30th October 2017
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Year 11 Parents' Evening
Learner of the Month - Archived
Upper School - Iwan Richards, 10BB
Iwan has been appointed Head Boy for 2016/2017. Iwan is studying Graphics, Geography, Applied History and Drama. He has recently had all A grades in practical tasks in Drama. Iwan would like to be either a Policeman or a Lawyer.
Lower School - Megan Garbett, 8YE
Megan has developed into a mature young lady who is honest and trustworthy. She is a very thoughtful pupil who is looked up to by her peers and teaching staff. Megan constantly tries her hardest in everything she does and always shows respect for all members of staff. She deserves recognition for her hard work in school and persistent positive attitude towards education.
Upper School - Hannah Squire, 10BB
Hannah is currently studying Hair and Beauty, Textiles and ASDAN. She is interested in Hair. She likes going to Youth Club and loves Music and Dancing.
Lower School - Kirsty Skidmore, 9AH
Kirsty works well in lessons and now adopts a very positive attitude towards her schooling. Kirsty has achieved 6 praise cards. In form she is always a polite and attentive student who has many interesting points to make and share with the class. She is now much quieter than she used to be, understanding the value of paying close attention to her work. She is a real credit to herself and thoroughly deserves to be Learner of the Month.
Tobi Sobola, 10AP
Tobi has been at Glan-y-Môr since Christmas and is a very talented Mathematician. He is also a talented sportsman. Tobi has settled well at Glan-y-Môr and has a bright future ahead of him.
Lower School - Nicole Vaughan-Jones, 9ARJ
Nicole has achieved 11 praise cards since she started in Year 9. She has consistently worked well in all lessons and achieved 99.7% attendance.
Upper School - Lauren Evans, 10MS
Lauren is studying Art, Spanish, History and Catering. She is a top achieving pupil in Year 10. When she leaves school she would like to go on to university and have a career in Journalism.
Lower School - Kian Day, 7ES
Kian has achieved 17 praise cards since he started in Year 7. He has consistently worked well in all lessons and achieved 99.3% attendance. Kian is an asset to his form. He is helpful and caring and has an excellent record for merit collection. Kian says that his favourite thing about school is DEAR reading lessons. Outside of school he likes to play football, go cycling and would like to join an archery club.
Upper School - Sarah Bowen, 10BB
Sarah is in Year 10 studying Art, Textiles, Catering and ASDAN. Sarah has improved her attendance massively in recent months. She is always a top collector of merits and a good example to others.
Lower School - James Harries, 7SB
James is a very conscientious young man, who takes his school work very seriously and thoroughly deserves to be Learner of the Month. He has an excellent attendance record and has had full merits for every day that he has been in school. He has also been awarded a large number of praise cards since September. James is always a pleasant and polite young man.
Upper School - Rachel Lewis, 10BB
Rachel is currently in Year 10 and studying subjects which include Resistant Materials, Music and Drama. Rachel is one of the top achieving pupils in her year group. Outside of school she enjoys working in stables and is also doing her Grade 5 piano. When she leaves school she would like a career in engineering or performing arts.
Lower School - Natasha Vaughan-Jones, 7RA
Natasha is an extremely well behaved pupil and always gives of her best. She has an excellent record for merit collection and has been awarded 7 praise cards to date. She took part in the English Recitation for her House during the recent Eisteddfod, she loves reading and horse riding. At this stage, she would like to be an author or an artist in later life.
Upper School - Nikhil Seth, 10BB
Nikhil moved to Glan-y-Mor from London. He is excelling in all his subject areas. When Nikhil leaves school he wants to go to university and eventually become a Professor in English and preferably move back to London.
Lower School - Emily Gregory, 9ARJ
Emily has been chosen for her excellent performance in the 'Youth Speaks' public speaking team. As Chair of Glan-y-Mor's team, Emily was responsible for introducing and closing the presentation and making sure that everything ran smoothly in between. She showed excellent leadership skills.
Upper School - Tamzin James, 10BB
Tamzin is in Year 10 and was top pupil for merits in the Autumn term. She is making excellent progress in all her subject areas including Geography, IT, Spanish and Graphics. Tamzin also achieved a black belt in kickboxing in December.
Lower School - Gareth Babbage, 8LR
Gareth shows a positive attitude to school life and is a role model to his peers showing them what can be achieved by focusing on his studies. He has shown particular strength in Humanities and applies himself fully to whatever task he is given, be it castle building or acting out a scene from a trench of World War 1.
Upper School - Megan Guard, 11LB
Megan is predicted to gain C’s and above in the following subjects: Maths, English, Science, Welsh, RE, Hair and Beauty, Textiles, Art and Child Development. When Megan leaves school she hopes to go to college and study Health and Social Care and would like a career as a Social Worker or Careers Adviser.
Lower School - Teagan Horsley, 8DP
During school time Teagan enjoys spending time with her friends, she is a “chatterbox” so likes to know what is going on. Teagan enjoys English, History and D&T in school. She also enjoys playing netball. After school Teagan likes to go out with her friends, shopping and spends a lot of time with her one year old cousin. Teagan would like a career working with children, possibly in a Nursery.
Upper School - Sophie Williams, 11LB
Sophie is studying English, Maths, Science, Welsh, Short Course RE, Hairdressing, Art and Public Services. When she leaves school she is hoping to go to college to study Beauty.
Lower School - Ben Harries, 9AH
Ben enjoys Cooking and Music and concentrates on all tasks that he is set. He aspires to be Head Boy or a Senior Leader in Year 11. He has taken part in many school activities i.e. TeenTech and Music Play Day in Coleg Sir Gar. Ben is a keen trombone player who is part of our Brass Band and he enjoys taking part in our summer and Christmas concerts.
Upper School - Amy Owens, 10MS
Amy is in Year 10 studying GCSE's in Art, Geography and Physical Education. Amy is consistently achieving top merits and her attendance is superb. Amy recently competed in the Ironkids UK Race in Tenby.
Lower School - Wiktoria Swiatkowska, 9ARJ
Wiktoria has always produced classwork and homework to the highest possible standards. She is involved with many extra-curricular activities in school, including many STEM activities. Wiktoria achieved her target level (6+) in English, Maths and Science in Year 8.
Upper School - Alan Meyrick-Cooke, 9AP
Alan was delighted to learn that BBC Radio Wales were going to play one of his compositions on air. Alan sent his work to 'BBC Introducing' where a panel of BBC presenters selected the most promising and impressive compositions for air play. Alan already has a portfolio of compositions that he has created.
Lower School - Lewis Ellar, 8IM; Charlie Hall, 8LB; Bradley Webb, 8LB
Charlie, Lewis and Bradley won the Transport Category in the TeenTech Finals. They developed an idea for a sensor guidance system for wheelchairs. Their award was presented to them by James May who was enthralled by their ideas and creativity.
Upper School - Jai Thomas, 10PR
Jai is currently studying GCSE Maths, English, Science, Welsh, RE, RM, Geography, PE and Music. He enjoys music, especially playing the drums. He is also involved with the Young Firefighters, being in this group will give him a BTEC in ‘firefighting in the community’. He plans to go on to college to study Geography, Sports Science and others. After that he plans to go to university.
Lower School - Frances Woodward, 7LR
Frances has consistently achieved exceptionally high levels in English since September. She is very competent indeed in all aspects of the English course to date. Frances has made some outstanding contributions in humanities lessons. She has an impressive depth of knowledge and understanding of the world around her. She tackles every activity well and always commits herself to her work. She consistently produces work of very high quality which exceeds what would be expected of a pupil her age.
Upper School - Emilia Watts, 10RJ
Emilia is studying Maths, English, Science, Welsh, History, Geography, Music and Spanish. Outside of school she enjoys playing the clarinet, drawing and crafting. In the future she would like to go to college and study Geography, History and Spanish and then go on to university.
Lower School - Shaughn Poulter, 8LB
Shaughn is a valued, supportive member of 8LB who is always punctual and continues to collect maximum merits. His uniform, attitude, and maturity are a constant delight. Shaughn always takes his studies seriously and seeks to glean all he can from his teachers.
Upper School - Nik Richards, 11PD
Nik's favourite subjects are History, Catering and Hospitality. His hobbies are cooking and swimming. He is hoping to achieve good grades at G.C.S.E. which will help him to undertake his chosen courses in college where he hopes to study Leisure and Tourism and some 'A' Levels. His goal is to achieve a career in the Hotel Industry.
Lower School - Kim Warburton, 8CR
Congratulations to Kim Warburton of Year 8. Her story, The House Next Door, has been selected to go through to the next stage of the BBC Radio 2 500 Words competition. Out of 120,000 winners, Kim's is one of only 3,800 to be selected for the next round of judging.
Upper School - Rebecca Roberts, 11BB
Becky is studying Child Development, Textiles and Catering and is on course to achieve an excellent set of results. When she leaves Glan-y-Môr she wants to study Maths and be an accountant.
Lower School - Aneeka Bardsley, 8IM
Aneeka is a talented footballer. She excels in PE starring in the school football side. Outside of school her talents have been recognised with selection for Swansea City and West Glamorgan.
Upper School - Rachel Davies, 10RJ
Rachel is on course to achieve a superb set of results. She has an outstanding attendance record and is consistently at the top of the list for merit attainment each month. She is one of our most conscientious pupils and displays a very positive attitude to school and sets a great example to others. Staff at Glan-y-Môr all believe Rachel has a bright future ahead of her!
Lower School - Rhiannon Taylor-Searle, 9MS
Since joining us from Ysgol y Castell, Rhiannon has always made every effort to produce work of the highest standards. Rhiannon has become "Top Pupil" due to her achieving the highest “above” target level during the Spring Term. Rhiannon is currently working above target level in almost all of her subjects.