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to have a look through our library.
Here at Hay School, the children’s Health and Well being is our priority. Sharing books and stories can help children recognise and understand their feelings, know that they are not alone, and begin to understand changes and difficulties in their lives. It can be a safe way of exploring and having conversations about the tricky things in our lives. We have created a ‘Virtual Library’ of books to support our children. Just like in a real library, there are different sections, such as Kindness and Empathy, Different Kinds of Families, Feelings and Emotions.
Feel free to browse around and choose any book to read or listen to, all you have to do is click on the book cover and it will direct you to the website where you can listen and watch the story being read – often by the author. If you know of any books you would like adding to our library, please let Mrs Gregory know. Enjoy!
Please click on the links below to read information and support on eating well from Welsh Government.
Healthy lunchboxes leaflet (WG)
WLGA Leaflet for Schools_Eng_ver4
Click below to read the latest school inspection report for March 2020
Hay-On-Wye C.P. School
Click below to read the letter from our Chair of Governors.
Governors letter to parents-estyn
Click below to read the Governors Annual Report to Parents
Governors’ Annual Report 2019
Click the link below to read our 2019 PDG spending plan
Spending Plan 2019
Spending Plan 2020
Hwb is a pioneering digital learning platform for all 3-19 education institutes in Wales.
At Hay on Wye Primary School we use Hwb within the school. This is a Welsh Government initiative with the aim that all learners and teachers can ‘access online resources anywhere, at any time, from any device’.
The Hwb site – hwb.wales.gov.uk – provides digital teaching and learning resources for both children and staff.
Through Hwb, the children will have access to Office 365 which lets the children use Word, Excel, Powerpoint and OneNote even if you do not have these on your computer at home.
Please remind your child to keep their username and password safe and never to share their password with anyone else.