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.

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.

Latest News

Girls make the Welsh National Finals

Girls make the Welsh National Finals

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...

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HRH The Princess Royal visit

HRH The Princess Royal visit

On Friday 14th October the school was party of the welcome party for HRH The Princess Royal. The whole school performed a sea shanty for HRH, quite apt for the naming of the schooner. Mr Allen,...

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Ukrainian ‘School Bag’ Project

Ukrainian ‘School Bag’ Project

The pupils and community of Saundersfoot CP School have been working together to assemble school bags for Ukrainian children who attend schools in Pembrokeshire. This term the school  welcomed a...

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