• Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg

    LLANGYNWYD

    The first Welsh medium secondary school serving the County Borough of Bridgend.
  • Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg

    LLANGYNWYD

     We opened in September 2008 with 128 pupils in year 7.
  • Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg

    LLANGYNWYD

    Currently, we have 616 pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Llangynwyd, including 109 in the sixth form.
  • Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg

    LLANGYNWYD

    The first Welsh medium secondary school serving the County Borough of Bridgend.
  • Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg

    LLANGYNWYD

     We opened in September 2008 with 128 pupils in year 7.
  • Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg

    LLANGYNWYD

    Currently, we have 616 pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Llangynwyd, including 109 in the sixth form.
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Latest News / Newyddion

  • Eisteddfod - Security Statement
  • Important information
  • BBC Radio Wales
  • Chill Skills
  • Llais y Llan Spring 2017
  • Year 7 Poetry Success
  • Comic Relief
  • Career Information
  • Trip To London!

Security Statement

The Urdd have just issued a statement which outlines increased security measures following this weeks’s incident at Manchester.

There will be bag searches, more security personnel and increased police presence.

 

We ask in advance for your co-operation and patience and that you allow extra time for this.

If you have any further concerns please do not hesitate to contact the Urdd.

The Urdd will continue to assess the situation and will follow advice and recommendations from the authorities.

The Urdd are grateful for your understanding of the situation and we look forward to welcoming you to the Eisteddfod at Pencoed.

 

 

Following a public consultation with pupils, parents, staff and stakeholders, the Governing Body of Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Llangynwyd have agreed to change the times of the school day from September 2017.

 The start of the school day will remain at 8.40am, but the end of the school day will change to 3pm. A detailed outline of school times can be seen on the letter to parents.

 I would like to thank everyone who contributed to the consultation and I look forward to a new chapter in this successful schools future.

 Yours sincerely

Geraint Isaac

Chair of Governors

Letter to parents

BBC Radio Wales – Mari and Elis star on ‘Bore Cothi’

Mari Lewis and Elis Bird were very fortunate to have the opportunity to appear as guests on Shan Cothi’s radio show ‘Bore Cothi’, on BBC Radio Cymru. The item was recorded live from the school which was a fantastic experience for Mari and Elis! Congratulations to both. The school would like to thank Shân Cothi and her team for the warm welcome! 

You can listen again by clicking on the following link (1 hour 26 minutes in): http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08q8mrz

 

Read out termly newsletter Llais y Llan here.

 

A group of Year 7 seven pupils achieved success in a recent lyrical poetry contest. The six pupils were highly praised by the judges and have even been published in an anthology of lyrical poetry entitled Busta Rhymes. The competition attracted a lot of kudos, with the singer Billy Joe Armstrong from the rock group Green Day donating some of his lyrics for the book’s cover.

A spokesperson from Remus Publishing said “These lyrical poets have expressed emotion through verse on all matter of subjects, from current affairs, religion and identity to love, loss and everything in-between. It was a chance to voice opinion, share a memory or dilemma, impart advice, or indulge in writing about something they adore.”

Congratulations to our talented pupils Ffion Humphreys, Aaron Chapman, Suranne Fear-Monday, James Lewis, Abi Thomas and Yestyn Thomas.

On Friday 24th of March we will be raising money for Comic relief by pupils and staff wearing their own clothes. We ask that a red top will be worn and £1 or more will be donated. Cakes and biscuits will be sold break time and lunch time for 50p each.

Careers Information provided through BAC days and school departments.

See the documents below for information on our upcoming trip to London.

BBC School Report

  • YGGLlangynwyd's School Report | Bwletin Ysgol YGGLlangynwyd
  • BBC School Report
  • Students help raise awareness
  • Bridgend school raises awareness of charities
  • First Give gives endless opportunities
  • Stories told by glass
  • Pupils raise awareness of local charities
  • The Glass Lives of 9 Llun

Today selected pupils from year nine have been working on producing voice recording for the BBC School Report. You can read our articles and most recent news on our school website. A team of ten pupils have been working together to create a radio recording,the on going First Give competition. Our hope is to win the competition and the £1,000 for the charity of choice. Remember to keep an eye out on our latest Twitter posts to follow our progress.


Heddiw bu disgyblion blwyddyn 9 yn cymryd rhan mewn bwletin ysgol y BBC. Gallwch ddarllen erthyglau o newyddion diweddar ar ein gwefan. Mae tîm o 10 o ddisgyblion yn cydweithio er mwyn creu clip radio sydd yn sôn am y gystadleuaeth elusennol First Give. Y gobaith gyda’r gystadleuaeth First Give yw ennill £1,000 o bunnoedd ar gyfer elusen o’n dewis. Cadwch lygad ar ein cyfrif Trydar am y clip a diweddariadau am ein cynnydd!

Menter Bro Ogwr

  • Year 7 & 8 Club
  • Year 9, 10 & 11 Club
  • DJ Club
  • Youth Club
  • YGGLlangynwyd's Youth Club

Mudiad Meithrin

  • Cymraeg for kids
  • Baby massage group
  • Story and Rhymetime
  • Baby massage group 2

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