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Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bryn Tawe


Year 8’s Trip to Cardiff Bay

This term, “Wales” is the theme of year 8’s Welsh lessons. So, once again this year, 50 pupils went on a trip to Cardiff Bay on Friday, 16 June. They had the opportunity to enjoy a tour around the Millennium Stadium and the Welsh Assembly. Without forgetting, of course, enjoying lunch and delicious ice cream in the Bay before returning to school.

Half price School Uniform!

There is an opportunity for you to purchase half price School Uniform for your child for September 2017 on 27/06/17 16.00 – 18.00 in the main hall of the School. Only the limited stock listed below is available.

Payment by cash or Cheque

Eitem/Item Maint/Size Pris/Price
Crys chwys nefi / Navy Sweatshirt    11-12, XL    £5
Crys chwys lliw gwin ymarfer corff merched /Wine coloured girls PE sweatshirt    11-12, S, M, L, XL    £5
Crys polo gwyn / White polo shirt    L, XL & XXL    £5
Sgort / Skort    M, L, XL    £5
Siorts sidan / Silk PE shorts    32, 34, 36, 38 & 40”    £3
Siorts rygbi / Rugby shorts   30,32, 34, 36, 38, 40”    £4
Sanau / Socks    6-10 & 11-14    £4
Trowsus chwys / Joging Bottoms   28.30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40” gwast / waist    £8
Crys rygbi / Rugby Shirt   32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42”    £8
Cot Law / Rain coat   9-10, 11-12, XL   £5
Flis / Fleece   13,SM, L,XL   £5
Siwmper 6ed dosbarth – merched/bechgyn / 6th Form jumpers – Girls/Boys    S, L & XL    £7
2 crys gwyn 6ed – bechgyn / Pack of 2 6th form shirts – Boys   15, 16, 17” coler /collar    £3

Online safety information for parents

Click the link below to read a guide on online safety.

Your child’s online world – A guide for parents

Hay Fever

On Friday, May 26th a group of culture-hungry year 9 students visited the Hay Festival of Literature and Arts in Powys.  Highlights included an audience with acclaimed teen-fiction writer Ali Sparkes and listening to the entertaining tales of writers Daniel Morden and Phil Earle. Students also enjoyed the chance to question these authors on their craft and revelled in the opportunity to sample some delicious festival food. An enjoyable day for all involved! Many thanks to Mrs Victoria Jones for coordinating the visit and Mr Ray Thomas for accompanying the excursion.

Cyber Residential Summer Courses



8-11 Aug (4 days FREE).

CyberFirst Defenders

A free four-day residential and non-residential course aimed at 14 to 15 year olds (Date of birth 1/9/2001 to 31/8/2002). The course provides a valuable introduction to the tools, knowledge and skills required to build and protect small networks and personal devices. Bookings are now open. For all enquiries please contact Smallpeice on 01926 333200 or email

14-18 Aug (5 days FREE).

CyberFirst Futures

A free five-day residential and non-residential course aimed at 15 to 16 year olds (1/9/2000 to 31/8/2001). Ideal for students looking to study computer science at AS/A Levels, or equivalents. Students will explore advanced cyber security threats to devices, apps and software and investigate ways of protecting them. Bookings are now open. For all enquiries please contact Smallpeice on 01926 333200 or email

24-28 Jul (5 days FREE Girls Only)

CyberFirst Advanced

A free five-day residential and non-residential course aimed at 16 to 17 year olds (1/9/1999 to 31/8/2000). This is designed to expand the knowledge of anyone studying computer science at AS/A Levels or equivalents or for any student who has a real interest and aptitude for computers. Bookings are now open. For all enquiries please contact Smallpeice on 01926 333200 or email

ESU Training Day

Everybody here at Bryn Tawe would like to thank the ESU for their wonderfully inspiring training day with our year 8 pupils. The workshop was a fascinating insight into the skills required for developing confidence when speaking in public. We look forward to more success in the ESU competitions next year.


These are some of the comments from our enthused students:


‘I loved doing the Braveheart speech-it raised my confidence and was fun’ Scott Williams

‘I enjoyed the fact that none of us were confident at the start of the day, but by the end everybody’s confidence had lifted’ Lauren Miller

‘I really enjoyed the way that we were persuaded to speak in public and that we were encouraged to carry on, even if we made a mistake or felt nervous’ Anwen Morgan

‘I loved the fact that Julia completely understood the difficulties of speaking in public, allowing us to just state our ideas, not perform’ Ffion Tomos

‘The highlight for me was being a questioner. I think I might have a go at the real thing! A great day overall ‘ Jack Thomas

June 2017 Revision Timetable

Revision Timetable for June 2017