On behalf of the Governors, Staff and Pupils of Mynachlog Nedd Junior School I would like to
extend a warm welcome to you and your children and hope that the years spent here will be
both happy and successful. The information in this prospectus is intended to help in introducing
you and your child to the school.
Each year we have many visitors to the school, and it is noticeable how many pass comment on
the high quality of the learning environment and relationships within the school. The school is
justifiably proud of its reputation for the development of the individual child, both in terms of
welfare and educational provision. We work on the premise that each and every child is entitled
to the highest quality educational experience that can be provided.
As a parent, there are a number of things you can do to help us;
Do reassure your child about school;
Talk to him/her about his/her teacher, the activities they are doing, the friends they are
making and above all the happy time they will have;
Do keep us informed of any significant details relating to your child’s education. Tell us
of any allergies, major health problems or personal circumstances which might be
significant. This information will be regarded as confidential and will help us to care all
the more effectively for your child;
Do not hesitate to come and see us at any time if there is any matter you wish to discuss,
or any anxiety you wish to share. Remember, however, that some things are better
discussed away from your children, at a time when the teacher is free to talk to you.
One thing you may be sure of, we will do our best to ensure that your child will never fail. The
staff are highly skilled at assessing each pupil’s individual level of development and then
supporting them, at their own pace, towards their full potential. We work hard to ensure that all
children feel good about themselves and acquire a high level of self-esteem.
We believe that if you feel successful, you will be successful.
We wish your child a happy introduction to the school and successful progress through his/her
time with us. We strongly believe that your involvement in this process is crucial and we will
provide frequent opportunities to keep you informed of the ways in which we are working with
your child. We are keen to have parental involvement at all levels and if you have any spare
time to come into school and work with us, you will be made very welcome.
In conclusion, I would say that our school motto encompasses what we believe to be the
necessary requirements of a successful partnership between home and school.
“Together We Strive, Together We Succeed”
“Ymdrechwn ‘da’n Gilydd, Gorchfygwn ‘da’n Gilydd”
Mrs C Davies
The school was opened in 1868 as a Church School to educate the children of the workers of
the area. In the late 1890’s a second building was added at the rear of the original buildings to
house the boys, segregated from the girls and to accommodate extra pupils who were to be
educated to the age of 14 instead of 12.
The building was later taken over by the Education Authority who leased the land from the
Church. At this time it was known as Skewen Lower Boys’ School and Skewen Lower Girls’
School. It is very well catalogued that a high wall in what is now the middle yard separated the
boys’ building and the girls’ building. There was conflict between the staff of the two schools.
The wall was taken down in the late 1960’s on the amalgamation of the two schools into a
In the late 1970’s, due to a decrease in population in Skewen and an increase in pupils of the
Gnoll Welsh School, the Welsh School, was transferred to the front building, the existing Junior
School occupying the back building. The two schools were uneasy bedfellows. On the
mushrooming of the Welsh School’s numbers, they transferred to the old Gnoll Secondary
School, so the two buildings reverted to ‘Mynachlog Nedd Junior School’ as it had been officially
renamed in 1962.
In 1984, the Special Needs Unit was transferred from Coedffranc Juniors ‘temporarily’ whilst its
buildings were repaired. They were so settled and happy, they never returned. This unit
consisted of a Special Needs Class and a Visually Impaired Unit. Later the class was
disbanded and the pupils incorporated into the mainstream. An additional Visually Impaired
Unit was acquired. The liaison and atmosphere between the units and the mainstream pupils
was excellent with as much integration as there could be taking place.
In 1990, the units were transferred to the new Gnoll Junior School, so Mynachlog Nedd reverted
to its position of being a local school again.
SCHOOL’S AIMS AND VALUES
At Mynachlog Nedd we have endeavoured to develop and maintain a positive and
pleasing ethos within the school, one which is conducive to producing a stimulating and
stable environment for our pupils. In order to achieve this, we promote the involvement
of all staff, Governors and parents in the continuous development of the school.
To help us project this ethos we have developed the following general aims:
To provide a challenging, broad, balanced curriculum, which services the needs of every
child within the school.
To nurture the feelings of responsibility and self-discipline within a secure, stimulating
environment, in which every child can develop without fear or failure.
To recognise and develop the differing capabilities of each child, intellectually, socially
and aesthetically, regardless of gender or race and to value each child for the
contribution he/she makes to the school.
To develop the school as a caring community, recognising that good relationships are
based on tolerance and sensitivity.
To develop successful partnerships between home, school and the wider community.
The achievement of these aims will allow your child to become:
Literate and numerate
An effective speaker and listener
An active, independent and autonomous learner
Creative, observant and questioning
A caring and responsible member of the school community
Physically active and able to develop a healthy lifestyle
Enable them to develop the skills needed in preparation for future life in an increasingly
2 PARENTS AND SCHOOL:
We feel strongly that the responsibility for the education and general development of the
children should be shared by both school and home. With an understanding of each
other’s role, and co-operation between parents and teachers, the children have a
tremendous advantage. A close link between home and school – a partnership is
At the start of your child’s education at our school, you will be asked to sign a
home/school agreement. The Headteacher and Class Teacher will also sign this. The
agreement outlines all the issues, which need to be understood by all, in order that a
clear partnership may exist.
We try in various ways to keep you informed of your child’s progress. Teachers
frequently make time for consultation with parents. School reports are issued yearly and
there are two parents' evenings per year.
We like to have parent (and grandparent, uncle and auntie!) helpers for art, craft, library
assistance and listening to reading, amongst other ancillary tasks. If there is any way in
which you feel that you are able to help please see either the Headteacher or your
When children see their parents taking an interest in their schooling, there is a benefit to
their attitude, effort and attainment. The importance of parental interest cannot be
overstressed. It does pay dividends.
The development of a close relationship between school and home demands more than
close interest. It also needs the right mixture of space and trust. An appreciating of, and
confidence in, each others role, makes school a purposeful and happy place where
children feel at ease, can work to reach their potential, and can gain maximum benefit
from their schooling.
Parents are represented on the Governing Body. Regular School Newsletters are issued
containing information about classroom activities and events taking place.
3 PTA (FRIENDS OF MYNACHLOG NEDD):
There is a small but active Friends of Mynachlog Nedd group which organises a regular
programme of fund raising activities and the school is not only extremely grateful for the
financial contribution the members make, but also grateful for its contribution to the
community life of the school. New members are always welcome and both the existing
members and myself would like to see the Friends grow in number and help in what is a
very satisfying contribution to school life.
4 SCHOOL ORGANISATION:
There will be six mainstream classes for the academic year 2008/2009:
Class 3D (year 3) Mrs S Davies
Class 3/4HW (years 3 & 4) Mrs K Hayes/Mrs S Williams
Class 4J (year 4) Mrs S G Jenkins
Class 5M (year 5) Mr P Morgan
Class 5/6CR (years 5 & 6) Miss S Cox/Mrs V Ryan
Class 6R (year 6) Mr J Richards
PPA Teacher (HLTA) Miss E Jones
MYNACHLOG NEDD JUNIOR SCHOOL STAFF:
Teaching Staff Area(s) of Responsibility
Mrs C Davies Child Protection, Display, Community & School
Mrs S G Jenkins Core Subject Leader, Science, Assessment,
NQT Mentor, Student Mentor
Mr J Richards Foundation Subject Leader, Design Technology
Miss S Cox PSE, More Able and Talented
Mrs K Hayes Music, Welsh
Mrs S Williams English, History
Mr P Morgan Maths, ICT, International Links
Mrs V Ryan Religious Education, Geography
Mrs S Davies Art, ALN,
Mrs G Richards Athrawes Bro
Mrs K Rogers Peripatetic Music
Non Teaching Staff
Mrs A Fryer School Clerk
Mrs A Callard Clerical Assistant
Miss E Jones Classroom Support (HLTA)
Mrs G Nedin Classroom Support
Mrs K Williams Classroom Support
Mrs A Hopkins Cook
Ms Mallon, Mrs C Rees, Supervisor / Dining Room Assistants
Mr A Davies Caretaker
Mrs C Rowlands, Mrs K Felton Cleaning Staff
4.1 SCHOOL GOVERNORS:
Co-opted Governor Mr W Nedin Chair
Mr P Whitehead
Mr C Raymond
Cllr H Thomas
L E A Governor Father M Williams
Mrs A E Thomas Vice Chair
Cllr M Peters
Parent Governor Mr S Williams
Mrs S Thomas
Mr S Lloyd Jones
Mr R Workman
Teacher Governor Miss S Cox
Staff Governor Miss E Jones
5 ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS:
Mynachlog Nedd is a county, co-educational Junior School and generally, pupils
reaching the age of seven years by 31 August will transfer from Neath Abbey Infants to
the Junior School at the start of the next academic year.
Parents, who are considering sending their children to the school in the forthcoming
September, are invited to attend a meeting at the school in the Summer Term, when
information about the school will be available. There will also be an opportunity to meet
the Chair of Governors, Friends of Mynachlog Nedd Association and our Educational
Welfare Officer at this meeting and we will endeavour to answer any questions parents
might have. Parents may order items of school uniform etc at this time, details of which
may be found on page 12.
Various liaison activities are organised throughout the school year to ensure the smooth
transition between Infant and Junior Schools.
The procedures for admission are as follows:
Pupils living within the school’s catchment area can only be guaranteed a
place on return of an acceptance form. Where room exists, requests for
admission from outside the area will be granted.
PLEASE NOTE THAT PLACES ARE ONLY GUARANTEED TO THOSE
PARENTS WHO CONFIRM IN WRITING THEIR ACCEPTANCE OF A PLACE.
The law requires that places are allocated to children whose parents have formally
expressed a preference for a school ahead of those who have not expressed such a
preference. No longer can it be assumed that an offer of a place has been accepted if no
formal preference has been expressed. Therefore, it is essential that written formal
acceptance is received by the school otherwise this place could to a pupil living outside
the catchment area. The rules governing preferred placements are to be found in
‘Information for Parents’ produced by NPTCBC and are also available at the school.
6 CURRICULUM CONTENT AND ORGANISATION:
The school has six classes containing four-year pupils. As a result, some classes have
mixed age groups. Within each class the pupils are then organised into ability groups for
some subject areas and mixed ability groups for other areas of the curriculum.
6.1 TEACHING POLICIES AND PLANNING:
The school has a separate policy for each area of the curriculum. These
documents have been agreed upon by Governors and staff and relate to how
each area will be delivered. All policies and schemes of work are available for
parents to read and are located in the main office. Schemes of work relate to
what is going to be taught in each particular age group.
The staff liaise to produce long and medium term plans to ensure that all subjects
are adequately represented both in terms of content and time during the course of
the school year and across the Key Stage. Short term planning shows what is
going to be taught in one and two week periods. Within the medium term plans,
certain areas are given much more time than others, but this balance is redressed
in the following half terms. Where it is not possible to integrate a particular subject
then these areas are taught in discrete lessons.
6.2 SEX EDUCATION:
Sex Education does not appear on the timetable, though children are acquainted
with reproduction via studies of plants etc.
A trained health visitor will speak to pupils in Years 5 and 6 on various elements of
‘growing up’ i.e. physical changes in our body.
It should be noted that parents have the right to withdraw their children from all or
part of the sex education offered, except that which forms part of the National
6.3 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AND COLLECTIVE WORSHIP:
There is a daily act of collective worship, which is broadly Christian in nature.
Regular visits from local clergy are incorporated into Thursday morning
assemblies. Each class is taught Religious Education according to the policy of
the school. Visitors of other faiths are also invited into school to contribute to the
Religious Education curriculum.
Any parents who wish to withdraw their children from collective worship and/or
Religious Education for religious reasons should inform the Headteacher by letter.
6.4 USE OF THE WELSH LANGUAGE:
Welsh appears on the curriculum as a foundation subject in the National
Curriculum. All classes are taught the language using a variety of approaches
and resources. Once fortnightly, the peripatetic Welsh teacher supports the
Bilingualism is promoted in line with Welsh Assembly Guidelines.
6.5 THE SCHOOL’S SPORTING AIMS AND PROVISION FOR SPORTS:
We believe that Physical Education should be an enjoyable experience for every
child. It is our role to ensure that everyone has a chance to succeed and that by
doing so, positive attitudes are fostered towards sport, physical activity and a
To achieve this, we have comprehensive aims and objectives, which are listed in
the school’s policy for Physical Education and are available for you to see on
The timetable for Physical Education covers all areas and is further enhanced by
visits to the swimming pool and Neath Sports Centre.
Games of Rugby, Football, Netball, Hockey, Cricket and Rounders are played
against other schools. We also enter Athletics, Short Tennis Competition and
Cross Country Championships.
After school clubs for Netball, Hockey, Athletics, Football, Rugby, Short Tennis
and Rounders are held at school at various times throughout the year.
6.6 SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS:
Children who have special educational needs are catered for in the teachers’
plans. Children have access to the National Curriculum at a level suitable to their
ability. In certain classes, a Classroom Support Assistant will also provide
When it can be demonstrated that a child’s needs cannot be met, a statutory
assessment is made. For the purpose of making such an assessment the
Authority shall seek written:
Child Health Advice
Social Services Advice
Any other advice which the Authority considers desirable.
It is to be emphasised that parents are closely involved at all stages of an
We believe that the work of the school is greatly enhanced when parents share in
their children’s learning. Homework is given on a regular basis and it is hoped
that you will work alongside your child where necessary.
At the start of the year, your child will be given a home/school planner. The
planner is used as a reading record, homework record and also includes records
of achievement. It is extremely important that you look at your child’s
home/school planner every day to ensure good communication between yourself
and the class teacher.
The home-lending library is utilised and parents are expected to take an interest
by making written comments.
6.8 EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:
The school is supportive of many activities and courses organised by the Authority
and also those run voluntarily. Activities may overlap curricular times and during
these times tuition is given. At present we have clubs which meet during and after
school, these being Craft, Tennis, Hockey, Athletics, Rugby, Football, Netball, Eco
and Computer clubs. All children are encouraged to join these extra activities.
7 PASTORAL CARE:
The school aims to create a friendly, caring and safe atmosphere. Every teacher on the
staff accepts this aim with overriding responsibility being that of the Headteacher.
Security is a high priority at out school. Our school policy highlights the procedures in
place, which ensure the highest levels of security for pupils and staff.
The safety of our pupils both within the school and as they travel to and from school is of
paramount importance to us. In order to address problems a joint travel plan has been
drawn up with Neath Abbey Infants School. The School Travel Plan was developed in an
attempt to improve safety, increase travel awareness, and reduce use of vehicles in
favour of walking safely to school.
Minor accidents are dealt with in school, but parents/guardians are notified of accidents
of a more severe nature needing medical attention. It is most important that you keep
the school informed of changes in address, mobile numbers, contact numbers etc.
No medication will be administered during the school day. However, in cases
where a pupil requires medication for a life threatening condition then appropriate
training and arrangements will be made.
Supervisory assistants look after the pupils during the lunch break. School meals are
available in the school hall, providing a balanced diet. Accommodation is also provided
for those children who bring a packed lunch. Healthy eating is encouraged and fruit can
be brought from home or purchased in the fruit tuck shop, for morning break. Our school
is part of the Healthy Schools Initiative.
No pupil is allowed to leave the premises unless a written note is sent to the
Dinner money is paid on the Friday, prior to dinner week and parents are encouraged to
pay by cheque – made payable to NPTCBC.
Those children eligible for free school meals should submit their claim in June/July prior
to the new academic year.
8 EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES:
Our school is situated within an indigenous white community where English is the only
language spoken within the home of nearly all our pupils. We recognise the importance
of preparing children for life in a multi-cultural society; therefore we instill in them the
importance of equal opportunities in all aspects of life. In addition, we aim for each child
to realise his/her full potential, regardless of age, aptitude, gender, race, background,
religious belief or disability.
To ensure equal access for all, the school has a Disability Non-Discrimination Policy
(available in main office) and has devised a long term Accessibility Plan which outlines its
continued action. (See Appendix 1).
We believe that any rules of discipline should be for the general well being, happiness
and safety of the children. We also believe that staff and pupils entering into a co-
operative, respecting, responsible relationship with each other maintain good discipline.
Emphasis is placed on the value of self-discipline, and the school aims to foster an
environment in which children may develop this important aspect of character building.
When punishment has to be administered it usually takes the form of a discussion with
the child, loss of privileges or by the involvement of parents and outside agencies.
Corporal punishment is not used.
10 CHARGING AND REMISSION POLICY:
Wherever possible, we try to arrange visits for our pupils, relevant to the learning taking
place in school. For visits, which require additional finance, the school invites parents to
make donations and/or contributions towards these costs. Insufficient contributions
might well jeopardise the visit.
11 SUPPORTING ORGANISATIONS:
The school has a Parents’ Association (Friends of Mynachlog Nedd), which aims to
strengthen relationships between home and school. In its programme of meetings are a
number of fund raising activities and we as a school are most conscious of the valuable
financial help given. At the moment this is a very small group who would be delighted to
have new members.
12 COMMUNITY AND INTERNATIONAL LINKS:
Our Governors and staff recognise within the aims of the school the need to help pupils
to become more aware of the wider world in which we live. We recognise the important
contribution our community makes to the life of the school and endeavour to use every
opportunity to strengthen links in order to enhance the curriculum and the children’s
development. We also promote international links with other schools, which allow
opportunities for staff and pupils to investigate other countries and their cultures.
13 ACCESS TO INFORMATION:
Under the provisions of Schedule 2 of the Education (School Curriculum and Related
Information (WALES) Regulations 1991, parents have the right to peruse all Welsh Office
circulars and Statutory Orders received by the school which related to the content,
implementation and assessment of the National Curriculum. These may be examined in
the school office during normal office hours.
14 WHAT DO I DO IF I AM NOT SATISFIED WITH MY CHILD’S EDUCATION OR HAVE A
We aim to keep you as fully informed as possible about your children and the work or the
school. You are invited to get in touch with the Headteacher at any time if you are
worried about anything or require further information. We are always happy to make
ourselves available at anytime but it is sensible to make an appointment.
We all share ambitions for your child. In the unlikely event that your worries are not
resolved, you may write to the Governing Body and also the Local Education Authority,
Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council, Civic Centre, Port Talbot, SA13 1PJ (Tel:
Details of the Authority’s Complaints Procedure are available at any school, Public
Library or the Education Department.
Mr K Napiarella Director of Education, Leisure & Lifelong Learning
Mr A Evans Head of Schools, Education Development &
Mrs L Matthews Education Welfare Officer
Ms M Vaughan School Psychologist
We believe that the wearing of school uniform contributes to a sense of belonging to the
school community and helps develop a sense of pride in the school. Please note that a
white shirt and school tie is part of the winter uniform.
The agreed uniform is as follows:
Red V-necked sweatshirt Red V-necked sweatshirt or cardigan
Black trousers Black skirt
White shirt White blouse
Sensible black shoes Sensible black shoes
Red fleece Red fleece
School tie School tie
Red polo shirt Red polo shirt
Navy shorts Navy shorts/ or black skirt
Red/white gingham dress
P E KITS
Red T shirt
PARENTS ARE ADVISED THAT THE LABELLING OF
CLOTHES WITH THE CHILD’S NAME IS ESSENTIAL.
16 ATTENDANCE ANALYSIS:
Total for 5 September 2007 – 21 December 2007
% Attendance = 88.0
Total for 7 January 2008 – 20 March 2008
% Attendance = 74.7
Total for 7 April 2008 – 23 July 2008
% Attendance = 86.2
Summary of National Curriculum Assessment results of pupils in the school (2008) and
nationally (2007) at the end of Key Stage 2 as a percentage of those eligible for assessment.
N D W 1 2 3 4 5 6+ 4+
English School 0 0 0 0 0 23 43 34 0 77
National - - - 1 4 16 50 29 - 79
School 0 0 0 0 0 11 50 39 0 89
National - - - 1 3 16 50 29 - 79
School 0 0 0 0 0 23 43 34 0 77
National - - - 1 4 16 46 32 - 78
School 0 0 0 0 5 27 57 11 0 68
National - - - 1 5 21 49 24 - 72
Cymraeg School 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
National 1 1 1 1 5 19 49 24 - 73
School 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
National 1 1 1 1 4 17 49 27 - 76
School 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
National 1 1 1 1 5 19 46 28 - 73
School 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
National 1 1 1 1 7 26 48 16 - 64
Mathematics School 0 0 0 0 0 20 57 23 0 80
National - - - 1 3 15 50 30 - 80
Using & Applying School 0 0 0 0 0 41 50 9 0 59
Mathematics National - - - 1 5 22 48 24 - 72
School 0 0 0 0 0 23 57 20 0 77
Number & Algebra
National - - - 1 3 16 49 31 - 80
Shape, Space & School 0 0 0 0 0 7 64 30 0 93
Measures National - - - - 3 16 51 30 - 80
School 0 0 0 0 0 18 64 18 0 82
National - - - - 3 16 50 30 - 79
Science School 0 0 0 0 0 9 59 32 0 91
National - - - - 2 12 52 32 - 85
School 0 0 0 0 0 20 57 23 0 80
National - - - 1 3 17 51 28 - 79
Life Processes & Living School 0 0 0 0 0 9 55 36 0 91
Things National - - - - 2 11 51 35 - 86
Materials & their School 0 0 0 0 0 9 66 25 0 91
Properties National - - - - 2 13 52 32 - 84
School 0 0 0 0 0 9 57 34 0 91
National - - - - 2 14 52 31 0 83
18 DATES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2009/2010
Mid Term Holiday
Term Term Begins Begins Ends Term Ends Days
Autumn Tuesday Monday Friday Friday 74
2009 1 September 26 October 30 October 18 December
Spring Monday Monday Friday Thursday 59
2010 4 January 15 February 19 February 1 April
Summer Monday Monday Friday Wednesday 62
2010 19 April 31 May 4 June 21 July
19 SCHOOL HOURS:
19.1 Attendance and Punctuality:
The school has secure procedures for the monitoring of attendance and punctuality.
Parents should inform the school by telephone or letter of the child’s non-attendance.
The school hours are as follows:
8.50 a.m. - 11.55 a.m.
12.55 p.m. - 3.20 p.m.
Within these times the school aims to provide twenty-three hours of teaching time per
20 SCHOOL COUNCIL:
Hi, my name is Lauren Collison, I am the secretary of the School Council. My fellow
members are, the Chair: Tyla Evans, Vice Chair: Casey Williams, Treasurer: Lydia
Our School Council is very friendly and lots of fun, but we can also help you. We will
take all of your ideas into consideration.
The School Council arranges all different kinds of fun events which happen in the school.
We do such things are fun runs, sponsored walks, non-uniform days, sponsored events
days and breakfast.
We hope you have lots of fun in our school and after school clubs. We are also hopeful
that you will enjoy, have fun and make a lot of new friends to enjoy your time here.
Lauren Collison – Year 4
21 THE ECO-COUNCIL:
In the eco-council we do a lot to help the environment and the school. We have had our
second eco-flag now and we are really proud. In our school garden we grow vegetables
and have some fruit trees.
We work with Dyffryn Clydach Environmental Group to make our community eco-friendly.
We have been on some litter picks with Keep Wales Tidy this year and have planted
bulbs in The Highlands.
We also have recycling collection points in the school yard for newspapers and
telephone directories, for you to use.
Caitlyn Carpenter and Sophie Williams – Year 4
This information has been compiled in accordance with the Education (School and Related Information
(Wales) Regulations 1991.
This information is correct and up to-date at the time of printing – Spring Term 2009
Some adjustment / re-arrangement of provision may be necessary for the school year 2009/2010.
Revised: January 2009
MYNACHLOG NEDD SCHOOL ACCESS PLAN 2004 – 2008
Targets Strategies Outcome Time Frame Goals Achieved
Raise staff and governor awareness of our Discuss main issues. All aware of plan. Spring Meeting postponed
duties with regard to access document. 2005
Identify any training
Inform parents of access plan. Information included in All parents informed. Autumn 2005 Yes
Governor Report to
To edge step areas to assist access. Caretaker to complete Access to all areas made Spring 2005 Yes
To maintain standards of provision for SEN. SDP for SEN. Improved provision for Autumn 2005 Yes
SHORT TERM pupils with SEN
Audit needs of parents to ascertain any
particular disability which needs consideration. Letter sent to all Information sent to parents Autumn 2007
parents. as required.
Continue to monitor needs of pupils to determine Survey incoming pupils. Purchase appropriate Spring 2006
need for specialist equipment. equipment e.g. lower case ongoing
Improve physical access to front buildings. Provide ramp to one Main hall accessible to all. Summer 2008
Improve main entrance gateway. Make entrance wider. Easy access for ALL Autumn 2007
Improve parking facilities by locating one Building services to Summer 2008
designated space as disabled in playground. mark area.