Ysgol y Llys

Pwysig- Diwdddariad cau ysgolion / Important- School Closure Update

Prynhawn yma, yn dilyn ymgynghoriad ag ysgolion, fe benderfynodd Cyngor Sir Ddinbych y byddai holl ysgolion cynradd y sir yn cau ar ddydd Mercher, Rhagfyr 16eg. Gweler isod datganiad llawn y cyngor.

We have this afternoon received communication and confirmation from Denbighshire CC that following consultation with schools this afternoon, that Denbighshire Primary schools will close nextWednesday, December 16th,2020.
 It has been agreed that on Thursday and Friday (Dec 17th and 18th that schools will teach remotely).

Further details regarding provision for emergency key workers for Dec 17th and 18th are being finalised and will be shared with parents on Monday, December 14th, 2020.

Details regarding Ysgol y Llys Christmas Lunch and other re-scheduled activities will also be shared on Monday.

Please see below full statement from Denbighshire CC.

Thank you for your continued support and understanding.


Ysgolion cynradd yn Sir Ddinbych i gau

Yn dilyn trafodaeth gyda’i holl ysgolion, mae Cyngor Sir Ddinbych wedi penderfynu cau ei holl ysgolion cynradd, ysgolion arbennig ac unedau cyfeirio o ddydd Mercher (16 Rhagfyr) ar gyfer dysgu wyneb yn wyneb.

Mae hyn yn dilyn penderfyniad Llywodraeth Cymru i symud pob ysgol uwchradd a choleg yng Nghymru i ddysgu ar-lein o ddydd Llun (14 Rhagfyr).

Dywedodd y Cynghorydd Huw Hilditch-Roberts, Aelod Arweiniol y Cyngor dros Addysg, Gwasanaethau Plant ac Ymgysylltu â’r Cyhoedd: “Rydym wedi gwneud y penderfyniad i gau ein hysgolion cynradd ar gyfer dysgu wyneb yn wyneb yn gynnar. Mae achosion wedi’u cadarnhau sy’n gysylltiedig ag ysgolion Sir Ddinbych yn parhau i fod mewn ffigurau sengl oherwydd gwaith caled disgyblion, rhieni a staff.

“Gydag ysgolion cynradd yn cau ar draws Gogledd Cymru, teimlai’r Cyngor nad oedd ganddo ddewis ond gwneud y penderfyniad i ddarparu dilyniant gydag ardaloedd eraill, gan roi digon o rybudd i rieni a gwarcheidwaid baratoi a sicrhau diogelwch plant a staff ymhellach yn y cyfnod cyn y Nadolig.

“Bydd ysgolion cynradd yn aros ar agor i ddysgwyr bregus a phlant gweithwyr allweddol tan ddydd Gwener, 18 Rhagfyr.”

Cyhoeddodd Llywodraeth Cymru y penderfyniad i symud pob ysgol uwchradd a choleg yng Nghymru i ddysgu ar-lein fel rhan o ‘ymdrech genedlaethol i leihau trosglwyddo coronafeirws’ yn dilyn cyngor gan Brif Swyddog Meddygol Cymru.

Ychwanegodd y Cynghorydd Huw Hilditch-Roberts: “Wrth i ni nesáu at y Nadolig a diwedd y tymor rwyf am ddiolch i’r holl ddisgyblion, staff a theuluoedd am eu cefnogaeth a’u hymdrech yn y frwydr yn erbyn COVID-19.

“Bydd ysgolion cynradd, ysgolion arbennig, unedau cyfeirio disgyblion ac ysgolion uwchradd y sir yn trefnu dysgu o bell i ddisgyblion tan 18 Rhagfyr ac i adleisio geiriau’r Gweinidog Addysg, nid yw’r cyfnod hwn yn wyliau Nadolig cynnar.

“Mae’r Nadolig yn gyfnod o gyffro a llawenydd mawr i’n myfyrwyr ond mae hefyd yn amser pan fydd y demtasiwn i grwydro o’r rheolau llym y gofynnwyd i ni eu dilyn fod yn uwch nag erioed. Mae’n bwysig i bawb sydd wedi gweithio’n ddiflino i fwynhau gwyliau Nadolig hapus ac ein bod yn parhau i gadw at y rheolau fel y gwn fod cynifer ohonoch wedi’i wneud.

“Hoffwn unwaith eto i ddisgyblion, rhieni a staff am eu cefnogaeth yn ystod tymor hynod heriol i’n holl ysgolion a’r cymunedau y maent yn eu cefnogi ac yn gweithio ynddynt.”

Primary schools to close in Denbighshire

Following discussion with all of its schools, Denbighshire County Council has taken the decision to close all of its primary schools, special schools and pupil referral units from Wednesday (December 16) for face to face learning.

This follows the Welsh Government decision to move all secondary schools and colleges in Wales to online learning from Monday (December 14).

Cllr Huw Hilditch-Roberts, the Council’s Lead Member for Education, Children’s Services and Public Engagement, said: “We have reluctantly taken the decision to close our primary schools for face to face learning early. Confirmed cases associated with Denbighshire schools continue to be in single figures owing to the hard work of pupils, parents and staff.

“With primary schools closing across North Wales, the Council felt it had no choice but to take the decision to provide continuity with other areas, giving parents and guardians sufficient notice to prepare and to further ensure the safety of children and staff in the run up to Christmas.

“Primary schools will remain open for vulnerable learners and the children of key workers until Friday, December 18.”

The Welsh Government announced the decision to move all secondary schools and colleges in Wales to online learning as part of a ‘national effort to reduce transmission of coronavirus’ following advice from Wales’s Chief Medical Officer.

Cllr Huw Hilditch-Roberts added: “As we approach Christmas and the end of term I want to thank all pupils, staff and families for their support and their effort in the fight against COVID-19.  

“Primary schools, special schools, pupil referral units and secondary schools in the county will be arranging remote learning for pupils until December 18 and to echo the words of the Education Minister, this period is not an early Christmas holiday.

“Christmas is a time of great excitement and joy for our students but it is also a time when the temptation to stray from the strict rules we have been asked to follow may be higher than ever. It is important for everyone who has worked tirelessly to enjoy a happy Christmas holiday that we continue to observe the rules as I know so many of you have.

“I would again like to thank pupils, parents and staff for their support during what has been a hugely challenging term for all of our schools and the communities they support and work in.”