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The House System & Mentor Groups

There are five houses at Ysgol Harri Tudur/Henry Tudor School: Manorbier, Narberth, Carew, Upton and Picton. All pupils are placed in a house when they join the school and we try to keep siblings together in the same house.

As part of the house system pupils are also placed in Mentor Groups.

Contact List - Mentor KSL DofF

If the table above is too small to read on your device, please click to view a larger version of the mentor groups table (in a new tab).

Each Mentor Group is allocated to a house. Each house also has a house council which represents the pupil voice for their house.

The house system promotes pupil well-being by offering them support from their Head of House and from their Peer house mentors. Heads of House provide house activities and competitions to enhance pupils' sense of belonging and self-esteem. Heads of House meet regularly, as a team, with the Assistant Headteacher for Well-being (Mrs Ann Andrews) to discuss fund raising ideas, inter-house competitions and other well-being issues.


Manorbier: Head of House: Ms L Kitts

Narberth: Head of House: Mr P Kingdom

Upton: Head of House: Mrs E Sutton

Picton: Head of House: Mr G Batchelor

Carew: Head of House: Ms R Probert

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All drivers are requested to park in designated parking places and not on verges or non-designated areas. Wherever possible please use the Main Car Park. Read More…

The school now has its own twitter account to promote important news and events as well as sharing celebrations of our learner's achievements. Please follow us on Twitter @YsgolHarriTudur. More detailed information can always be found on our school website www.yht.wales and also via the Ysgol Harri Tudur app. Please continue to get in touch with us in the usual ways. Read More…

All drivers are requested to use the designated Drop Off/Pick Up and parking sites whilst on the school site. Read More…

School Shop Saturday Opening Times – amendment Read More…

ASH Wales Team are offering two slots of the webinar to ensure everyone can attend who wants to:Weds 19th June @ 4pmWeds 19th June @ 6pmThis webinar is perfect for parents and carers of children and teenagers who vape. Click here to register your space at one of our events.Kind regardsASH Wales Team  Read More…

You may have heard of the Parent Partnership Service / Inclusion Support Team. We are contacting you today for us to know how you feel our service is doing, and how we can be most effective. Whether you have used the Parent Partnership service before or not, and regardless of how much you know much about us, we would love to hear your views. Your feedback is most welcome whether you are a professional (working in schools/education or other), parent/carer, young person (age 16+) or child. This survey should takes around 5 minutes to complete. Further information about the Parent Partnership Service is available here - Parent Partnership Service - Pembrokeshire County Council Read More…

Please follow this link to the May Edition of the Tudor Times Read More…

Please note there will be some temporary roadworks around the traffic lights at the junction of the B4322 and A4139. These will commence from Wednesday 22nd May 2024 and be completed during ½ term. Read More…

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