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In its recent Estyn inspection two months ago, it was ranked 'Good' in all five categories.
“We try to bring in a set of virtues and follow Christ’s teachings.
“We look at virtues – for example on being faithful and loving – and explore these.
“As a school, we get involved with many local projects – including with a care home where our choir will visit and perform.
We have also become a dementia friendly school." He added: "To say we have a very strong bond with the Tredegar community is a great success." To improve pupils' knowledge of the local area, a few times a year they are taught local history. "We learn an aspect of Tredegar – this could be the Chartists, the Tredegar Clock or Aneurin Bevan.