A Welcome from the Headteacher


A Welcome from the Headteacher As a comprehensive school we are concerned with the
education of each one of our students and strive constantly
to provide wide ranging opportunities in order to meet the
needs of each and every individual. Our aim is to create
the best possible environment for learning.

Through our pastoral system, the broad varied and balanced
curriculum and the many extra curricular opportunities offered
at Castell Alun, we try to help every one of our students achieve
their very best, both intellectually and socially. In return, we expect
all of our students to show concern towards fellow students, members
of staff, their school and the wider community.

At Castell Alun we have always emphasised the importance of
school and parents working together in partnership. We believe
that commitment to this partnership is essential if each young person
is to achieve their full potential. To assist with your choice of secondary
school, we offer an invitation for parents to view the school either on
the annual year 6 induction day or at any time by prior appointment.

If you have any queries or require additional information then
please do not hesitate to contact the school. I hope you find
the information that you need from our web site. However,
the web site is still undergoing development and we
would welcome any suggestions for its improvement.

- Mrs Paula Williams
(Headteacher)
As a comprehensive school we are concerned with the
education of each one of our students and strive constantly
to provide wide ranging opportunities in order to meet the
needs of each and every individual. Our aim is to create
the best possible environment for learning.

Through our pastoral system, the broad varied and balanced
curriculum and the many extra curricular opportunities offered
at Castell Alun, we try to help every one of our students achieve
their very best, both intellectually and socially. In return, we expect
all of our students to show concern towards fellow students, members
of staff, their school and the wider community.

At Castell Alun we have always emphasised the importance of
school and parents working together in partnership. We believe
that commitment to this partnership is essential if each young person
is to achieve their full potential. To assist with your choice of secondary
school, we offer an invitation for parents to view the school either on
the annual year 6 induction day or at any time by prior appointment.

If you have any queries or require additional information then
please do not hesitate to contact the school. I hope you find
the information that you need from our web site. However,
the web site is still undergoing development and we
would welcome any suggestions for its improvement.

- Mrs Paula Williams
(Acting Headteacher)
As a comprehensive school we are concerned with the
education of each one of our students and strive constantly
to provide wide ranging opportunities in order to meet the
needs of each and every individual. Our aim is to create
the best possible environment for learning.

Through our pastoral system, the broad varied and balanced
curriculum and the many extra curricular opportunities offered
at Castell Alun, we try to help every one of our students achieve
their very best, both intellectually and socially. In return, we expect
all of our students to show concern towards fellow students, members
of staff, their school and the wider community.

At Castell Alun we have always emphasised the importance of
school and parents working together in partnership. We believe
that commitment to this partnership is essential if each young person
is to achieve their full potential. To assist with your choice of secondary
school, we offer an invitation for parents to view the school either on
the annual year 6 induction day or at any time by prior appointment.

If you have any queries or require additional information then
please do not hesitate to contact the school. I hope you find
the information that you need from our web site. However,
the web site is still undergoing development and we
would welcome any suggestions for its improvement.

- Mrs Paula Williams
(Headteacher)