As such, current government advice is for any people exhibiting symptoms to self isolate at home and call the NHS, but otherwise to continue as normal. We have informed all students on the trip of this advice, and we will keep them updated if this advice changes. The Public Health Wales poster with advice for schools can be downloaded by clicking here and further information/guidance can be found here:
In the meantime, please be conscious of usual common sense hygiene procedures around the school and at home. We will of course continue to respond to guidance promptly, keep you informed of any changes to it and maintain our priority on the safety of all staff and students, without causing unnecessary disruption to your children's education.
Notification of planned roadworks.
It is timely to remind all parents of the procedures in the event of the school being closed due to bad weather.
When a decision is taken to close the school we will make the information available as soon as possible in the following ways. Unless communication is received through these means, then please assume that the school remains open :
- School website
- School social media accounts
- Text and email message to primary contact numbers
(please therefore keep us informed of any changes to mobile phone numbers or email addresses)
- Conwy County Council website
- Local Radio
(Capital FM/eartHeartHeart Radio/Radio Cymru/Radio Wales)
The decision to close the school is never taken lightly and rests with myself and the Governors. Throughout the decision making process, our primary concern is always the safety of all our students and staff.
Please click here to see a letter from Mr Gerrard, Headteacher, regarding improvement works to cycle paths and pedestrian access in the area around the school.
Conwy County Borough Council ALN Transformation
Conwy Social Care and Education Service are holding an information session for parents/carers of children and young people attending Ysgol Aberconwy and surrounding feeder schools.
The drop in session follows recent workshops held by SNAP Cymru. It will provide information and offer opportunities to ask questions about the Additional Learning Needs Transformation Programme across Wales and all parents/carers are welcome.
This session will take place:
On: 8th of November
Between: 1.30 and 2.30 pm.
At: Ysgol Aberconwy,
Ysgol Aberconwy will be hosting an Internet Safety Awareness session for parents to support with keeping children safe from abuse online delivered by Stop it Now Cymru.
The event will take place on Tuesday the 19th of November from 6pm-8pm in the Ysgol Aberconwy school hall and is open to parents of students from all year groups.
If you would like to attend the event, please contact Ysgol Aberconwy Reception before the 8th of November 2019 to register your interest.