn yn defnyddio ein gweithdrefnau tracio cadarn yn yr ysgol i ddarparu’r graddau a ragwelir i’r bwrdd arholi ar gyfer arholiadau allanol. Gall hyn gynnwys agweddau sydd eisoes wedi’u cwblhau a’u hasesu, a chanlyniad disgwyliedig yr arholiad Haf yn seiliedig ar farn broffesiynol gywir ein staff yn Ysgol Dyffryn Aman.
DIWEDDARIAD COVID-19 UPDATE
(Monday March 23rd 2020)
Letter to parents - COVID 19 (March 17th 2020)
Llythyr at rieni - COVID 19 (Mawrth 17eg 2020)
Psychological Support for Children Coping with COVID-19
Message form Carmarthenshire County Council
We appreciate there is a level of concern about Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). As parents and pupils you should be reassured that we continue to take advice from Public Health Wales and are taking all appropriate measures to prevent the spread of the virus. We are advised that at this time the risk to the general public remains low.
Public Health Wales advice can be found here:
We appreciate the cooperation of pupils and parents to help prevent the spread of infections. Good hygiene is the best prevention and there are some simple steps you can take to protect you and your family. These include:
Washing hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or using an alcohol-based hand sanitiser that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water is not available
Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
Cover coughs or sneezes with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the bin and wash hands immediately
If your child is feeling unwell and has been to one of the countries or regions listed on the Public Health Wales website, or has been in close contact with an individual with confirmed Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), please call NHS 111 straight away for further advice.
Coronavirus and Me.
Nation-wide survey for children and young people
All pupils are asked to complete an important survey. This survey has been written by these organisations with help from children and young people
Children’s Commissioner for Wales
Children in Wales
Youth Parliament for Wales / Senedd Ieuenctid Cymru
The results will be used by the Welsh Government and the other organisations to make sure our children and young people have everything you need to stay happy, healthy and safe. The link needed is:
Coronafeirws a Fi.
Holiadur Cenedlaethol i Blant a Phobl ifanc
Gofynnir i pob disgybl i gwblhau holiadur pwysig sydd wedi cael ei lunio gan
Comisiynydd Plant Cymru
Plant yng Nghymru
Senedd Ieuenctid Cymru