On behalf of the new Sixth Form Leadership Team we would like to welcome you to Pembroke School, one of the top schools in the county. Pembroke School is quite big with almost 1350 students, this can seem daunting at first but everyone here is really supportive of each other and will be happy to help you out.

We are very proud to be part of Pembroke School as it a school that works hard to ensure that all students feel safe and are given the opportunity to succeed. Here at Pembroke School you able to take part in many activities from the school Eisteddfod, House Plays and musicals through to the numerous extra-curricular clubs and sport teams.

Many of students have represented Wales in a wide variety of sporting activities including Octopush, Rugby, Football and Badminton

In the Sixth Form we have a leadership team lead by the Head Boy, Head Girl and their deputies who oversee three committees: Social, Events and Charity. Over the academic year we organise fancy dress fun days to raise money for charity and run other events such as the House Plays Festival. Besides these fun days, the Sixth Form can help you with your work. We have support schemes such as English, ICT, Maths and Science mentoring to ensure you reach your full potential. We're always around and ready to help, so just ask!

Lewys Wilkes & Belle Tindall 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Governor Quality Mark




The Pembroke School Governing Body has become the first governing body of a Pembrokeshire school to be awarded the Governors Wales Quality Mark Bronze Award.  Endorsed by the Welsh Government, the award is recognition of good practice and procedures in the support the Governing Body provides to the management of the school.

 

To complete the award the governors had to submit an extensive folio of evidence of the way they work and successfully meet a minimum of 43 criteria from a total of nearly 50 measures of their effectiveness.  In September 2012 Governors agreed to start preparing the portfolio and identify areas where they needed to improve or change to reflect current best practice.

 

Last year’s Chair of Governors, Stuart Walder commented:

 

“This was an exceptionally useful exercise for us; it showed that although we met best practice for many criteria there were a number of areas where we could improve our support for the school.  Although we were only half-way through the award process in December last year Estyn inspectors recognised the robust challenge provided by the governing body as being a factor in good prospects for future improvement by the school.  Since then and having completed the Bronze Award I am confident the governors are even better placed to support the ongoing development of the school and particularly the implementation of the Pembroke Learning Campus proposed by Pembrokeshire County Council.”

 

Pembrokeshire County Council Cabinet Member for Education, Cllr. Ken Rowlands said:

"The role of governors is crucial for schools; by achieving this award Pembroke School's governors have shown their commitment and dedication to their role.  If governing bodies have the right procedures and processes in place then their contriubution and influence can make a real difference to the leadership and managment of schools - and raising standards.

 

Tuesday, April 08, 2014
As a result of some recent incidents, the Headteacher is making the school's stance on a few drug related issues clear. Follow the link for more information

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