28 pupils travelled to Berlin and Krakow last week for a historical and cultural experience. Highlights included the Olympic Stadium, Berlin Wall and the Reichstag in Berlin, while Auscwitz and a Bohemian themed dinner and dance evening created a memorable experience in Krakow. A huge thank you must go out to Nigel, our fantastic tour guide, for making the experience one for a lifetime.
Ben has won the Lidl Play Football Director of the month.
A football Director is a similar role to an Ambassador but just focuses on football!
He won this out of 30 schools across Wales.
The FAW were down today giving him his award which was a signed Aaron Ramsey Wales football top!
Guidance for Parents, please click on the link below to view an animation to help with understanding results.
Pupils entering Year 7 of maintained secondary schools in Wales in the 2017/18 school year who are eligible for free school meals will be eligible for the school uniform grant; as will pupils in special schools, special needs resource bases and pupil referral units in Wales who are aged 11 at the start of the 2017/18 school year and who are eligible for free school meals.
Our new Year 13 Welsh Baccalaureate students attended Aberystywth University on Thursday 29th June for an Individual Project introduction day led by the Departments of International Politics, History and Geography.
The day included a quick fire planning session for a mock Project, an introduction to Harvard Referencing, assessing the quality and reliability of statistics and information by the Welsh government and a tour of the National Library for Wales.
It was a fantastic day and we would like to thank Aberystwyth University greatly for their continued support and development of our pupils.
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