We care…

For ourselves,

For each other,

for our work,

for our future,

for our environment,

We’re ready..

To ask for help,

to say I don’t know,

To get things wrong,

To take a risk,

To have a go,

To face a challenge,

To make the most of my learning,

To help someone

We’re safe..

We keep ourselves and each other safe.

Safe to have a go,

It’s safe to get things wrong,

We are safe in what we do.

School News..  2024 update

Saundersfoot CP celebrates remarkable achievement as pupils star in iconic TV show Blue Peter.

In a thrilling development that underscores the exceptional talent and achievements of Saundersfoot’s students, we are delighted to announce that several pupils have been selected to be part of the renowned television program Blue Peter and its Book club section.

Blue Peter, a staple in British television for decades, has a rich history of featuring extraordinary young individuals who showcase their talents, skills, and dedication. It is with immense pride that Saundersfoot CP School celebrates the inclusion of our outstanding children in this iconic program

The pupils selected to appear on Blue Peter’s Book Club VT will be participating in various exciting segments filmed at Folly arm that showcasing their unique talents when discussing their opinions on the book Poems Aloud by Joseph Coelho. Pupil will also discuss the importance of speaking up and voicing their opinions.

Tune in to Blue Peter on CBBC and BBC iPlayer on Friday 9th February 2024 at 5pm to witness the incredible talents of Saundersfoot’s students and join us in celebrating this significant milestone. The entire Saundersfoot community looks forward to cheering on our pupils as they represent our school on this esteemed national platform.

This opportunity not only highlights the achievements of the individual students but also shines a spotlight on the education provided by Saundersfoot CP School, where each child is encouraged to grow and develop as respectful, resilient, independent, ambitious learners who are emotionally literate, with well-being at the forefront of our education. Saundersfoot CP School empowers students to reach their full potential and make a positive impact in their communities.

Message from our Mr Allen and the Governors. 

Choosing the right school for your child is vitally important. Parents want a good education for their child but they also want them to be happy and to feel safe and secure. At Saundersfoot School we believe that we can offer all these things.

The dedication of all staff ensures that they support the development of resilient, creative and ambitious learners who will become positive members of the local and wider community. We also pride ourselves in having strong values within the school to drive good citizenship and help our pupils to be valuable members of our future society. 

Reading about the school is helpful, however, visiting the school is essential so you can experience the nurturing, inclusive ethos within each class and the school.  

It has been an incredibly busy sporting half term for some pupils in school. The girls squad made the Welsh National Finals, reaching the quarter finals, narrowly losing on penalties 4-3. 

Take a look at their good luck film from their supporters. 

Both boys and girls enjoyed success in a recent Tenby Cluster festival, winning finals and reaching finals.

Finally, the girls played their final sporting fixture of the year in cricket, once again they were jumping for joy.

Well done all we are very proud of you all. 


First class return to school for Saundersfoot Pupils. 

Saundersfoot CP School pupils have had first class results following the Urdd regional heat held on Friday 3rd March.  Sixteen talented  (albeit nervous)  individuals attended the heats held at Ysgol Hafan Y Mor.

The highlight for Saundersfoot was Year 5 and 6 pupils who were awarded 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in the Year 5 and 6 recital – Siopa. This unique achievement was extra special as there were 41 competitors in the field, with a Saundersfoot pupil starting the competition and ending it. Congratulations to all pupils who took part especially to Elizabeth- 1st, Lily – 2nd and Breagh 3rd.

We must also congratulate the pupils who are new to the Welsh language and represented the school,  Denisa and Frankie.  Denisa, a Year 2 EAL  pupil should be congratulated for her hard work and pronunciation of Welsh and was awarded 2nd place in her recital. Frankie, a year 4 pupil moved to Saundersfoot last year from Hampshire and has been amazing in learning Welsh and narrowly missed out on a podium finish.

Mr. Allen, Headteacher said ‘ We are tremendously proud of all our pupils for taking part. We must not forget some of these pupils have never experienced this type of arena due to the impact of Covid. I know for sure some of our pupils battled their nerves just to stand on the stage. They represent us all by displaying resilience and a never give up attitude. As always, I am so grateful to staff members who have given up their time to help support the pupils; Mrs Howell Evans, Mrs Davies, class teachers and parents/carers-a heartfelt Diolch yn fawr.’



Parental Workshop Presentation – 31.01.2023

Below is a video of a presentation delivered on Tuesday 31st January. 
We hope you find the presentation useful. We welcome feedback and suggestions on future presentations.

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