Welcome to Church Schools Cymru!

Every Diocese is committed to ensuring that each of its schools should be a special place, a safe place, a place of learning, a place of nurture and of exploration. A school must demonstrate openness and acceptance, tolerance and forgiveness. Here, values and attitudes are formed and every individual is celebrated as unique.

A Church School is all of these things, but also develops a distinctive Christian character through its religious education, collective worship and ethos, that makes God's love and presence known to the world.

Verse of the Day

Before destruction a man's heart is haughty, but humility comes before honor. Proverbs 18:12

Prayer of the Day

We remember and bring before you, O Lord all the people who learn, work and worship at Clyro Church in Wales Primary School.

CSC News

[28/11/16 10:59] - Farmington Institute Scholarship
[20/04/16 11:42] - CRAMP forms

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[24/11/12 19:48] - Website now supports Twitter API v1.1, improving its integration.
[15/09/12 21:30] - Check out our new website. It offers a much simpler interface than before, making it easier to find what you need. http://t.co/yHghxcfA.

Other Church News

[27/03/17 15:32] - Water: global conference at Trinity Church Wall Street in New York
[27/03/17 14:25] - International Meeting of Anglican Clergy of Spain and Portugal
[27/03/17 14:21] - PWRDF assists with water supply for First Nations community in Canada (1)
[27/03/17 14:21] - PWRDF assists with water supply for First Nations community in Canada
[24/03/17 14:18] - Assistant Bishop steps down
[24/03/17 13:42] - Archbishop of Canterbury speaks in House of Lords about London attack
[24/03/17 12:19] - Theologian defends universities against charges they are seedbeds of "political correctness"
[23/03/17 14:54] - International Anglican student gathering in the Philippines
[23/03/17 12:35] - The Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada leads tributes to former Archbishop of Toronto
[23/03/17 11:11] - Church leaders offer prayers after deadly attack in Westminster


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