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Update: 14th April 2021 - Proposal to increase the capacity of Crownbridge School, Cwmbran by 50 places

The statutory objection period in relation to the above mentioned proposal closed on 23rd March 2021. During this period, no objections to the proposal were received. A report was considered by the Executive Member for Education  on 13th April which confirmed the outcome of the statutory objection period and recommended  the proposals proceed as outlined in the Statutory notice published on 23rd February 2021. Please note that the recommendations were agreed.

A copy of the report and decision considered by the Executive Member for Education on 13 April 2021 is available here.

A copy of the Crownbridge School decision letter that has been sent to statutory consultees is attached here.

For further information please contact Mark Horton tel: 01495 766910 or email: mark.horton@torfaen.gov.uk

Update: 12th April 2021 - Proposal to extend the age range of Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw to 3 - 18 - Modification of Implementation Date

At the meeting held on 25th March 2021, Cabinet received a report in respect of a modification to the implementation date of the proposal to extend the age range of Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw from 1st September 2021 to 1st September 2022.

Cabinet approved the modification to the implementation date.

In accordance with the Council’s Constitution, the above mentioned decision was subject to a challenge process. Any challenges had to be notified to the Chief Executive and the Chief Legal Officer by noon on Friday 2nd April 2021. Please note that this decision was not subject to a challenge, and the decision could be implemented on or after Saturday 3rd April 2021.

The Cabinet report and decision to modify the implementation date can be found in the Cabinet Agenda for the meeting on Thursday 25th March 2021.

Previous information on this proposal can be found on this page (Specifically, from 14th January 2019 to 25th June 2019).

A copy of the Proposal to extend the age range of Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw to 3 - 18 modification letter that has been sent to statutory consultees is available here.

For further information please contact Mark Horton tel: 01495 766910 or email: mark.horton@torfaen.gov.uk

Update: 23rd February 2021 - Proposal to increase the capacity of Crownbridge School, Cwmbran by 50 places

At their meeting held on Tuesday 9th February 2021, Council Cabinet decided to proceed with the following school reorganisation proposal:-

  • to publish statutory notices to extend Crownbridge School by 50 places  with effect from 1st January 2024.

In accordance with the Council’s Constitution, the above mentioned decision was subject to a challenge process. Challenges had to be notified to the Chief Executive and the Chief Legal Officer and Monitoring Officer by Noon on Wednesday 17th February 2021. Please note that this decision was not subject to a challenge.

The Council must now publish this proposal by way of a statutory notice.

Anyone wishing to make an objection to these proposals can do so. To be considered as a statutory objection, objections must be made in writing or by email, and sent to the Council within 28 days of the date on which the proposal was published. This is referred to as the objection period.

Notices will be published on Tuesday 23rd February 2021 and address/email details for objections are provided.

The notices will be published:

  • on the council website
  • on or near the main entrance of the school(s) which are the subject of the proposal
  • by providing school(s) which are the subject of these proposals with copies of the notice to distribute to pupils, parents/carers, and staff(schools may distribute the notice by email)
  • in the case of proposals affecting secondary provision, parents of pupils attending primary schools from which pupils normally transfer to that secondary school
  • by notifying prescribed consultees as listed in the School Organisation Code.

For ease of reference, a copy of the Crownbridge School Statutory Notice is available here.

If you require any further information please contact Mark Horton (Tel: 01495 766910 or email: mark.horton@torfaen.gov.uk)

Update: 2nd February 2021 - Proposal to increase the capacity of Crownbridge Special School, Cwmbran

The statutory consultation period in respect of the following proposal closed on 18th January 2021.

  • Increase the capacity of Crownbridge School, Cwmbran by adding 50 places to the current building on the existing site. It is further proposed that this proposal is implemented on 1st January 2024.

In accordance with the Welsh Government School Organisation Code, the Authority must now publish a consultation report (at least 2 weeks prior to the publication of statutory notice) which:

  • Summarises each of the issues raised by consultees;
  • Responds to these by means of clarification, amendment to the proposal or rejection of the concerns, with supporting reasons;
  • Sets out Estyn’s response to the consultation in full ; and
  • Responds to Estyn’s response by means of clarification, amendment to the proposal or rejection of the concerns, with supporting reasons.

A link to the Crownbridge School Consultation Report is available here.

A link to the Crownbridge School Consultee Letter advising of the consultation report is available here.

This consultation report will also appear as an appendix to a report on the outcome of the consultation process and to consider the next steps, that will be considered by Cabinet at a meeting to be held on Tuesday 9th February 2021. A copy of the Cabinet Agenda for the meeting on 9th February 2021 is available here. 

If you require a paper copy of the consultation report or any further information please contact Mark Horton by telephoning 01495 766910, or emailing: mark.horton@torfaen.gov.uk

Update: 7th December 2020 - Proposal to increase the capacity of Crownbridge School, Cwmbran by 50 places

At its meeting held on 24th November 2020, Torfaen County Borough Council’s Cabinet agreed to commence consultation on the following proposal:-

  • Increase the capacity of Crownbridge School, Cwmbran by adding 50 places to the current building on the existing site. It is further proposed that this proposal is implemented on 1st January 2024.

The regulations require that consultees must be given at least 42 days to respond to the consultation document, with at least 20 of these being school days. Taking this into account, the consultation period will begin on Monday 7th December 2020 and will close on Monday 18th January 2021.

Any comments/observations on the proposal can be made:

  • By writing to Mr Dermot McChrystal, Chief Officer, Education & Lead Director for Children and Young People (FAO Mark Horton) c/o Torfaen County Borough Council, Civic Centre, Pontypool, Torfaen NP4 6YB.
  • Email: 21stcenturylearning@torfaen.gov.uk
  • By completing a response proforma (attached to the Consultation document) and returning it to the above address. Please note that due to the current Covid-19 situation a public event will not be held at the school.

Separate arrangements will be made for children and young people to participate in the consultation, which will include, where possible, the views of school council. Pupils will be issued with their own version of the consultation document and will have an opportunity to discuss the proposals and submit their views and comments.

Officers from the council will ensure all comments/views made are recorded to allow informed decisions to be made at the appropriate time.

The Crownbridge School consultation letter in relation to this proposal is here.

The Crownbridge School consultation document in relation to this proposal is here.

A Welsh language version of the Crownbridge School Executive summary for the proposal is here.

If you require any further information or paper copies of the documents, please contact Mark Horton. Tel: 01495 766910 or email: mark.horton@torfaen.gov.uk

Update: 20th October 2020 - Proposal to expand Maendy Primary School, Cwmbran – Cabinet Decision

At a meeting held on Tuesday 13th October, Cabinet considered a report in respect of the proposal to rebuild and extend Maendy Primary School, and determine that proposal following the conclusion of the statutory objection period. The proposal would see the school rebuilt and extended to 420 places on its current site with effect from September 2023.

The cabinet considered the proposals, the statutory objection submitted and the Local Authority response in accordance with the requirements of the School Organisation Code 2018. It was noted that there was one statutory objection. This is detailed in the objection report.

The cabinet decided to approve the proposal and the changes will be implemented on 1st September 2023.

The Maendy Primary School decision letter and Maendy Primary School final objection report in relation to the proposal are available here.

Hard copies of these documents are also available on request and can be obtained by telephoning or emailing the contact details below.

A copy of the Cabinet Agenda for the meeting on 13 October 2020 including the Cabinet decisions, is available here.

Please note that in accordance with the Council’s Constitution, the above mentioned decisions were subject to a challenge process. As no challenges were received by the deadline (i.e. Noon on Monday 19th October 2020) the decision may now be implemented on or after Tuesday 20th October 2020.

For further information contact Mark Horton on 01495 766910 or email: mark.horton@torfaen.gov.uk

Update: 6th October 2020 - Proposal to expand Maendy Primary School, Cwmbran – Outcome of Statutory Notice period

At a meeting to be held on Tuesday 13th October, Cabinet will consider a report in respect of the proposal to rebuild and extend Maendy Primary School, and determine that proposal following the conclusion of the statutory objection period.

If it is agreed to proceed, the proposal will see the school rebuilt and extended to 420 places on its current site with effect from September 2023.

As part of this process and in order to determine the proposal, Cabinet will also consider a draft Objection Report. This is a summary of the statutory objections received and the Council’s responses to those statutory objections. The draft objection report is attached as an appendix to this report.

For ease of reference the draft objection report is available here.

A Consultee letter is available here.

Hard copies of the draft Objection Report are also available on request.

A copy of the Cabinet Agenda for the meeting on 13 October 2020 including, the draft objection report in relation to this proposal, is available here.

Any changes to the draft Objection Report as a result of the decision making process will be notified on the council website.

For further information contact Mark Horton on 01495 766910 or email: mark.horton@torfaen.gov.uk

Update: 4th September 2020 - Proposal to expand Maendy Primary School, Cwmbran – Publication of Statutory Notice

At their meeting held on Tuesday 7th July 2020, Council Cabinet decided to proceed with the following school reorganisation proposal:

  • to publish statutory notices to rebuild and extend Maendy Primary School, Cwmbran to 420 places on its current site with effect from 1st September 2023.

In accordance with the Council’s Constitution, the above mentioned decision was subject to a challenge process. Challenges had to be notified to the Chief Executive and the Chief Legal Officer and Monitoring Officer by Noon on Wednesday 15th July 2020. Please note that this decision was not subject to a challenge.

The Council must now publish this proposal by way of a statutory notice. A Copy of the Maendy Primary School Statutory Notice is available here.

Anyone wishing to make an objection to these proposals can do so. To be considered as a statutory objection, objections must be made in writing or by email, and sent to the Council within 28 days of the date on which the proposal was published. This is referred to as the objection period.

Notices will be published on Friday 4th September 2020 and address/email details for objections are provided.

The notices will be published:

  • on the council website.
  • on or near the main entrance of the school(s) which are the subject of the proposal
  • by providing school(s) which are the subject of these proposals with copies of the notice to distribute to pupils, parents/carers, and staff (schools may distribute the notice by email)
  • in the case of proposals affecting secondary provision, parents of pupils attending primary schools from which pupils normally transfer to that secondary school
  • by notifying prescribed consultees as listed in the School Organisation Code

For further information contact Mark Horton on 01495 766910 or email: mark.horton@torfaen.gov.uk

Update: 30th June 2020 - Proposal to expand Maendy Primary School, Cwmbran

The statutory consultation period in respect of the following proposal closed on 6th April 2020.

  • Expand Maendy Primary School to 420 places plus 30 FTE (full time equivalent) nursery in a new building on the current site

In accordance with the Welsh Government School Organisation Code, the Authority must now publish a consultation report (at least 2 weeks prior to the publication of statutory notice) which:

  • Summarises each of the issues raised by consultees;
  • Responds to these by means of clarification, amendment to the proposal or rejection of the concerns, with supporting reasons;
  • Sets out Estyn’s response to the consultation in full; and
  • Responds to Estyn’s response by means of clarification, amendment to the proposal or rejection of the concerns, with supporting reasons

A link to the Maendy Primary School Consultation Report is available here.

This consultation report will also appear as an appendix to a report on the outcome of the consultation process and to consider the next steps, that will be considered by Cabinet at a meeting to be held on Tuesday 7th July 2020. A copy of the Cabinet Agenda for the meeting on 7 July 2020 is available here.

If you require a paper copy of the consultation report or any further information please contact Mark Horton by telephoning 01495 766910, or emailing: mark.horton@torfaen.gov.uk

Update: 24th February 2020 - Proposal to expand Maendy Primary School, Cwmbran

At its meeting held on 11th February 2020, Torfaen County Borough Council’s Cabinet agreed to commence consultation on the following proposal as part of its 21st Century Schools Programme:

  • Expand Maendy Primary School to 420 places plus 30 FTE (full time equivalent) nursery in a new building on the current site.

As part of this proposal any existing Pre-school and any community facilities will transfer to the new building. A new vehicular driveway/access off Maendy Way is also proposed.

Catchment areas will remain unchanged at this stage but the larger school will cater for additional pupils expected from the new housing developments in the area.

It is further proposed that these proposals are implemented on 1st September 2023.

The regulations require that consultees must be given at least 42 days to respond to the consultation document, with at least 20 of these being school days. Taking this into account, the consultation period will begin on Monday 24th February 2020 and will close on Monday 6th April 2020.

Any comments/observations on the proposal can be made:

  • By writing to Mr Dermot McChrystal, Chief Officer, Education & Lead Director for Children and Young People (FAO Mark Horton) c/o Torfaen County Borough Council, Civic Centre, Pontypool, Torfaen NP4 6YB.
  • By email: 21stcenturylearning@torfaen.gov.uk
  • By attending the consultation  event (details below) and completing a response proforma (attached to the Consultation document) and returning it to the above address.

Separate arrangements will be made for children and young people to participate in the consultation, which will include the views of school council.  Pupils will be issued with their own version of the consultation document and will have an opportunity to discuss the proposals and submit their views and comments.

The “drop in” consultation event has been arranged as follows:

  • Date:  Tuesday 10th March 2020
  • Time:  3.30pm to 6.00pm
  • Venue:  Maendy Primary School, Wayfield Crescent, Cwmbran, NP44 1NH
  • Intended Audience:  Teaching, non-teaching and support staff, Governors, parents/carers of Maendy Primary School and all other interested parties.

Officers from the council will attend this event to answer questions and ensure all comments/views made are recorded to allow informed decisions to be made at the appropriate time.

Documents relating to these proposals can be found below:

If you require any further information or paper copies of the documents, please contact Mark Horton. Tel: 01495 766910 or email: mark.horton@torfaen.gov.uk 

Update: 25th June 2019 - Proposal to extend the age range of Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw from 11-18 to 3-18

At a special meeting held on 18th June (report deferred from 11th June) Torfaen County Borough Council’s Cabinet determined the proposal as it affects the above mentioned school following the conclusion of the statutory objection period/process, specifically:-

  1. To extend the age range of Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw from 11 – 18 to 3 – 18;
  2. As part of i) above establish a nursery for 30 (Full time Equivalent) 3 and 4 year olds;
  3. To amend Welsh Medium primary school catchment areas within Torfaen(i.e. Ysgol Bryn Onnen, Ysgol Gymraeg Cwmbran and Ysgol Panteg) to reflect the additional proposed provision at Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw.

The cabinet considered the proposals, the statutory objections submitted and the Local Authority response in accordance with the requirements of the School Organisation Code 2018. It was noted that there was one statutory objection. This is detailed in the objection report.

The cabinet decided to approve the proposal and the changes will be implemented on 1st September 2021.

The Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw Decision Letter and the Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw Final Objection Report are available here.

Hard copies of these documents are also available on request and can be obtained by telephoning or emailing the contact details below. Please also note that copies of the decision letter will be delivered to those schools directly affected by this proposal for distribution to pupils and their parents/carers via "pupil post".

A link to the Cabinet decision for the meeting held on 18th June 2019 can be found here. 

Please note that in accordance with the Council’s Constitution, the above mentioned decisions were subject to a challenge process. As no challenges were received by the deadline (i.e. Noon on Monday 24th June) the decisions may be implemented on or after Tuesday 25th June 2019.

For further information contact Mark Horton. Tel: 01495 766910; E mail: mark.horton@torfaen.gov.uk

Update: 4th June 2019 - Proposal to extend the age range of Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw from 11–18 to 3–18

At a meeting to be held on Tuesday 11th June 2019, Cabinet will consider a report in respect of the proposed extension of the age range of Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw, and determine that proposal following the conclusion of the statutory objection period.

If it is agreed to proceed, the proposal will see the age range of Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw extended from 11 – 18 to 3 – 18 with effect from September 2021.

As part of this process and in order to determine the proposals, Cabinet will also consider a draft Objection Report. This is a summary of the statutory objections received and the Council’s responses to those statutory objections. A copy of the Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw - Draft Objection Report is available here. Hard copies of the draft Objection Report are also available on request.

A copy of the Cabinet Agenda for the meeting on 11 June 2019, including the draft objection report in relation to this proposal, can be found here.

Any changes to the draft Objection Report as a result of the decision making process will be notified on the council website.

Please note that letters advising of the availability of the objection report will be delivered to those schools directly affected by this proposal for distribution to pupils and their parents/carers via “pupil post. A copy of theYsgol Gyfun Gwynllyw Objection Report Letter is available here.

If in the meantime you require any further information or a hard copy of the draft objection report please contact Mark Horton (email: mark.horton@torfaen.gov.uk or Tel: 01495 766910)

Update: 29th April 2019 - Extension of age range of Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw from 11-18 to 3-18 - Publication of Statutory notices

At their meeting held on Tuesday 9th April 2019, Council Cabinet decided to proceed with the following school reorganisation proposal:

  • to publish statutory notices to extend the age range of Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw from 11-18 to 3-18 with effect from 1st September 2021

In accordance with the Council’s Constitution, the above mentioned decision was subject to a challenge process. Challenges had to be notified to the Chief Executive and the Chief Legal Officer and Monitoring Officer by Noon on Wednesday 17th April 2019. Please note that this decision was not subject to a challenge.

The Council must now publish this proposal by way of a statutory notice. A copy of the Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw Statutory Notice is available here.

Anyone wishing to make an objection to these proposals can do so. To be considered as a statutory objection, objections must be made in writing or by email, and sent to the Council within 28 days of the date on which the proposal was published. This is referred to as the objection period.

Notices will be published on Monday 29th April 2019 and address/email details for objections are provided.

The notices will be published:

  • on the council website
  • on or near the main entrance of the school(s) which are the subject of the proposal
  • by providing school(s) which are the subject of these proposals with copies of the notice to distribute to pupils, parents/carers, and staff (schools may distribute the notice by email)
  • in the case of proposals affecting secondary provision, parents of pupils attending primary schools from which pupils normally transfer to that secondary school
  • by notifying prescribed consultees as listed in the School Organisation Code

For further information contact Mark Horton on 01495 766910 or email: mark.horton@torfaen.gov.uk

Update: 1st April 2019 - Proposal to extend the age range of Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw from 11-18 to 3-18

The statutory consultation period in respect of the following proposals closed on 25th February 2019:

  1. To extend the age range of Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw from 11 – 18 to 3 – 18;
  2. As part of i) above to establish a nursery for 30 (Full time Equivalent) 3 and 4 year olds;
  3. To amend Welsh Medium primary school catchment areas within Torfaen (i.e. Ysgol Bryn Onnen, Ysgol Gymraeg Cwmbran and Ysgol Panteg) to reflect the additional proposed provision at Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw.

In accordance with the Welsh Government School Organisation Code, the Authority must now publish a consultation report (at least 2 weeks prior to the publication of a statutory notice) which:

  • Summarises each of the issues raised by consultees;
  • Responds to these by means of clarification, amendment to the proposal or rejection of the concerns, with supporting reasons;
  • Sets out Estyn’s response to the consultation in full ; and
  • Responds to Estyn’s response by means of clarification, amendment to the proposal or rejection of the concerns, with supporting reasons.

A copy of the Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw Consultation Report in relation to this proposal is available here.

This consultation report will also appear as an appendix to a report on the outcome of the consultation process and to consider the next steps, that will be considered by Cabinet at its meeting to be held on Tuesday 9th April 2019. A link to the Cabinet agenda for the meeting on 9 April 2019 is available here.

If you require a paper copy of the consultation report or any further information please contact Mark Horton by telephoning 01495 766910, or emailing: mark.horton@torfaen.gov.uk.

Update: 14th January 2019 - Proposal to extend the age range of Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw from 11 – 18 to 3 – 18

This proposal is being advanced following an announcement by Welsh Government on 19th September 2018 that Torfaen County Borough Council had been successful in its bid for £6M to provide additional Welsh Medium primary provision on the Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw site subject to the outcome of statutory consultation. As a consequence, the Chief Officer, Education   Lead Director for Children and Young People agreed to commence formal consultation on the proposal, specifically:-

  1. To extend the age range of Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw from 11 – 18 to 3 – 18;
  2. As part of i) above to establish a nursery for 30 (Full time Equivalent) 3 and 4 year olds;
  3. To amend Welsh Medium primary school catchment areas within Torfaen (i.e. Ysgol Bryn Onnen, Ysgol Gymraeg Cwmbran and Ysgol Panteg) to reflect the additional proposed provision at Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw.

It is further proposed that these proposals are implemented on 1st September 2021.

The regulations require that consultees must be given at least 42 days to respond to the consultation document, with at least 20 of these being school days. Taking this into account, the consultation period will begin on Monday 14th January 2019 and will close on Monday 25th February 2019.

Any comments/observations on the proposal can be made:

  • By writing to Mr Dermot McChrystal, Chief Officer, Education   Lead Director for Children and Young People (FAO Mark Horton) c/o Torfaen County Borough Council, Civic Centre, Pontypool, Torfaen NP4 6YB.
  • By email: 21stcenturylearning@torfaen.gov.uk
  • By attending one of the consultation “drop-in” events (details below) and completing a response proforma (attached to the Consultation document) and returning it to the above address.

Separate arrangements will be made for children and young people to participate in the consultation, which will include the views of school councils. Pupils will be issued with their own version of the consultation document and will have an opportunity to discuss the proposals and submit their views and comments.

The consultation “drop in” events have been arranged as follows:

Consultation Drop In Event Dates
Day/DateTimeVenueIntended Audience

Monday 11th February 2019

4.00pm – 6.00pm

Ysgol Gymraeg Cwmbran, Henllys Way, St Dials, Cwmbran. NP44 3NB

Staff  (teaching, non-teaching and Support); Governors; Pupils & students; Parents/carers; Local residents; Statutory consultees and other interested parties.

Tuesday 12th February 2019

4.00pm – 6.00pm

Ysgol Bryn Onnen, Varteg Road, Varteg, Pontypool. NP4 8TY

Wednesday 20th February 2019

4.00pm – 6.00pm

Ysgol Panteg, Station Road, Griffithstown, Pontypool. NP4 5JH

Thursday 21st February 2019

4.00pm – 6.00pm

Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw, Folly Road, Trevethin, Pontypool. NP4 8JD

Officers will attend these “drop-in” sessions to answer questions and ensure comments/views made are recorded to allow Elected Members to make an informed decision at the appropriate time.

If you require any further information please contact Mark Horton. Tel: 01495 766910 or email: mark.horton@torfaen.gov.uk

Update March 2018: School changes 2018 – Abersychan Brynteg nursery and Cwmffrwdoer, Garnteg and Victoria primaries

Since our last update the council has continued to work closely with the group of schools affected by the closure of Brynteg Nursery and Victoria Primary School in summer 2018.

The focus for this term has very much been on support for the children as we approach the changes at our schools:

  • Specialist staff have been meeting regularly to discuss the needs of all the pupils with additional learning needs who will be moving schools, and organising a smooth transition with all necessary processes and paperwork identified to be passed onto the receiving school.
  • Support has put in place for the summer term to offer pupils an enhanced transition process to ensure that any worries and anxieties are addressed.

The Torfaen School-based Counselling Service will provide bespoke workshops to any pupils identified as being particularly anxious at Victoria primary. They will also deliver group sessions at Cwmffrwdoer and Garnteg, these schools are receiving the majority of the pupils affected by the closure, to address any anxieties expressed by pupils at these schools because of the changes.

Individual counselling sessions will operate within all the schools as is normal practice.

Schools will also identify pupils to act as mentors/buddies within each year group and the Counselling Service will work with these pupils to develop their mentoring/buddies skills.

  • The Play Service is arranging some fun workshops for pupils at Victoria, Garnteg and Cwmffrwdoer after the summer half-term break to enable the pupils to get to know each other. Small group work will also be provided in those schools who are admitting only one or two pupils.
  • Garnteg and Cwmffrwdoer schools are arranging open evenings and afternoons to parents from Brynteg and Victoria to familiarise themselves with the new schools.

Alongside all that, work has continued in lots of other areas including curriculum delivery and development across the catchment, staffing in all four schools and the soon to be released information about safe routes to school and school transport for September 2018.

We hope this information is helpful and will update you again in summer term, but if you have questions in the meantime you can ask them at any time and school and council staff will do their best to answer them.

Last Modified: 14/04/2021
For more information contact:

Forward Planning
Tel: 01495 766910
Email: 21stcenturylearning@torfaen.gov.uk

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