About us




Welcome to Ysgol Nannerch V.C. Primary School




‘It gives me great pleasure to introduce you to Ysgol Nannerch with our new website.


Our school motto is ‘Learning Together, Reaching Higher’. We welcome children, their parents and their families into our friendly, happy and hard-working environment, where respect for others and positive attitudes towards work and behaviour are encouraged and nurtured.


Ysgol Nannerch is a community focused school which recognises the importance of working in partnership with children, parents and the community in order that each child can be given the opportunity to develop their lifelong learning skills to enable them to reach their own unique potential.


Our school values are based on those of honesty, trust and respect for one another. As a school community we strongly believe that every child can achieve and will strive to do their best within an environment which promotes every aspect of their well being. 


Originally built in 1895 to serve the local community today Ysgol Nannerch is a Voluntary Aided Primary School which recognises the importance of working in partnership with children, parents and the community.


This website and prospectus provides all the information about Ysgol Nannerch to present our ethos, structure, practices and plans for the future. I would be happy to meet parents considering our school for their child, and I look forward to welcoming you and your child to Ysgol Nannerch'







The school, located on one site within the heart of the thriving village community of Nannerch, in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, provides an education for children between the ages of 3 to 11 years. At present there are 70 pupils including Nursery on the school role.  The current admissions number is 15.  The school’s capacity is recorded as 111.   The School has created strong links with the village playgroup and the two settings provide a shared Lunch Club twice a week.


The school site of Ysgol Nannerch benefits from an extensive  outdoor learning and play environments - including a wildlife and Forest School setting, which now also has an outdoor ‘Eco-Classroom’ with its own solar panals & small wind turbine.  Following small additions to the original Victorian building, a hall extension was completed in 1998 which also added a kitchen and additional space above on a first floor.


The School provides Breakfast and After School provision and runs a Holiday Club.  The Classroom Assistants and rest of the staff make a valuable contribution to the School and work in a variety of different roles within the school.