Since the school is an official bilingual school it is expected that both parents and pupils are enthusiastic about education through the medium of Welsh.
It is expected that pupils show respect and pride in the Welsh language by using it constantly inside and outside the classroom. We strive to engender pride in the pupils for the language, culture, history and heritage of Wales.

We do our best to instil in the pupils respect for people and property so that we live in a civilised and tolerant society. We also try to nurture personal virtues in the pupils, virtues such as courtesy, honesty, perseverance and conscientiousness amongst others.

The importance of providing equal opportunities for every child regardless of his/her ability, sex, age or linguistic background is emphasised.
High standards of discipline are maintained in the school which are reflected in the appearance and behaviour of the pupils. We believe that the most effective way of maintaining disciplineis by fostering self discipline and a responsible attitude among the pupils.

There is a family atmosphere in the school with close co-operation between the staff, (teachers, administrative staff, kitchen staff) pupils and parents. An excellent Parents Association exists and there is very good support for any event held at the school. The school is a community school. The community uses the facilities of the school extensively in the evenings and in a reciprocal manner the school uses the community as a resource to enrich the education of the children.

The aim of the school is to ensure that every pupil achieves his/her true potential - academically, socially, and in personal development - in a bilingual community.

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