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


Hello to all my pupils, their parents and carers. 

I hope everyone is keeping healthy, safe and happy. My thoughts are with you all during this very strange and worrying time for all. A lot of people are anxious about home educating, but please don't be. You know your child best and at this time, do what you feel is best for them

Activities have been uploaded and there are no worksheet structure lessons; just some fun home activities to keep them busy (if you wish). We all appreciate how difficult this time is for all, my thoughts are with you. I am trying to help by providing some ideas to keep your child/children occupied whilst at home but I will not expect them to be done. Focus on skills that you know your child needs, if its a tough day take a step back. 

I will continue to refresh the page with some ideas, I hope they help. Please feel free to email me or contact through the school Facebook page if you need anything!

Be safe and take care.

Miss Keen and all staff in Dosbarth Pobbles 



Following guidance during school closures, here are some fun, easy ideas and suggested activities that you could do with your child at home.

These are all suggested activities to build on your child’s understanding. It’s important to understand that any positive interaction are learning opportunities and build communication. Many of these activities cover a breadth of the National Curriculum.

Please see below. 

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