A Llandysul school has been praised for its expertise by Estyn.

Ysgol Gymunedol Talgarreg received acknowledgment for its welcoming, inclusive ethos and proficiency in celebrating Welsh culture and its harmonious relationship with the community.

In the report published on May 9, inspectors highlighted pupils' pride in their heritage and locality and their knowledge of the rich history of their area.

The report said: 'The school is a hard-working, happy and inclusive community in which there is a strong sense that all pupils are part of a large, close-knit family.'

Anwen Orrells, strategic leader of Mid Wales Education Partners, said: "It was very nice to read about your school's happy and safe community, where the learners are polite, friendly and well-behaved ...and where the learners are making strong progress across the curriculum."

She further complimented the school, stating: "It was a pleasure to read this positive report - so a big congratulations to you all."

Headmistress Bethan Morgan-Jenkins echoed the sentiments, sharing: "We are so proud that our vision and strengths as a school are reflected in this report - our Welshness, our care for each other, and the good education."

Chairperson of Ysgol Gymunedol Talgarreg’s board of governors, Gareth Lloyd shared the pride.

He said: "We are extremely proud of our school and everyone involved - the community, the staff and of course the children.

"It is clear to see from this report that the school is an embodiment of what a community school should be.

"We ensure the sense of roots and of belonging in every single child."