Thanks to a certain Dic Penderyn, I've just learnt that my favourite blogger is still fighting his lonely battle against reality, this time gunning for the headteacher and board of governors at Ysgol Glanwydden in Conwy.
He is circulating these letters. Click the images to see them at full size.
Ysgol Glanwydden is a primary school in a pleasant area of Penrhyn Bay, ideally situated for anyone who lives in Ynys Môn and works in Chester.
According to him, the "true" state of the school is "abysmal under any definition" and "most pupils are illiterate in English and distinctly lack numeracy skills". The reason for this, as any reader of the Daily Mail will already know, is "all strictly down to excessive and obsessive teaching of the Welsh language".
It is therefore a little unfortunate that the Welsh Government should today have launched a new website which gives comprehensive information about every school in Wales and how it performs. The information was previously available on StatsWales, but it has now been brought together in a much more accessible way.
Of course we need to bear in mind that the statistics about Ysgol Glanwydden on this site are "nothing other than a fictional and a meaningless account used as the means to deceive parents", but it might be worth taking a look at them anyway. They're on this page.
We can see that the school actually performs very well indeed. At Key Stage 2, 96.8% of children achieve the expected standard in English compared with a county average of 86.5% and a national average of 85.2%; and 100% of them achieve the expected standard in maths compared with a county average of 86.4% and a national average of 86.8%.
The standards in English are all the more impressive because the school is "staffed entirely by Welsh-speaking teachers" who, as a result of this, "lack English language literacy and fluency".