The school principally serves the villages of Llangan, Treoes, Ruthin, Pentre Meurig, St Mary Hill, Fferm Goch and Penllyn. Parents living in or outside these areas who may wish to enrol their children at Llangan Primary School should in the first instance contact the Admissions Office of the Vale of Glamorgan Local Authority (LA). If the school is below its admission number in any class pupils, may be admitted to this class.
Parents are invited and encouraged to look around the school before deciding if it is suitable for their child. Parents may also gain information about the school by looking at our website or contacting the school with questions. Children are normally admitted to the school (Reception class) at the beginning of the school year in which they have their fifth birthday and transfer at 11+ to secondary education – usually to Cowbridge Comprehensive School, however, we support the transition of children to many different schools.
Children moving into the area will be accommodated into their appropriate Year group. Parents who wish their children to attend Llangan Primary School and live outside the designated areas will need permission from the Education Authority and it is usually granted if the number of children within the school allows.
What kind of food is served for school dinners?
The Catering is provided by the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s Catering Service. The kitchen is staffed by trained and caring professionals committed to achieving the highest standards. The menus provide a healthy, nutritious and balanced meal for your child, fully complying with the Government’s Nutritional Standards. In addition to the normal menu, Vale Catering can offer vegetarian and vegan menus as well as menus for specific medical diets. The vegetarian and vegan meals can be provided on receipt of a supporting letter from parents / carers whilst the meals for specific medical diets can be provided on receipt of a supporting letter from the pupil’s GP or Dietician.
To view the current primary school menus please click on the links at the foot of this page.
If you wish to view any of the diet menus, please ask at the school office.
How do I arrange for my child to have school dinners?
A dinner register is called by the class teacher every morning to ask children whether they are having a school dinner or packed lunch. Payment is made via ParentPay which is a safe, secure and convenient method of online payment. Parents are asked to ensure that they keep their account in credit as the cashless till in the kitchen will not allow processing of any meal where an account is significantly in deficit.
For just £2.40 per day, primary pupils receive a main meal, dessert and a cold drink.