This site uses cookies to improve your experience. They are safe and secure and never contain sensitive information. For more information click here.


Croeso i'r Ddosbarth Cwm Ivy.

Our class has 6 wonderful pupils, 3 who are new to our school this year and 3 pupils who have been at Pen-Y-Bryn for a little while.

We are based in Lower School. 

Our class teacher is Mrs McKinnon and support staff are Miss Thomas, Miss Howell and Miss James.

Our class team work closely to promote and achieve each pupils individual targets throughout all lessons.



We take part in lots of different activities every week such as:

Literacy, Numeracy, Attention Autism Sessions, PE, Art, Cookery, Music and many more.

We also love going on weekly trips in our local community.


This term our theme is Musicals! 

We will be having lots of fun doing activities linked to Disney musicals such as Lion King, Aladdin, Little Mermaid, and Frozen! 

Notice Board see all

01 December 2019 - 29 August 2030

What is THRIVE?

What is Thrive?

Thrive is an approach to supporting the emotional development of our pupils. Thrive helps us to better understand the needs being signaled by their behaviour, and gives us targeted strategies and activities to help them better engage with learning. Thrive also comes with an online tool to assess and collate data on how our pupils are progressing in terms of their emotional development.

Read More

02 July 2020 - 02 January 2022

Parent Partnership Services - for young people with ALN in Mid, West and South Wales

Parent Partnership Services Website
This website is about the Parent Partnership Services that are available across West Wales. The region includes Powys, Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire, Swansea and Neath Port Talbot.

Read More

Latest News see all

Hopewalks 2021

Swansea University’s Wellbeing Service are hosting our 3rd HOPEWALK, a charity beach walk for Papyrus, the UK charity for the prevention of suicide in young people.  

Read More
Article 28 of the UNCRC says that children and young people have the right to education.