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Countdown to Christmas event 21st November

Free Family Digital Day at Pembroke Dock Library in half term week

I am pleased to inform you that the bid for third phase of the Safe Routes in Communities funding for Pembroke Dock has been successful.

Looking for something to do in the half term? How about having a go at Circus skills?

Universal Credit is coming, are you ready? For further information come along to this event.

PEMBROKE DOCK COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Proud to be a Community School, striving for success for all!

 

Community Links

As part of our on-going commitment to supporting life-long learning within the Pembroke Dock community, we are proud to be a vital part of both the Community First and Springboard projects that aim to help rejuvenate the opportunities for residents of the town.

 

We are extremely proud of our strong links with the local community. We are committed to lifelong learning and support all pupils, parents and staff in their personal development.

 

 

Diploma NVQ / Cache Training

Provision also exists for members of the community to work towards achieving  National Vocational Qualifications (Levels 1, 2 and 3) in Childcare and Development and Supporting Teaching and Learning in the classroom. These qualifications are granted by Pembrokeshire College. Induction and all training is delivered in school. Trainees are expected to work for two days per week in school and support is provided in the completion of each of the modules. An assessor from Pembrokeshire College visits trainees regularly to monitor their performance and assess their work. Mrs Amanda Edwards, Deputy Headteacher, is the link between school and Pembrokeshire College.

Additional opportunities for Diploma NVQ/ Cache qualifications, such as I.T. And Customer Care, are also available through the school.

 

Community Learning Classes

Communities First and Springboard deliver a wide range of classes for parents and other members of the local community on a daily basis. The classes change termly and parents are kept fully informed of the opportunities available to them. Example of Classes: English, Maths, Welsh, Ceramics, Hairdressing and Beauty, Face-Painting, Woodwork and Jewellery making. These classes are free and all are welcome.

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