|It is a pleasure to acknowledge the success of Keiron Procter , a Year 10 pupil , who was an important member of the Wales under 16 football team in the recent Victory Shield competition . Keiron played in every game ( against England , Scotland and Northern Ireland ) , and for the first time in 60 years , Wales won the championship outright by beating every other country . The medal is the latest addition to the many medals he has collected as a member of the highly successful Plasmawr team. It is also worth noting that he is young enough to play another year in this age group . Congratulations .|
|The revamped club goes from strength to strength with pupils from years 7 & 8 attending the club every Wednesday in the Sixth form study room. They receive fruit and soft drinks, and most importantly, support from members of the Sixth Form. The next objective is to fund free transport for pupils. New members are very welcome.|
On Monday 27th October, without fanfare or publicity of his visit, the world famous actor and activist Sir Ian McKellen arrived at Ysgol Plasmawr. This was recognition for ‘Digon’ in campaigning against homophobic bullying in the school under the inspiring leadership of Mr Marc Lewis. The audience, which included members of Digon and a similar campaign group at Radyr, first saw a stunning and powerful performance by Plasmawr pupils, and then listened to the magical voice of Sir Ian. It was a real honour to be in his company, to hear about some of his history and Stonewall campaign over the years, and another incredibly memorable visit to add to the long list of events in our history.
Please see School bus service details below, there are a number of changes to the way that the school bus services operate and are being provided this year as a result of the Council withdrawing funding for non-statutory fare paying secondary school bus services from September 2014 onwards