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Results Day 2017

Another Fantastic Year for Bryngwyn Pupils!
2018 brings another outstanding year of results for Ysgol Bryngwyn School. Our pupils, staff and parents were overjoyed this year to discover that the school had once again done so well. This summer’s outcomes and pupils’ performances confirms our Welsh Government status as a Green category and of Estyn’s judgement that Bryngwyn is an Excellent school in all areas. Pupil achievements were quite remarkable demonstrating the considerable effort and hard work of both pupils and staff ensuring sustained excellent outcomes for Bryngwyn. 88% of almost all subject areas (inc. English, Maths and Science) secured a pass rate of over 60% at grade A* - C. 19% of students achieved a minimum of 5 A - A* grades overall, whilst 14 of these learners achieved an incredible 10 or more A - A* grades. 70% of pupils achieved 5 or more A* - C GCSE’s.

The top 10 pupils… Our top 10 pupils between them achieved a spectacular 119 A* and A grades. Pupils with a string of A*/A grades included: Maisie Lloyd (10.5A*, 2 A & 1B), Rebecca Stephens (10A* & 2A), Poppy Robertson (9A* & 3.5A), Brooke James (8.5A* , 4A & 1B), Callum Bowen (7.5A* & 5A), Thea Williams (6A*, 5.5A, & 2B), Ffion Bardsley (6A*, 5A, 1B & 1C, Hannah George (7A* , 4.5A & 1B) , Elliot Jenkins (5.5A* & 5A) and Ellamay O’Driscoll (5A* & 7.5A).

“Mr 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; Especially this year, the uncertainty presented by the challenge of introducing new specifications. Our staff have risen to meet this challenge and through hard work and careful planning have delivered improved outcomes across the curriculum.”

The staff here at Bryngwyn are once again incredibly proud of the fantastic achievements of our pupils and would like to wish them every success, whatever their plans, for the future, in education, employment or training. We would like to congratulate each and every one of our pupils on their success this year and in the future.