World Book Day – 3rd March 2022

A reminder that tomorrow we will be celebrating World Book Day! Children may dress up as any book character to celebrate this day if they wish. As it is also Welsh Week this week, children may come to school in Welsh Dress, colours of the Welsh flag or their uniform if they would prefer.   We … Read more

Updated Guidance

Dear parents / carers, With the latest guidance from the Welsh Government on moving back to a Local Infection Control Decision Framework from 28th February, in a cautious, planned and phased approach to easing restrictions, there are a number of changes in place at school. As you were made aware before half term, we have … Read more

Criw Cymraeg Assembly

Here’s a short assembly, which has been put together by our awesome Criw Cymraeg, all about why we celebrate Welsh Week. Diolch, Criw! Gwaith da! Please share with your children to introduce them to St David, the Patron Saint of Wales. There is also a link at the end to our Welsh Week video from … Read more

School closure tomorrow due to bad weather..

We have just been advised that a regional Gold meeting took place this afternoon.  The meeting resulted in a strong recommendation to close all educational establishments tomorrow as damaging winds are expected from lunchtime onwards.  As a result of this we have now been advised to close the school tomorrow Friday,18th February to all pupils … Read more

Ysgol Maes y Llan Health and Safety School Traffic Review

Our school has recently undergone a Traffic Review to help ensure all children, parents, staff and visitors are kept as safe possible outside our school. One concerning observation was made during the inspection, and we have been asked to remind you of it. ‘ At NO TIME, should any cars/vehicles stop within the yellow zigzag … Read more

Online Game Safeguarding Alert

Dear Parents/ Carers, It has been brought to our attention from the local authority that a sinister character going by the name of ‘Huggy Wuggy’ from the game ‘Poppy Playtime’ is being viewed by some children online. The character can be easily viewed on YouTube channels and is a rather sinister looking bear with razor … Read more


Positive case at school.  This applies to children and adults. You must isolate for 7 full days after the day on which you test positive (which is ‘Day Zero’). The child or adult can return to school on day 8 if they have no symptoms. AND report 2 negative LFDs, taken 24 hours apart on … Read more