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Are you interested in joining us here at Ysgol Aberconwy?

If you would like to find out more about what we can offer you or your child here at Ysgol Aberconwy, why not get in touch with us to arrange a visit.  We are rightly proud of the individual attention we are able give to our students in the environment of a smaller school and we would be happy to demonstrate this by arranging a tour for you, and giving you a chance to discuss an application with one of our mentors or the headteacher.

To start the process why not look at our prospectus, which you can find here.  If you are ready to make an application, you can download an application form here, or call us to request a paper copy.

As a maintained school, the school admits pupils in the accordance with Conwy County Borough Council's policy that can be found here.

 

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Library

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The Welsh Government have produced a short animated guide to talk you through the National Reading and Numeracy Test reports. Please click the link below

National Reading and Numeracy Tests 2017

Arrangements for National Literacy and Numeracy Tests 2017

The Tests will take place in the week beginning 1st May. Students requiring additional time will take the tests under the supervision of Mike Parker.

The Numeracy Procedural test will be taken in Maths lesson; an exam supervisor will be allocated to each group; Chris Kitchen will devise an internal Maths department timetable.

 

Tuesday 2nd May

09.00 - 10.15 Literacy Year 9

11.20 Numeracy [Reasoning] Year 7

Wednesday 3rd May

09.00 - 10.15 Literacy Year 8

11.20 - 12.00 Numeracy [Reasoning] Year 9

Thursday 4th May

09.00 - 10.15 Literacy Year 7

11.20 - 12.00 Numeracy [Reasoning] Year 8

Friday 5th May

09.00 - 10.15 Cymraeg Literacy Year 7, 8 & 9

 

Here are some links to some of the sites we use to promote Literacy & Numeracy at Ysgol Aberconwy.

Events

7CC are embarking on a major arts project funded by the Arts Council of Wales. They met with Gill from the Arts Council in October and explored their interests, they've interviewed and selected the artists they're going to work with and now they're just about ready to get started.

In brief, the project will involve the students working next term with two professional artists and two teachers all day for one day a week for two months. Angahard works at the University of Chester and specialises in Capoeira (Brazillian dance/martial art); Maria is a visual artist.

We want to see what happens when we fuse these two art forms - we think it's going to be electrifying. We believe that this experience will have a major impact upon all of the students long term educational achievement and to ensure this is the case we need your support.

http://www.arts.wales/what-we-do/funding

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Sport

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Clubs

 

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Lunchtime  Y7 Netball Y8&9 Netball

Y10&11 Netball

Y9&10 Dodgeball

Badminton

Y7&8 Dodgeball

Girls Touch Rugby
Afterschool

 Boys & Girls

Football

  Rugby    

 

 

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Lunchtime  Art Club

Ukelele Club

Choir

Art Club

German Club A110

KS4 Art club

Robotics

French Club A110 Maths Club A103
Afterschool

 KS4 Art

Boogey Nights Rehearsals

Mandarin A112

Boogey Nights Rehearsals

Mandarin A112

Boogey Nights Rehearsals

Mandarin A112

KS3 Poetry club A001

Boogey Nights Rehearsals

 

 

Boogie Nights the Musical showing in November.

GCSE Phsycial Education

Physical Education can be studied as a GCSE in addition to the compulsory core lessons.

The course will give you an excellent opportunity to study Physical Education in both a practical and theoretical setting.

This includes:
● how we learn skills in sport
● how to be fit and healthy
● how the body works

The course allows you to be assessed practically as a player/performer, coach or official. This course will prepare you for a career as a :Leisure manager, Sports Scientist, Physiotherapist, PE teacher, Sport Psychologist, Strength and Conditioning coach, Sports Coach, Referee.

If you enjoy participating in a range of different physical activities (including and outdoor education - climbing, sailing, mountain walking, mountain biking) then this is the course for you!

Sport BTEC Level 3 Diploma

If you enjoy physical activity and wish to learn more about sport, training and the body then this is the course for you.
The course covers a wide variety of subjects matter from the human body to nutrition and sport psychology. There are certainly opportunities for everyone to succeed on this course. The Sport BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma will allow you to gain UCAS points that are the equivalent of one A-level.

We will provide unique opportunities and experiences that will prepare you for a range of different jobs within the sports and leisure industries.
The units you will study:
● Principles of Anatomy and Physiology in Sport
● The Physiology of Fitness
● Assessing Risk in Sport
● Fitness Training and Programming
● Sport Coaching and leadership
● Fitness Testing for Sport and Exercise
● Practical individual sports
● Sports nutrition
● Current Issues in Sport
● Psychology for Sports Performance
● Work Experience in Sport (Optional)

 

 

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