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History

The name Troedyrhiw derives from 'Rhiw' meaning ‘slope’ or even ‘hill’, sometimes even a sloping ‘lane’ or ‘path’. In this case it most probably meant a ‘sloping path’ or ‘hillside’ as Troed y Rhiw was an ancient farm homestead at the foot of an ancient byway which linked Pont yr Ynn  and  Pen y Ddeugae and Pen y Rhiw Gymrwg.  


The year 2014 marks the school's centenary. The children have researched different eras and created a display showing the development of the school in it's hundred year life. Why not come in and have a look, you may even be in one of the pictures. 


We would still like to hear from you through your memories or photographs. The comments section is open on this page for any (acceptable) memories from times in school. Any help would be invaluable. Please see Mrs. Davies if you can help. 



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