Healthy School

pupilsYsgol Abererch has enrolled on the Gwynedd Healthy Schools scheme and is now working on phase 6 of the scheme. The scheme enables the school to make a positive contribution towards the health and well-being of the pupils, teachers and wider community by developing an environment that promotes health.

A Healthy School presents aspects of health and well-being through the following:
- the National Curriculum/Foundation Phase activities;
- the Hidden Curriculum and school ethos;
- developing on links that already exist between the home, community and other specialist

Personal Development and Relationships Information for parents - click here


Sustrans Healthy Journeys


(Welsh only available)

Mae rhaglen Teithiau Iach Sustrans yn fenter gyffrous ar gyfer ysgolion sy'n dymuno gweld mwy o'u disgyblion yn dewis taith egnïol ac iach i'r ysgol. Mae cynyddu nifer y plant sy'n cerdded, beicio neu sgwtera i'r ysgol yn rheolaidd yn cynnig nifer o fanteision - cliciwch yma am fwy o wybodaeth


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Clwb Beicio Dwyfor Cycling Club


Traffic-free coaching, mountain biking, road cycling and more! Coaching sessions every Thursday evenings 6:15-7:15 at Glasfryn Park, Y Ffôr. Age 7+ Beginner and experienced groups. Road bikes available for use. First session free then £3 a session.

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THINK WATER Think Water - Guidance on Water in Schools - click here


TAFLEN LLAU PEN Head Lice Fact Sheet - click here


Healthy Lunchboxes Easy ways to make lunchboxes healthier - click here


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Attendance Policy Ysgol Abererch - click here (Welsh only available)

Our target is 96%.

Attendance in 2014/15 was 96.6%

Which class is doing well? See below

Here are the figures up to 13/12/15:

Mrs Hughes' Class
Mrs Jones + Miss Williams' Class
Miss Ogilvy's Class
Whole School