Headteacher’s Welcome

Welcome to the Ferndale Community School website. We hope that you take time to browse our site and learn more about a school that we are very proud of.

I am delighted to begin my first year as Headteacher of Ferndale Community School at such an exciting time in the development of both the school and education in Wales. It is a pleasure and a privilege to have the opportunity to work alongside the pupils, staff and community. We have many exciting developments ahead and I am looking forward to observing first hand how the school will continue to thrive and succeed for the benefits of all pupils and staff.

We are situated in the heart of our community and aim to provide the very best standards in teaching and learning. We provide an excellent learning environment and opportunities, inside and outside the classroom, to allow each student to thrive and succeed.

Whilst ensuring that the school remains happy, caring and inclusive we endeavour to set high standards of self-discipline and hard work. Visitors to the school are impressed by our students who are friendly, welcoming and keen to succeed. It is important that we celebrate our success together and this website is an excellent way of sharing our good news. We encourage our pupils and staff to evaluate their own work as well as that of others. Therefore, if you like our website, please tell us! Also, if there are areas where you would like to see further development, contact us with your suggestions. Thank you for your continued support in all that we are working towards together.

Mr. Nathan Prygodzicz.

🦎🦎🐊🐊🐒🐒🐍🐍Year 10 & 11 Biology Revision Monday 12th June, 3-5 pm in Science 2.✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍ ... See MoreSee Less
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🀩🀩🀩🀩🀩🀩🀩🀩🀩🀩🀩The end of a great week in Singapore is upon the team as they start the long journey home via Dubai! The week has been jammed packed visiting schools and associated recreational activities and places learning about science, aquaponics and engineering structures. The pupils have participated in Science experiments, Maths and IT lessons and even played music on the Ukulele with pupils from a range of 48 different nationalities in one school! Singapore is very inclusive and diverse and has such warmth to all cultures and nationalities which is just amazing! 🀩We wish the team a safe journey as they head to the airport for the first leg of a 24 hour journey home!🀩🀩🀩🀩🀩🀩🀩🀩🀩🀩 ... See MoreSee Less
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