Popular character Magi Ann, from Menter Iaith Flint and Wrexham, Dewin y Mudiad Meithrin and Mr Urdd will be at Tŷ Pawb on Saturday to talk to parents who are considering a Welsh Medium education for their 3 and 4 year olds.
Keeping them company will be the new Acting Headteacher at Ysgol Llan-y-Pwll, Rhiannon James.
Ysgol Llan-y-Pwll in Borras opens its doors to nursery and reception classes in September and Rhiannon is keen to encourage parents to look at all the options available including Welsh medium education.
Rhiannon said, “Being bilingual in Wales now has so many advantages and the school will open to provide Welsh Medium primary education in the Borras and surrounding area.
“I’m looking forward to speaking to prospective parents – in English and Welsh to encourage them to consider applying for admission to the school in September.
If you want to find out more about how a Welsh medium education could benefit your child they’ll all be at Tŷ Pawb between 12 noon and 2pm.
Ysgol Llan-y-Pwll will open to expand the provision of Welsh Medium education in the county borough and will support the Welsh Government’s plans to have 1 million Welsh speakers by 2050.
It will open on the site of the current Borras Park Infant building which will be refurbished and is funded by Wrexham Council and Welsh Government under the 21st Century Schools and Colleges Programme.
The Programme aims to transform the learning experience of learners, ensuring they are taught in classrooms with the technologies and facilities needed to deliver a 21st Century curriculum.
When fully open the school will be home to 210 pupils and also have 30 nursery places.FIND LOCAL CARE JOBS