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For the attention of class 2/3 only




Mrs G M Powell

Executive  Headteacher





Kingcraft Street, Mountain Ash, Rhondda Cynon Taff CF45 3LT

Tel: 01443 473291





Dear Parent/Guardian



                                    ON LINE PAYMENT OF DINNER MONEY



In light of the Covid-19 situation all dinner money must now be paid using the online facility.


You can pay securely using the Councils website at .


Paying on-line offers the following benefits:


  • The option to register an account where you can store your child’s reference number to save time entering each time you pay
  • If you to choose to register an account you also have the option to securely save your debit or credit card details
  • As a registered user you can view your receipts online using payment history
  • ‘Shopping basket’ functionality allowing the option to add multiple items with one payment at ‘Checkout’
  • Payment pages will re-size to display on a mobile phone or tablet
  • It’s convenient , no need to look for change to give to your child
  • Reduces the risk associated with carrying cash to school such as loss, theft or bullying
    Please contact the school office, 01443 473291 if you have not received your child’s individual reference number which you will need to enter when you are making a payment.
    Thanks you for your continued support.
    Yours faithfully
    Mrs G Powell

        Executive Headteacher

How to come to school from 29th June onwards...

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Here is a video showing how to access school when you return.

Accessing the Hub provision

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Here is a video detailing how to access the Hub every day.

Returning to school - 29th June onwards...

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This is what the Foundation Phase building will look like.

Returning to School - 29th June onwards

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Here is a video of how the Junior building will look when you return to school.

The Children and Young People’s Wales Diabetes Network

Message from South Wales Police:


Parents of school-age children are being encouraged to be aware of what their children are doing online. During these unprecedented times, they are spending longer each day on the internet, so never has online safety been more important. Since schools closed, there has been an increase in the number of incidents involving indecent images being requested from, and sent to, children. Please - as a parent - make it your responsibility to ensure your child is as protected as they can be from this threat. Why not make internet safety the subject for a home schooling session before your children return to school? It could the most valuable lesson they’ve had - there are many helpful resources to help you and your child. - Learn about Sexting - Advice from Childline - General Kids Internet Safety advice from South Wales Police partner Get Safe Online


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