Inclusive Boxing club at the heart of the community. Pupils are engaged with such a programme in school every Friday in conjunction with Chris McEwen from the Pembroke Dock Amateur Boxing Club. Chris is also running sessions outside school hours on Thursday evenings at the club for all; and it's free.
On Thursday 23 September the club was visited by multi Gold medal winning Paralympian Aled Davies. Aled is shown here with our own Ioan Williams (wearing a great medal!).
A fabulous evening seeing these young boys engaging and speaking highly about how boxing makes them feel and to share their thoughts with a world class athlete.
27th September 2021
A message from Parent Partnership Service:
Please join the Parent Partnership team for an online Virtual Parent Network Group meeting for a chance to find out more about clubs and activities for children with ALN in our County. As always, there will be an opportunity to meet other parents with ideas to share.
Here are the dates and Workshops on offer for the Autumn Term. Please join us for these face-to-face workshops delivered by specialist advisory professionals from the Local Authority, plus an opportunity to meet other parents and the Parent Partnership team.
Booking is essential, you will not be able join the workshop unless you have booked a place. Parents who attend will also be entered into a prize draw for some books/resources for parents and children. The draw will take place at the end of the term.
27th September 2021
The Sixth Form is very proud to announce that Milly Davies, Year 12, has been selected for the Swansea City U19 Ladies Football Team. Llongyfarchiadau Milly!
1st January 1970
10th September 2021
Please see details of a fantastic free opportunity for Year 7 Pupils - Weekend Jam, taking place on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd October from 10am - 2pm.
Booking is essential - please book a place for your Y7 child via email@example.com
Prior musical experience is not required, but all abilities are very welcome.
9th September 2021
Please continue to involve your child with the LFT programme on a Sunday and Wednesday.
If the LFT test is negative and your child shows no Covid symptoms please continue to send to school.
If the LFT test is negative but your child is showing Covid symptoms please do not send your child to school, book a PCR test, await the result and follow the advice from Track, Trace and Protect. Do not send your child to school until you have had a confirmed negative PCR result and TTP have advised accordingly.
If the LFT test is positive please do not send your child to school, book a PCR test, await the result and follow the advice from Track, Trace and Protect. Do not send your child to school until you have had a confirmed negative PCR result and TTP have advised accordingly.
Do not send your child to school if you are awaiting a PCR test result.
If you have not given consent for your child to be part of the LFT programme, only send your child to school if no Covid symptoms are shown.
Please inform school of any positive LFT or PCR result - during the school day via Reception 01646 682461 (0800 to 1600 hrs) or outside these hours to firstname.lastname@example.org
8th September 2021
3rd September 2021 for the new Year 7
& 10th September 2021 for all years
2nd September 2021
3rd Pembroke Sea Scouts have spaces for all ages:
1st September 2021
Pembrokeshire County Council
Pembrokeshire Family Information Service September 21 Newsletter:
Our newsletters will provide information, advice and support to families in Pembrokeshire, along with information about what's on in the County, help with childcare, funding and lots more.
1st September 2021
Please note that the school is working with Funding Solutions for Education (FSE) to produce a school folder which will include local and wider advertising. If you have a business which you would like to be included within this project please contact FSE on 01933 303520/303547 and ask for Tammie Ridler. This is a free offer and will hopefully add to school funds. The attached flyer provides further details.
26th August 2021
Dear Parents, Carers and pupils,
Please accept our very best wishes for a healthy and restful summer break.
Please find attached the pilot edition of the new school digital newspaper, The Tudor Times, next edition in September. Important reminders and news about some exciting opportunities to come are included.
Take care and stay safe and well.
16th July 2021
The way children who receive additional support for their learning in Wales is changing. New legislation including the Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (ALNET) Act 2018, and the ALN Code will be implemented over a 3 year period, from September 2021.
Download and print document above here:
14th July 2021
Please ensure you do not park in the school Drop Off Zone. It is there for a clear purpose and cars inappropriately parked add to the traffic congestion at the end of the school day.
28th June 2021
Due to ongoing Covid restrictions pupils and students are reminded to bring to school their own full water bottle for their own personal use. Bottles can be refilled during break times from the Refectory by the catering staff; bottles will need to be presented to the catering staff who will refill them.
15th June 2021
10th June 2021
Enjoy a break from the screen...
You can now Click and Collect Ysgol Harri Tudur Library books of your choice!
Whether it's books to help with your schoolwork, or something to read to escape from it all or explore your own interests...
Just browse Accessit, the Library Web App, and reserve the book(s) you want... (remember to log in first!)
We'll email you when the books are ready to collect from Reception. (Please don't turn up unless you've had an email!)
Remember to observe the COVID-19 safety guidelines when collecting your books - face covering, hand-washing, social distancing.
Reserved books not collected within the fortnight will be returned to the Library.
(You will also be able to return books to a box in Reception when you collect your books. There is no need to return books unless you are collecting new ones - all books can be returned to the Library once you are back in school.)
All books will be handled safely according to the required COVID-19 guidelines.
[This is the last click and collect before Half Term, so please make sure you get your half term reading requests in this time! The next deadline will be Wednesday 24 February, with collection from Friday 25 February.]
Stuck for ideas? - you can fill in this quick form (make sure you are logged into your YHT Google account first) and have a book specially selected for you!
There are lots of ideas and links on the Accessit dashboard too; or take a look at the Quick Lists! More are being added all the time.
If you have any questions or need any suggestions, just get in touch with Mrs Smith!
1st February 2021