Welcome to Church Schools Cymru!

Every Diocese is committed to ensuring that each of its schools should be a special place, a safe place, a place of learning, a place of nurture and of exploration. A school must demonstrate openness and acceptance, tolerance and forgiveness. Here, values and attitudes are formed and every individual is celebrated as unique.

A Church School is all of these things, but also develops a distinctive Christian character through its religious education, collective worship and ethos, that makes God's love and presence known to the world.

Verse of the Day

For if we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die, we die to the Lord. So then, whether we live or whether we die, we are the Lord's. Romans 14:8

Prayer of the Day

We remember and bring before you, O Lord all the people who learn, work and worship at Ysgol Gynradd Gymorthedig Llanwenog.

CSC News

[13/07/16 12:30] - Growth Mindsets and Great Learning
[20/04/16 12:29] - Pray for Schools Resources
[20/04/16 11:42] - CRAMP forms

CSC Twitter Feed

[24/11/12 19:48] - Website now supports Twitter API v1.1, improving its integration.
[15/09/12 21:30] - Check out our new website. It offers a much simpler interface than before, making it easier to find what you need. http://t.co/yHghxcfA.

Other Church News

[21/10/16 15:25] - Church leaders: South Africa facing constitutional crisis
[21/10/16 11:49] - Wales remembers 116 children "buried alive by the National Coal Board"
[21/10/16 09:53] - Anglican Award of Merit presented to ACC's ACC member
[20/10/16 17:49] - Aleppo hospital bombing constitutes war crime, says Church in Wales
[20/10/16 17:12] - Episcopal agency working in Haiti and south east US following Hurricane Matthew
[20/10/16 16:39] - Mission to Seafarers link with German counterparts for north east England mission
[20/10/16 15:47] - End the slaughter in Aleppo, urge church leaders
[19/10/16 17:46] - Former Bishop of St Davids dies
[19/10/16 15:32] - Britain's Royal Mint turns to bishop for Christmas coin design
[19/10/16 11:25] - Archbishop Welby welcomes Patriarch Kirill to Lambeth Palace


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