• 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

  • Comic Relief
  • Career Information
  • Trip To London!
  • POST CYNTAF BBC PITCH
  • Llangynwyd Hockey
  • Welsh Music Day
  • Holiday Hype
  • Sports Results
  • Cariad@Urdd

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.

Iola-Belle Lake and Elliot Phipps represented year 9 this week as part of our BBC School Report 2017 project to win a presenter from the Post Cyntaf show on BBC Radio Cymru, to help develop a news item on this year’s news day. Congratulations to Ysgol David Hughes who were victorious in a tough competition – but our thanks go to Iola and Elliot for their hard work! You can listen to their pitch here:
 

Congratulations to the schools under 14’s hockey team for securing a place in the Welsh Schools Hockey Cup final round. The competition will be held in Wrexham on Tuesday 14th of March. The team beat every team in their pool including Porthcawl, Brynteg, Y Pant, Treorchy, Coleg y Dderwen and Cwm Rhymni to reach the final to win the tournament without conceding one goal all day. It will be an excellent opportunity for the girls to play against the best schools in Wales, we look forward to the challenge.

From the main office to the hall and the classrooms, Welsh music was heard in every corner of the school on Friday, 10 February. The whole school joined together to celebrate the rich variety of Welsh language music as part of the Welsh Music Day celebrations across the country. Leading up to the big day, many staff and tutor groups shared their favourite Welsh language songs on Twitter using #DyddMiwsigCymru. Classics like Calon Lân were shared, as well as current popular songs like Sebona Fi by Yws Gwynedd and one of the summer’s anthems, Rhedeg i Baris. The Urdd also made an exciting announcment about the closing gig of the Urdd Eisteddfod in Bridgend this year. This year’s line-up will include Sŵnami, Fleur de Lys, Alys Williams a’r Band and Chroma. A great line-up to end what will hopefully be a great week for the area!

Congratulations to Iola-Belle Lake who represented the regional schools of Glamorgan against other regions in Wales. The tournament was held in Caernarfon and she played in the goal attack position. They won every match until they were defeated by Cardiff and the Vale in the final.

A huge congratulations to all pupils who competed in the regional swimming gala at Ynysawdre swimming pool. Great effort ladies!

On Friday, 27.1.17 pupils and staff came to school dressed in a sea of red, white and green in order to raise awareness and funds for the 2017 Urdd Eisteddfod. There was also a staff coffee morning and a cake sale during the day. But it wasn’t just Llangynwyd taking part. This is a National Event organised by the Urdd with schools all over the country taking part to show support and love for the Urdd or ‘Cariad@yrUrdd’. As a school we managed to raise over £600. Thank you for all your support. #TÎMLLAN

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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