Welcome to Penybont Primary School


Penybont Primary School is a community primary school set in the town of Bridgend. We have over 340 pupils on roll and we cater for children from the ages of 3 to 11 in our non-selective, co-educational, day school.

We pride ourselves on being a lively and exciting school for pupils and their families. We believe in involving parents in the education of their children and always seek to develop strong, positive relationships with you. We need your support, interest and co-operation to make sure that your child’s years with us are happy and fulfilling.

We are an extremely busy school and seek to provide many opportunities for educational visits and experiences that enrich the curriculum. In addition, there are many extracurricular clubs for the children to join as they progress through the school.

The positive ethos, excellent behaviour and committed staff culminate in excellent results throughout the school.

If you need it, there is also after school childcare provision (subject to available places) on site at very competitive rates. Children can be left with us for breakfast from 8.15am (free) and can be collected as late as 5.15pm.

Should you need to discuss any aspect of your child’s education please contact the school office to arrange an appointment with your child’s teacher or the Headteacher.

We will do all we can to ensure a successful education in the most important years of your child’s life.

You may note that our website doesn't contain a gallery or news items, this is because we publish these on our secure school app for parents and carers only. However, we have included some of the wonderful things that we have in place to ensure that every child has the support and challenge to be the best that they can be.

Kind regards

Mr. R. Sloggett (Chair of Governors ) and Mr. R. Owen (Headteacher)

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