Year 11 Record Of Achievement Celebration
On Thursday 23rd May we held our annual Record of Achievement Ceremony to celebrate our year 11 pupils reaching the end of their compulsory schooling.
Mr Cripps, Mr Ivins, Mr Ally, Mr Longdon and Year 11 reg teachers shared good luck messages, poignant memories and hilarious moments from the past five years.
Each pupil was presented with their Record of Achievement folder which includes mementoes of their time at PHS, exam certificates and messages from staff.
A highlight of the ceremony was the PHS Oscars which were voted for by the pupils themselves. Awards were given to the pupil most likely to be Prime Minister, the next headteacher of PHS and the pupil most likely to score the winning try in the 6 nations amongst many more. Mia Morgan was presented with the Positive Achievement Award for her fantastic attitude to learning throughout her time at PHS.
The ceremony ended with a special message from Mrs Samuel-Jones wishing our pupils the best of luck for their remaining exams.
Congratulations year 11 on reaching this milestone in your lives. We have experienced highs and lows over the past 5 years but each of you, in your own way, has made a special contribution to Pontypridd High School. We wish you the best of luck for your exams and your future pathways, whether that be returning to 6th form, going to college or starting work.
Please follow the link below to visit our gallery of photos from the celebration: