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Bilton Cottage, N Gate, Haverfordwest SA61 2HN, UK – 01437 768884
I give tot a 5* as my twin girls go here from when they were very small and they have done such a brilliant job with them. The girls love going there, the staff are fantastic could not ask for a better bunch of people to take care of my children. 😊
The Lions Den,, Snowdrop Ln, Haverfordwest SA61 1JB, UK – 01437 767104
9 Castle High, Haverfordwest SA61 2SP, UK – 07989 422277
Queensway, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 2NX, Haverfordwest SA61, UK – 01437 765394
All I need to say is, *H15*. And also, the consequence system is SO overused by certain members of staff xD. The fire alarm went off today xD. Uhm. Welp, To much homework, overused C's, the 'good' system is POINTLESS and welp. (please don't give me a C4 xD, this is constructive criticism xDDD)
Good school, good facilities, and good teachers! doesn't deserve to be in special measures!!!!
Portfield Ave, Haverfordwest SA61 1EQ, UK – 01437 764147
Merlin's Hill, Haverfordwest SA61 1PH, UK – 01437 762324
Mary immaculate catholic primary school I go to and Mrs L.hart the best Teacher ever\!!
Without doubt the finest school that I have ever been to! The head master is very nice. And all the teachers are really lovely and kind. All the children that go there have a good chance of a good job when they are older.
Portfield Road, Haverfordwest SA61 1BZ, UK – 01437 765378
I went to Fenton. It's really the best school in Haverfordwest! Mr Harries is the current headteacher and he's a brilliant one. Kind, caring, and funny. I learnt so much there.They even have summer and winter fairs, and they're great! SEND YOUR KIDS TO FENTON!
Haverfordwest SA61, UK – 01437 765376
Both my children attended the school and experienced an excellent start to their education, thank you all.
Lovely friendly school.
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