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Ysgol Bryngwyn School

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Welcome to Ysgol Bryngwyn School

On Monday 18th May the school was delighted to host a visit from the Education and Skills Minister for Wales Mr Huw Lewis. Mr Lewis was visiting the school to congratulate the school on their success in promoting the White Ribbon Campaign – highlighting awareness of and prevention of domestic abuse.  The visit was organised by Mrs Joyce Watson, West Wales Regional Assembly Member who spearheads the White Ribbon Campaign. During the visit he met with pupils who were participating in the campaign led by Ms Tonia Antoniazzi. The minister went on to meet a forum of pupils from Bryngwyn and Glan Y Môr Federation to discuss life as a minister. It was an ideal opportunity for the minister to meet with the staff, pupils and members of local community whose hard work has brought about a very successful federation and delivered success in the new school’s categorisation programme.

Bryngwyn is a forward looking and innovative community focussed school with 991 pupils aged 11 to 16.

Our academic results are consistently high, and we endeavour to provide the best possible education for all of our pupils. Bryngwyn is well known throughout the area for its excellent pastoral care, support and guidance, and we want to equip all our pupils with the skills and qualities necessary to take them forward in life.

Our school is a happy school and we want our pupils to enjoy themselves as they learn.

Paul Jones, M. Ed
Headteacher