|Congratulations to the two winners in an incredibly high standard competition held in the School Hall recently . 6 pupils came to compete in the junior section with Iestyn Jones winning the first prize. In the senior competition for pupils over the age of 14, there were amazing performances by 5 pupils from year 10 to 13 , with Bethan Hill captivating the judge .
We are grateful to Gwawr Owen for agreeing to be our judge for the evening, and Zoe Smith, who spent the afternoon rehearsing , and the evening performing with the pupils . Onwards to the Young Musician in the New Year.
Congratulations to our team of year 11 pupils, Amy Lloyd-Evans, Osian Morris, Nia Walsh and George Watts for wining the "Life Sciences Challenge, 2015". This is a competition run by Dr James Matthews and his team of staff at the School of Medicine at the University Hospital of Wales. The team were presented a trophy by Prof Julie Williams, Chief Scientific Officer for Wales. Each member of the team received a £25 voucher and the School also received a cheque for £150.00. They deserve much praise for answering very challenging questions from a range of bio-medical topics.