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Summer Term

During Review week this year the Pupil Voice Group and AoLe carried out various monitoring activities and identified the following strengths –


Children are enjoying learning about their local community and how historical events have impacted on today’s world.  This was evident when the children at LPS were learning about the history of LPS during the 125 year anniversary. Children in UKS2 were given the opportunity to learn about where bombs had been dropped on the school premises during World War II and LKS2 children were able to compare and contrast historical data with modern data when looking at attendance figures from today and 125 years ago. They then completed some fantastic bar graphs using the data they had sourced. Our recent Estyn report also picked up on how the children ‘worked effectively when applying their skills […] across the curriculum.’

Children at LPS are being given many opportunities to think about their local environment and how they have a great impact on it. The Eco Warriors have recently just completed their first Litter Pick around Llangyfelach and have fed back to the whole school in assembly on the importance of keeping our environment tidy. Estyn picked up on how ‘pupils understood their role within their local community and the wider world. They are developing well as ethical and informed citizens.’

From analysing children’s progress within INCERTS it was clear to see that most learners are working at or above their expected levels. Most children appear to have made good progress throughout the year.

Conversations with children from across both Key Stages suggest that the new topics they have covered this year have been enjoyable and that they have enjoyed how most of their topics have linked to Wales. Children in Foundation Phase enjoyed learning about the old Llangyfelach Carnival and made grand plans to bring it back. Learners in KS2 were fascinated to learn about how World War II affected Swansea.


Our next steps –


The AoLe and PVG Group will continue to develop our new curriculum plans for both phases to ensure children are being given the opportunity to learn concepts about Cultural Diversity within Wales, Social economics, inequality and equality.

The AoLe and PVG Group continue to work towards our second green flag award.

The PVG Group will train up children from across the school to undertake litter picks I our adopted ‘Litter Free Zone.’

The AoLe and PVG Group will continue to work towards making Pengors Road safer, and have already come up with ideas on what they could do.


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Play, Learn and Grow Together

Termly Attendance
  • Whole School 94.2
  • Nursery AM 89.7 / PM 86.9
  • Reception 91.7
  • Year 1 95
  • Year 2 92.2
  • Year 3 95.2
  • Year 4 93.7
  • Year 5 96.7
  • Year 6 92.7
House Points
  • Glyndwr 6,449
  • Llewellyn 5,349
  • Caradog 6,392