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End Date for Crymych Welsh-medium School Consultation

An end date has been announced for the statutory consultation on the proposal to amalgamate Ysgol y Frenni and Ysgol y Preseli to form a three to 19-years Welsh-medium school in Crymych.

This consultation started on 3rd March 2020 and was originally due to end on 15th April 2020, however it was extended indefinitely by Pembrokeshire County Council until such time as there was clarity regarding schools being re-opened following the Coronavirus National Lockdown.

Now that it has been announced that schools are due to return on 29th June 2020, Pembrokeshire County Council has now announced an end date to the consultation period which will be the 24th July.


Take Part in the Crymych Welsh-medium School Consultation

Pembrokeshire County Council has a statutory duty to secure sufficient and suitable school places in its area and to make sure it is making the best use of their resources and facilities to deliver the opportunities that children deserve.

At a meeting on 10th October 2019, Pembrokeshire County Council considered a report that outlined the findings of a review and preliminary engagement undertaken on Ysgol y Preseli secondary school and its feeder primary schools.

The report looked into a wide variety of matters and concluded with a recommendation that a new school should be developed that caters for children aged 3 to 19 years old instead of having separate primary provision.

The decision of Council was: That the Director for Children and Schools be authorised to undertake statutory consultation on the proposal to discontinue Ysgol y Preseli and Ysgol y Frenni, and to establish a new 3 – 19 Welsh-medium school using both current school sites.

This has now happened, and Parents and all other stakeholders can now have their say on this idea by completing and submitting a consultation document.

You can do this by either:

  • Completing a short online form
  • Printing out a hard copy and posting it or emailing it to the Chief Education Officer.

You can find this form and more information about this on the Pembrokeshire County Council Website




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