Welcome to the Primary Gallery
Messy Play in F1
L2 Diwali Time
Messy Play in F1
L2 Diwali Time
Senior Management Team
|Pippa Sillitoe||Gill Sandilands||Angela Davies||Neil Jones|
|Head Teacher||Deputy Head||Assistant Headteacher||Business Manager|
|Kim Whitehead Vicki Owen Assesssment Coordinator HLTA|
|Bethan Trigg||Claudi Halsey||Claudine Rose||Eve Newby|
|Geraint Crosby||Lauris Palshis||Natalie Davies||Tom Deakin|
|Sally Price||Mel Phillips||Ellen Jones||Lisa Stephens|
|Helen Dillon||Vicki Owen||Nicky Cooke|
|Caron Owen||Christine Gardner||Dan Patch|
|Natalie Callander-Jones||Jayne Hill||Vivienne Davies||Peter Ward||Rachael Jones|
|Sam Williams||Sarah Parry-Roberts||Sharron Evans||Tanya Evans||Teri Robinson|
|Terina Humphreys||Tracy Savage||Tracy Bradford||Ursula Tomley||Vikki Bentley|
|Vivien Groves||Wendi Andrews-Bean||Wendy Barclay||Alan Bridge||Andrea Pugh|
|Anthony Davies||Carly Hughes||Claire Rees||Debbie Davies||Diane Swanton|
|Donna Lewis||Gaynor Shipley||Hayley Jones||Helen Coleman||Helen Jackman|
|Jade Ellis||Jane Jones||Jen Owen||Jo Rogers||Jodie Breese|
|Julie Lloyd-Jones||Justine Gill||Karen Hamer||Kris Cornell||Lynda Williams|
|Michelle Brown||Dana Jordaan||Ross Wolverson||Rachel Jones||Lance Morris|
|Sharron Evans||Jeanette Davies||Alison Dowle||Suzie Williams||Sue Davies|
|Sue Tanner||Steve Dowle||Caron Owen||Rachel Butler|
Siwan Head, one of our parents, recently gave an interview to the BBC Wales Cymru Fyw website as part of Autism Awareness week.
Article (Welsh) click HERE
Article (English) See the Rainbow, Not the Rain Article
Video (Welsh) click HERE
Parents and pupils of Ysgol Cedewain! There is a Zumba dance session running between 16:00 and 17:00 on Monday 18/04 and 25/04. The session is being run by Lorraine Sharp. The cost of the session is £3.50 per session paid up front. Please wear suitable, flexible clothing and bring some water with you
We visited Techniquest Glyndwr on Friday 18th March – a very successful and interesting trip to explore science in action.
The pupils began by helping with the routine cleaning etc. but soon took over the running of the bingo sessions. This proved to be very successful and popular with the residents.
After a successful creative dance project H2 visited a kite feeding centre
Bwlch nant yr Arain
Where the class were able to see the kites being fed and enjoyed the day taking in the surroundings after a nature walk
The children saw the kites in their natural environment and habitat . This was linked to the curriculum planning, literacy and numeracy framework as well as the global citizenship.
A great day was had by all.
On 29th of April Montgomery Cricket Club will be holding a Golf day and are requesting ‘sponsor a hole’. The proceeds will be going to The ‘Friends of Cedewain’ charity. If you would like to sponsor a hole, the cricket club are accepting cheques made out to ‘Montgomery Cricket Club’ Cheques may be given in to school.
Many thanks for your support!
We have had some fantastic results from the Urdd Art & Craft in the Newtown area! Our pupils have put a lot of effort into their projects which has resulted in amazing achievement in the following areas:
2D Creative Work
1st, 2nd & 3rd – Jonathan H
3D Creative Work
1st – Jonathan H
2nd – Daniel H
3D Group Work
Wednesday 16 March at 6.00pm, why not pop along to Ysgol Cedewain and have a game of Chocolate Bingo! Lots of chocolate prizes to be won, all proceeds will go to ‘The Friends of Cedewain’ Hope to see you there!
Aaron and Chloe’s class had been studying the fauna of mid-Wales and were particularly interested in Red Kites. They all went on a trip down the Elan valley and visited feeding sites. They watched the kites, noticing how they moved. They researched the life of a kite. As they found out more and more about the kites they brought their knowledge to their creative dance sessions with Heidi Wilson and began to develop a dance that revealed their understanding and love of these amazing birds.
This is part of the class performance at Theatre Hafren on January 27th 2016. This was the culmination of an Arts Council Wales funded project in which 8 classes from Ysgol Cedewain were taught parts of the National Curriculum, Literacy and Numeracy through the medium of creative movement.
Class U3 presented the North Wales Lupus Group with £50, raised during a coffee morning held last year in aid of Lupus as a part of their ASDAN qualification.
Please click HERE to see the North Wales Lupus Group’s letter of thanks.
Science at Newtown High School
Senior Prom 2014
Athletics June 2014
S2 Techniquest May 2014
S1 Newtown Carnival 14/06/2014
S3 Aberystwyth 23/05/2014
S3 Attingham Park 15/05/2014
Hard Hat Competition
Through our work with Touch Trust we very much recognise the transformative power of creative movement and music for individuals with learning difficulties. This comes about through its importance in the delivery of our primary objective, the wellbeing of our pupils, out of which comes improved mental and physical health which improves learning outcomes.
The inspiration for our Arts Council Wales funded pilot dance project last year, and its extension this year and into the future, was a national ‘Get On With Science’ (GOWS) initiative with which we were involved. This investigated the science behind music and we engaged a dance practitioner for a 1 day workshop. This involved a crossover of dance and science curricula. ( See website link to GOWS – Fire in my heart) Our pupils, particularly those with the severest of disabilities, responded so well to this that it got us thinking about how we could incorporate creative dance into the delivery of other areas of the curriculum. Last year our pilot project delivered PSE, Literacy and Numeracy through creative movement / dance and was hugely successful on many levels. ( See power-point – Dance 2013-14) The rest of Wales is now following our lead with a Welsh Government backed National Plan for Creative Learning!
The main purpose of this year’s dance project is to delivery literacy, numeracy, PSE and humanities, and to enhance the self-esteem of our pupils. We hope that through the medium of creative movement our learners will develop improved communication skills, learn about other cultures (particularly how they express their identity through movement), and that participation in a public performance that they have created themselves will bring about a rise in self-esteem.
This project will be an integral part of the delivery of the curriculum to those pupils involved, teaching pupils in and through dance using creative movement to reinforce learning across the curriculum. As the project progresses we will post pictures of our dancers in action.
Below are a list of links to charities which benefit the students here at Ysgol Cedewain
Friends of Cedewain
Please follow this link to the friends of Cedewain “Just Giving” page to make a donation.
Staff and Students rafting down the river Severn to raise money for our school.