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E3+ Autumn Timetable
Written by Hannah Hitchins   
Wednesday, 09 October 2013 11:54

Dear Student

Welcome back! We hope that you all had a great summer holiday and are looking forward to the new E3+ term! All E3+ and 5 x 60 activities start back Monday 16th September. New to our timetable this term we have Theatrical make up, text message poetry, Circuit training, hair and Beauty and lots more activities to get involved in.

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School Council Year Reps 2013/14
Written by Debra Davies   
Tuesday, 08 October 2013 09:18

Welcome to the new School Council for the upcoming year. The council play a very important role within the school and represent the "voice" of the students within their year groups. They will carry out various projects throughout the year to benefit the whole school and will be led by the Head Boy, Head Girl and members of the Sixth Form Management Team.

 

Year 7  William Mansell, Ella Davey

Year 8  Morgan Riddeford, Callum Davies

Year 9  Alex Sparks, Rachel Lane

Year 10  Ben Gooding, Olivia Davies

Year 11  Carys Ashcroft, Meredith Edwards Davies

Year 12  Kayleigh Daws, Euan Pearce (Sixth Form Management)

Year 13  Scott Jenkins (Head Boy), Emily Pardoe (Head Girl)

 

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Behind the Waterfall
Written by Mr Axe - Outdoor Pursuits   
Monday, 07 October 2013 11:58

behind the waterfallTen pupils from year 7 walked to the famous Sgwd yr Eira waterfall in the Brecon Beacons National Park on Wednesday 2nd October. The previous night it had rained heavily, so the falls were spectacular with a good flow of water. The entire group braved the walk behind the falls and experienced the unique experience of looking through the curtain of water from behind. Well done to Kyle Rees-Griffiths, KatieLloyd, Maria Davies, Shane Hayes, Cameron Harvey, Liam Beckley, Seren Hopkins, Sophie Favell, Megan Groves and Ella Davey.

 
Treorchy Eisteddfod Winner
Written by Debra Davies   
Thursday, 03 October 2013 10:51

DSC 0632Congratulations to Joseph Isingrini from Year 11 who has won the prestigious Treorchy Eisteddfod Young Musician Prize. He participated in the Intermediate category for Instrumental/Musician Competitors (ages 12-16), playing a piano piece -"Arabesque No 1" by Debussy. 

The Eisteddfod was held in the Parc and Dare Theatre on Saturday evening.  Joseph had been able to qualify for the event by winning his class and obtaining a sufficiently high mark in a Treorchy Eisteddfod event in June 2013.

Well done Joseph!

 
Pen y Fan in the Clouds
Written by Michelle Taylor 5 x 60 Officer   
Monday, 07 October 2013 12:01

penyfanSeven pupils from year 7 walked to the top of Pen y Fan (886m) in the Brecon Beacons National Park on Tuesday 1st October. The weather was damp and the cloud was at about 600m. Unfortunately the view was lost in the thick cloud but the group enjoyed the experience. Well done to Shaun Nally, Jay Jenkins, Alice Sparkes, Trudy Pounder, Caitlin Greening, Abbey-Jayne Rowlands and Dylan Piecha all from 7P. A big thank you to Jacqueline Tsang, a student from the University of South Wales, for accompanying the group.

 
KS4 Revision Timetable
Written by Mrs Samuel-Jones   
Friday, 04 October 2013 08:45

Following our most successful GCSE results ever, the school continues to motivate and encourage the pupils to strive towards achieving their full potential. Revision sessions are underway already for KS4 pupils and the positive attendance so far is a good indication of how our pupils are seizing every opportunity to get the extra help and support they deserve at this crucial time in their education.

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Macmillan Cancer Support fundraiser
Written by Aleksandra & Morgaine Roving Reporters   
Tuesday, 01 October 2013 14:39

DSC 0583On Friday September 27th, staff and pupils from the sixth form participated in a Macmillan Coffee Morning to raise money. Most of the staff and some of the sixth form made a variety of cakes and cup cakes that ranged from 50p to 80p. The cakes were sold in the boost bar and staff room at break time and lunch time on Friday along with tea, coffee and hot chocolate.

Approximately 1000 cakes were brought in and all were sold. £395 has been raised and we are still counting in the hope of reaching £400 all together. Also there was a competition held for pupils and staff to guess how many coffee beans were in a jar. The winner will be announced at the end of the week.

Miss Stickler would like to thank everybody involved for their contributions without which this would have not been possible.

 
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