Ysgol Pant Pastynog
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Term Dates 2022-23
Opening and Closing times:
Breakfast Club: 8.00
Morning: 8:45 – 11:45
Afternoon: 12:45 – 3:00
However, it is expected that every child arrives in school between
8:30 and 8:45 in the morning.
We expect every pupil to wear school uniform. The school policy
is to make the uniform as reasonable and practical as possible.
Uniform can be ordered through the school, an order is done
once a year in May/June time but items can be purchased in
Workplace Worksafe, Ruthin at any time of the year.
School T shirt or plain white polo shirt
Tailored navy trousers or skirt
Black shoes please
In the summer, pupils can wear a blue and white dress and
anyone can wear navy shorts.
Please ensure all items have your child’s name clearly on
Click on the link here to order from the Workplace Worksafe
The children will be able to come to school wearing their physical
education kit on days where there are PE lessons. We expect
them to wear a white t-shirt and plain black shorts. If the lessons
are outside the children can wear black tracksuit trousers or
plain black leggings to keep warm. Trainers will be needed if the
PE lessons are outside.
Lunch is provided for any child who wishes it. We are able to
cater for children with allergies. Sandwiches can be brought to
school, but 'fizzy' drinks or sweets are not allowed in the packed
lunch as we encourage everyone to bring a healthy packed lunch.
The cost of lunch is £2.50 per day, £12.50 per week.
Click on the link to see Denbighshire County Council menu -
Healthy Eating Policy: Healthy Eating Policy: There is a lot of
evidence to support the view that a balanced diet has a direct
impact on health. In line with this, we try to promote the
importance of healthy eating. We encourage the children not to
bring snacks - crisps, biscuits, cake, chocolate to eat during
playtime. Instead, you could buy fruit at school - £1 for
Foundation Phase children and £1.25 for KS2 children, or bring
fruit from home. There is a cold water machine in the school and
we ask each child to bring a bottle to school daily.
Universal Primary Free School Meals (UPFSM)
All primary school children in Wales will get free school meals by
2024. This commitment is in response to the rising cost-of-living
pressures on families and our shared ambitions of tackling child
poverty and ensuring no child goes hungry in school. The Welsh
Government is committed to implementing the scheme as
quickly as possible.
Click on the link to see Denbighshire Council's rollout schedule -
Instrumental lessons are offered to Year 3-6 pupils during school
hours. Denbighshire Co-operative Music Company organizes the
lessons. To find out more details visit their website here.
We use the ‘Parent Pay’ system here at Ysgol Pant Pastynog to
facilitate the payment of school lunches or events such as school
trips. Below is a link to the Parent Pay website where you can
find out more about the system. Mrs Gwenan Roberts is
available at the office for a chat and to answer your questions if
you need more details or assistance.
Click on the link for more information.
Apply for a place at the School
Information about how to apply -
A very warm welcome awaits any potential new families who
wish to visit the school before making an official application for
coming here. We look forward to guiding you around the school
and showing you all that Ysgol Pant Pastynog has to offer your
Absence request form
Administer Medication form
Attendance Flow Chart