We’re very excited to introduce the acting headteacher of our newest Welsh medium primary school, which will open in September and provide education for 3 to 11 year olds. The school, Ysgol Llan-y-pwll, is located in the Borras area of the town centre.
Rhiannon James, was born in Wrexham and still lives in the area with her husband and three children and is eager to start her new role. She said, “I am very excited about being appointed the first headteacher of Ysgol Llan-y-pwll. The school will open its doors to nursery and reception pupils this September as part of the Welsh Government’s strategy to have a million Welsh speakers by 2050.
“I can’t wait to welcome our first pupils, and to guide and support them on their exhilarating journey of learning through the variety of dynamic experiences the school will provide. It will be an incredible opportunity and I look forward to establishing a happy and welcoming school with a thriving community ethos. As I will be the first headteacher of the school, I will be able to set out a clear vision of what I hope to achieve.
“I feel privileged to have the opportunity to lead and develop the type of school which I think every child should have access to; one where every child is important, nurtured and successful.”
There will be many decisions to make and numerous things to put in place before officially opening Ysgol Llan-y-pwll in September.
Cllr Phil Wynn, Lead Member for People – Education said, “We are excited about the opening of the new Welsh medium primary school. Parents should consider sending their children to Llan-y-pwll as it will be a happy, welcoming, and caring environment where everyone succeeds. The appointment of Rhiannon as acting Headteacher puts the school in very capable hands and I am positive it will thrive with her vision to develop a happy nurturing environment in which the pupils can thrive.”
Karen Evans, Chief Officer for Education at Wrexham Council, said: “This is the start of a very exciting journey for Ysgol Llan-y-pwll, and the establishment of a new primary school in Wrexham will support our work to provide high levels of education for all children in the county borough.”
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