Ysgol Llanystumdwy, the village school where Lloyd George received all of his education (he never attended college or university) is still offering primary education to 4–11 year olds, run as a Welsh-medium school under the auspices of the Church in Wales . A low-strung former terrace of cottages known as Lon Singrig is now one dwelling.
The National School for Llanystumdwy was built c1880 to provide Church of England education for the children of the village. It is of significance as being the school attended by Dai George, the future Prime Minister David Lloyd George, after his arrival in the village in 1864, and the scene of the famous silent protest which he led against the ...
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A National school was established in 1819, for the gratuitous instruction of poor children ; and a school-house was built with funds which had accumulated from the rectory during the period for which it was held by Dr. Hughes, under a dispensation.
Our aim here is to make your children’s time at the school happy, successful and exciting one so that theu grow to be confident and ambitious citizens. Ysgol Llanystumdwy is a comparatively small school, and we take great pride in the sense of belonging to a family that exists at the school.
SCHOOL ADDRESS: Ysgol Llanystumdwy, Llanystumdwy, CRICIETH, Gwynedd. LL55 0SP TELEPHONE NUMBER: (01766) 522961 E-MAIL: email@example.com
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