"Tref-y-Clawdd" – The town on the Dyke

Knighton Church in Wales Primary School:

Knighton admits children from 5 years to 11 years and provides teaching and learning experiences to ensure the highest possible quality of education. Currently we have 199 (excluding Children’s Centre, 220 including Children’s Centre) children on roll. We work to provide a broad and balanced curriculum and as many interesting experiences of life as possible.

The school  is an English medium Voluntary Controlled Church School which bases its teaching and learning on Christian values. It is a coeducational day school run by Powys Local Education Authority and the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon. The school is monitored termly by a member of the LEA‘s School Effectiveness Team, the Bishop and the Diocesan Director of Education, Rev. Helen Rees.) The school’s aim is to work together with our children, parents/carers, staff, the community, the Church and the LEA, to achieve the best possible for each child in school. We also work to ensure that our children are familiar with the teachings of the church: understanding the role Christianity plays within our everyday lives and taking seriously Jesus’s command to treat each other with respect.

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John Beddoes Campus:

Newtown High School has two campuses; one in Newtown (the Newtown Campus) and the other in Presteigne (the John Beddoes Campus).

John Beddoes School, founded in 1565, was the second oldest Grammar School in Wales and the first to have been founded from private means, as distinct from Church property.

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