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Western Mail Reports on Bryngwyn's GCSE Results

In West Wales, there was a similar story. Youngsters at Ysgol Bryngwyn in Llanelli once again achieved outstanding GCSE results with seven out of every 10 pupils receiving five or more GCSEs at A*-C grades with 16 subjects at the school recording a 100% pass rate.

More than 90% of pupils gained a full Welsh Baccalaureate in the first year the qualification was offered at the school, and six out of every 10 pupils achieved grade C or above in Welsh at GCSE.

Headteacher Paul Jones said: “We are really proud of the achievements of all our learners, who have not only managed outstanding results, but through the Welsh Baccalaureate have gained the transferable skills to set themselves up in their chosen pathways in employment or further education.”

Two of those high achievers were Michal Blaszkowski and Marta Topor, Polish nationals who have quickly grasped Carmarthenshire life.

“I could not speak any English at all two years ago when I first came here two years ago,” said Marta, who now has one A* GCSE, four As, five Bs and a C.

“My parents do not speak any English either, so I am very happy to have got these results.”

Deputy head boy David Hughes was one of the school’s top achievers with five A* grades and five As.

“I was nervous earlier in the summer but was quite calm this week,” he said.

“I thought there’s nothing I can do about the results now, but luckily it’s been a great day.”