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Encyclopedia > Flintshire Local Education Authority

Flintshire Local Education Authority is the Local Education Authority of Flintshire, north Wales. It runs 75 primary schools, 3 special schools and 12 high schools. A Local Education Authority (LEA) is the part of a council in England or Wales that is responsible for education within that councils jurisdiction. ... Flintshire (Welsh: Sir y Fflint) is a traditional county and principal area in northern Wales. ... For an explanation of often confusing terms such as Great Britain, Britain, United Kingdom, England and Wales and England, see British Isles (terminology). ... Primary or elementary education is the first years of formal, structured education that occurs during childhood. ... A special school, in the education system of The Netherlands, is a separate category from a public or private school. ... High school - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia /**/ @import /skins-1. ...


Three of the schools have come together with Deeside College to form the Deeside Consortium. The introduction of this article does not provide enough context for readers unfamiliar with the subject. ...


Schools include:

Hawarden High School is secondary school in Hawarden, Flintshire, north Wales. ... Hawarden (pronounced Harden; Welsh: Penarlâg) is a small town in Flintshire, north Wales, a few miles from the city of Chester. ... Moldy Bread Molds, or mould, are various fungi that cover surfaces in the form of fluffy mycelia and usually produce masses of spores (most commonly asexual spores but sometimes sexual). ... For more references to Buckley, see Buckley (disambiguation). ... Holywell (Welsh: Treffynnon) is a town in Flintshire, north Wales, lying south of the estuary of the River Dee. ... Pebble beach made up of flint nodules eroded out of the nearby chalk cliffs, Cape Arkona, Rügen Flint (or flintstone) is a hard, sedimentary cryptocrystalline silica rock with a glassy appearance. ... Welsh redirects here, and this article describes the Welsh language. ... John Summers High School is a mixed comprehensive secondary school in the town of Shotton, Wales, UK near the English border. ... Queensferry is a town in Flintshire, north Wales, lying on the River Dee near the border with England. ... Connahs Quay High School is a secondary school in Connahs Quay, north Wales. ... Connahs Quay (Welsh: Cei Connah) is the largest town in Flintshire, north Wales, lying on the River Dee. ... Mynydd Isa (pronounced Mun-ith Issah) is a village in Flintshire, in north-east Wales. ... The motto in Welsh, Dysgu Ân Gilydd Yng Nghrist, translates to Learning together in Christ. St Richard Gwyn Roman Catholic High School is a secondary school situated in Flint, Flintshire. ... Arms of Flint Flint (Welsh: Y Fflint) is located in Flintshire, north Wales, lying on the estuary of the River Dee. ...

References

  • education.guardian.co.uk

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Flintshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (566 words)
Flintshire (Welsh: Sir y Fflint) is a traditional county and principal area in north-east Wales.
The current administrative area of Flintshire (a unitary authority) came into existence in 1996, when the former administrative county of Clwyd was split into three smaller areas.
Flintshire is a maritime county bounded to the north by the Irish Sea, to the northeast by the Dee estuary, to the east by Cheshire and to the south and southwest by Denbighshire.
FLINTSHIRE FACTS AND INFORMATION (357 words)
Flintshire (Welsh: ''Sir y Fflint'') is a traditional county and principal area in northern Wales.
The current administrative area of Flintshire - now known as a unitary authority - came into existence in 1996, when the former administrative county of Clwyd was split into three smaller areas.
When it was a traditional county, Flintshire included the towns of Bangor-on-Dee (now part of Wrexham county borough), and Prestatyn, Rhyl and St Asaph (all now in Denbighshire).
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