The last day of term is Friday 19th July. Diwrnod olaf y tymor yw Dydd Gwener 19eg Gorffennaf. Monday 2nd September is a Tutor Day, pupils return on Tuesday 3rd September. Dydd Llun 2 Medi yw diwrnod tiwtor, mae disgyblion yn dychwelyd Ddydd Mawrth 3 Medi.Exam results are available at reception 9-11am on 22nd August. Mae canlyniadau arholiadau ar gael yn nerbynfa 9-11am ar 22 Awst.


Welcome to The Bridge Alternative Provision

Croeso i Ddarpariaeth Amgen Y Bont


The Bridge Alternative Provision Portfolio Pupil Referral Unit is a specialist provision for learners (both primary and secondary age) who have social or emotional  difficulties and at times behavioural difficulties. This is often referred to as "BESD".

On the Bryncethin Campus, shared with Ysgol Bryn Castell, The Bridge accommodates learners in nuanced provisions for diagnosed mental health conditions and diagnosed medical conditions which mean a learner cannot attend their mainstream school. We also accommodate learners who have challenging behaviour and may benefit from a term's specialist intervention to support a return to their mainstream school.

All pupils are referred to 1 of 2 monthly panels for placement here and all pupils remain on the roll of their mainstream school.

The Bridge offers a broad and balanced curriculum in very attractive and well resourced classrooms, we have excellent sports facilities, common room and dining spaces.

Regular pupil surveys show nearly all pupils feel safe and happy in The Bridge and that they make progress during their time in The Bridge. All our pupils leave with a positive destination suited to their needs.

Also part of The Bridge is the specialist mental health unit, Ty Llidiard, based at Princess of Wales Hospital, which provides bespoke education for learners admitted to hospital with acute mental health difficulties from all over South Wales.

The Behaviour and Wellbeing Outreach Team is also part of the wider Portfolio and 3 specialist teachers and 4 highly trained officers support learners in their mainstream settings and support referrals to and transition from the provision at the Bridge.


Victoria Cox-Wall

Head The Bridge Alternative Provision

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