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Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bryn Tawe


Green Category’ School

We are proud to share with our parents that we have been recognised as a ‘Green Category’ School’ for this year. Parental Guide National Categorisation. A big thank you to all our staff and pupils for their continuous hard work!

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FFURFLEN COLOFNAU BL12 2016 – 2017 saesneg (2)

Workshop with Aneurin Karadog

18 boys from year 9 had the opportunity to take part in a workshop with the Poet Aneurin Karadog. The pupils were set a challenge to write a poem about War and had the opportunity to read their poems at the end of the day, with some pupils rapping their poems to the beat of Aneurin’s post. Many Thanks to Aneurin and congratulations to the boys for creating memorable poems that will be displayed in the school in the near future.



At the beginning of December, 65 year 7 students had the opportunity to enjoy a Pantomime based on the tale Blodeuwedd in the Gwyn Hall, Neath. Many Thanks to the company MEGA for a memorable performance.

Medi Phillips

Medi Phillips from Year 10 is continuing to have great success in the sporting world. In September she represented Wales in the UK School Games. Following on from this, in November she became the under 16’s Welsh Cadet champion in the under 48kg category. Congratulations!


Assembly Members visiting the school.

It was a pleasure to welcome Assembly Members to the school recently to discuss the Governments vision to get a million people speaking Welsh before 2050. The Assembly Members were, Mr. Jeremy Miles and Dr. Dai Lloyd. The pupils had the opportunity to give their opinion about the use of Welsh as well as talk about the difficulties that they face using Welsh in their communities. We look forward to hearing more about the project.




On a cold Friday night in November the annual year 8 sleepover was held. It was an evening full of activities with everyone enjoying the opportunity to socialise through the medium of Welsh. Pupils went swimming, made videos, played dodgeball and took part in a mannequin challenge. There was a feast of pizza and a disco to finish the evening before heading for our beds. The record was broken for the most hours slept in a sleepover this year – 4 hours! We are looking forward already to next year!