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Learner of the Month

 

May


Upper School - Katrina Davies
, 10DP

Katrina is a Year 10 pupil studying Drama, Art and Hairdressing. She is Chair of the Eco group and recently attended the Eco Conference in Cardiff. She is also an important member of the School Council and a Child Ambassador.

Lower School - Josi Robinson, 7JT

Josi is a well presented, polite and friendly pupil. She is always focused, on task and eager to do her best and she will happily support her classmates in any way that she can. She is a very valued member of 7JT.

April


Upper School - Aneeka Bardsley
, 10LR

Aneeka continues to excel and achieve great things in football. Though she continues to display an excellent attitude and work ethic in school it is her success on the football pitch that makes her stand out and help put Glan-y-Môr on the map. Aneeka has represented Wales at different age groups and in April represents Wales Under 17`s in Ireland. She has a bright future in the game!

Lower School - Owen Mansel, 8RA

Owen is fast becoming one of 8RA and Glan-y-Mor's great all-rounders, achieving academic, sporting and extra-curricular success. He has already collected in excess of 20 praise cards and has achieved the outstanding levels of full attendance and merits to date. Always immaculately presented in school uniform and giving of his best in lessons, Owen is set to become yet another of Glan-y-Mor's model students!

 

March

Upper School - Zeeshan Ibrahim, 10PD

Zeeshan has been awarded Learner of the Month for his excellent effort and attitude to school in all subject areas. He is interested in pursuing a career in engineering. In his spare time he enjoys cycling.

Lower School - Hollie Wilkins, 9AH

Hollie is a very worthy winner of the Learner of the Month Award. She has rapidly settled into her new form, 9AH. She is a very talented artist, who has always worked with interest and consistently produc

February

 Upper School - Alan Meyrick Cooke, 11RJ

Alan has been awarded learner of the month for his participation in the Rotary Young Musician Competition. Congratulations to Alan who shared first prize.

Lower School - Tamzin Brewer, 9AH

Tamzin is a very worthy winner of the Learner of the Month Award. She has rapidly settled into her new form, 9AH and has participated in The Rotary Club ‘Young Chef’ competition, producing duck in parmesan basket, stuffed chicken breast with streaky bacon and pineapple upside down cake. Further, she has recently jumped two sets in Maths and is now in set 1 - Well Done.

 

January

 Upper School - Brandon Griffiths, 10DP

Brandon has made exceptional progress in Construction and has produced high quality work. College lecturers said that Brandon has a bright future in this field when he leaves school.

Lower School - Imogen Ford, 7DC

Imogen is a worthy winner of learner of the month. With 100% attendance and no-less than 15 praise cards so far her effort and behaviour as well as her support for others in the class cannot be faulted.

 

December

 
Upper School - Ellie Pritchard, 11BB

Lower School - Isabel Davies, 8RA

Isabel is a model example of a pupil who thoroughly deserves the accolade of 'Learner of the Month'. A proud member of 8RA, Isabel is fast proving to be a good all-rounder, immersing herself in many areas of school life, both academic and extra-curricular. She already has an impressive list of achievements that continues to grow.

November

Upper School - Carys Nurse, 10LR

Lower School - Eos Griffiths, 8KJ

Eos is a quiet, extremely conscientious pupil with an exemplary work ethic and attitude. Eos puts in a 100% effort into all subjects and has displayed a real flair for languages. She is “a linguist in the making” a comment recently made by the languages faculty. Da iawn Eos - you thoroughly deserve November’s “learner of the month”.

  

October

 Upper School - Jennifer Grant, 10LR

Jennifer is one of the top performing pupils at Glan-y-Môr and has an incredible record for merits and praise cards. Jennifer is currently studying Geography, IT, Spanish and History. Jennifer has represented the school in many areas. She is interested in pursuing a career in Business Management.

Lower School - Sofie Jenkins, 9LB

Sophie is a quiet unassuming young lady with an excellent work ethic and attitude. Her merit total, attendance and school report are testament to this. She always works diligently in her classes. It is lovely to hear from her class teachers how she is "a hard working girl" and how she "takes learning in her stride".

September


Upper School - Rhys Rowlands, 10DP

Rhys is studying Graphics, Construction, Geography and History. Rhys is always one of the top pupils for merit attainment and has an excellent record of attendance at over 98%. Rhys is on track to achieve an excellent set of results in 2018! Rhys is interested in becoming an architect.

Lower School - Brandon Lee Clark, 7JT

Brandon always gives his all in every lesson he attends. His positive attitude and caring nature have ensured he has made excellent progress this month. He has supported recent fundraising activities and has been successful in raising a significant amount of money for charity.