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"Best Results Ever"

Glan-y-Môr’s pupils golden performance. Pupils at Glan-y-Môr mirrored Team GB in achieving their best ever set of results at GCSE this year.

65% of pupils achieved 5A*-C including passes in English and Maths. The school is extremely proud of the success of all its pupils.

Indeed all three core subjects achieved their highest ever results for the school with 78% of pupils passing English, 96% science and 66% Maths. Outstanding individual performances included:
Katie Pritchard 6A*, 4A
Siona Nelson 3A*, 5A
Emilia Watts 2A*, 8A
Rebekah Phillips 8A. 

Staff are immensely proud in their pupils improving their performance for the fourth year in succession. Mr Stuart James (Deputy Headteacher) is delighted with the results and believe that this success is down to the hard work of staff and pupils within a school that values the achievement of all its pupils.

With results in Glan-y-Môr school also hitting record levels of achievement, it has brought to a conclusion another hugely successful year across both schools.

Paul Jones, Headteacher commented “I would like to praise the amazing efforts of all pupils and parents in giving their wholehearted support to both schools during a very busy year. Staff in both Bryngwyn and Glan-y-Môr have certainly gone the extra mile again to give our pupils every opportunity to fulfil and in many cases exceed their potential.” We are all really proud of these achievements.

 

  

 

"There is a caring and supportive ethos and robust effective systems for safeguarding. Others could learn a lot from Glan-y-Mor"

Estyn Inspector