St Brigid's School Ysgol Santes Ffraid

Primary Department

Virtual Open Day

"To Inspire and be Inspired"

Virtual Open Day 2020

Primary Department

St Brigid's would like to offer you a virtual tour of our school. While the current conditions make it difficult for visitors to attend our usual annual open day. We hope that this online page can give you a glimpse of what our wonderful school can offer your child.

St Brigid's School Primary Department offer excellence in education for pupils for 3- 11. They then have the rare opportunity to move up through the school into the Secondary School, remaining on the same site. The pupils enjoy the consistency this brings in their transition to secondary education.

The Catholic and family ethos of the school begins the moment the children enter. We are fortunate to have access to fabulous grounds and stunning views.

Click here to take a peak out the classroom window.


The Primary School building is located to the rear of the school. Where we have the following classes.

  • Nursery & Reception (24 pupils)
  • Year 1 & 2 (24 pupils)
  • Year 3 (20 pupils)
  • Year 4 (20 pupils)
  • Year 5 (28 pupils)
  • Year 6 (28 pupils)

We offer intake for new pupils into the following year groups: Nursery, Reception, Year 3 and Year 5.

Take a virtual walk around our classrooms.

Video Tour

We hope the following video can offer you a view of what our school, staff and pupils are like.

Our Curriculum for Wales

The new Curriculum for Wales enables children to take a journey of knowledge, skills and experiences during their time at school. Our curriculum is designed by our own teachers and built for all children who attend the school.

Computing skills form a large part of the new curriculum.

The St Brigid's curriculum covers all 6 areas of learning:

  • Languages, Literacy and Communication.
  • Mathematics and Numeracy.
  • Science and Technology.
  • Expressive Arts.
  • Health and Well-being.
  • Humanities.

St Brigid's has a long standing tradition of teaching through the arts. The school is well known for its Christmas pantomimes and various other performances. The children are lucky to have access to a soundproof music studio and large stage to on which perform.

Our Team

  • Head of Primary - Mrs. G. Newnham
  • Nursery & Reception - Miss. H. McMurray
  • Year 1 & 2 - Mrs. E. O’Donnell
  • Year 3 - Miss. B. Worthington
  • Year 4 - Mr. A. Madog
  • Year 5 - Mr. S. Hughes
  • Year 6 - Mrs. G. Newnham/Mrs. E. White
What our pupils say:-

What Our Pupils Say

"Everyone is really welcoming." - Bella

"The teachers are really nice!" - Ben

"I like coming because they give me challenging maths work." - Lydia

"You make friends and learn lots of new things." - Harry

"I like coming to school because I love swimming classes" - Wil

I love P.E and art, both of those lessons are taught really well in this school." - Jessica

Frequently asked questions:

When do the pupils arrive and leave school?

The school day begins at 8:50 in the morning and finishes at 3:20 in the afternoon. There is an hour lunch period as well and a short break in the morning and afternoon.

Do I need to live locally to the school?

St Brigid's is fortunate to have pupils attending the school from across all of North Wales. Many pupils come to school on buses, taxis or public transport. We also have pupils attending from Denbigh itself.

Does the school provide extra curricular activities?

Yes, St Brigid's provides a range of additional learning opportunities. These can include football and netball clubs, digital leaders and Criw Cymraeg. Children can also sign up to learn a musical instrument, take part in choir, speech and drama groups.

What computing provision does the school provide?

St Brigid's endeavors to give children access to digital technology through a range of lessons. We try to build in computing opportunities into our lessons. We have a range of technology including access to a computing suite, computers in classrooms and iPads for digital media.

How do you support more able learners?

St Brigid's prides itself in offering a differentiated work thorough our teaching. The school is in a lucky position to have secondary teachers available to teach more able primary groups. The school has previously has some of the most able pupils take GCSEs much earlier than usual.

We look forward to seeing you next year!

School Photo Gallery

Locations around the school.

“To Inspire and be Inspired


© S. Hughes @ St Brigids School 2020