Ysgol Glan-y-Mor

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GCSE Results 2017

Riding The Waves

With 2017 came another outstanding year of results for Ysgol Glan-y-Môr. Pupils were overjoyed this year to discover that they had maintained the standards set last year. In a year where it has been well documented about a drop in perceived outcomes due to changes, Glan-y-Môr School delivered excellent outcomes for its learners as they move onto the next stage of their own journeys, and maintains standards in a year of significant changes to Welsh education.

There were numerous students who received envelopes containing quite remarkable results with over half of students achieving the “gold standard” of 5 G.C.S.E.’s with English, Maths and Welsh.

Paul Jones, Headteacher, was quick to point out that “I would like to praise the amazing efforts of all pupils and parents in giving their wholehearted support to both schools during a very busy year. Staff have certainly gone the extra mile again to give our pupils every opportunity to fulfil and in many cases exceed their potential.”

Mr John James, Head of School, had the final word…..

“In my short time of working with them, it has been obvious to me that our Year 11 students have given 100% in looking to truly achieve “success through effort” in what was a tumultuous time for the whole school, and we are all very proud of their achievements.”

The wait is over...

2017 has seen Glan-y-Môr pupils maintain high standards.

It has been a truly exceptional year of results across GCSE, Key / Essential Skills and Welsh Baccalaureate Qualifications. Many subjects showed fantastic results with some areas achieving their best ever grades.

 The cream of the crop!

 The top 5 pupils achieved a staggering 36 A* and A grades.

 Tamzin James was the highest achieving pupil with 8 A* to A grades. Other pupils with outstanding grades included Ellie Pritchard, Dana-Anne Collins, Rhiannon Taylor-Searle and Lee Riordan.

“Thank you to all at Glan-y-Môr for all your support, the opportunities that have been afforded to us, and for giving us all an amazing time.” Rachel Lewis

 “I’d like to thank all the staff at Glan-y-Môr for helping my progress, my education and my enthusiasm for learning.” Iwan Richards

“We would like to thank the staff in both schools for their continued commitment and effort in what has been a very busy year that saw the school secure an excellent inspection report” Steve Mears, Chair of Governors