Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhondda
Thursday, January 17, 2019

Congratulations to Year 8 boys on winning the RCT schools football competition.

Congratulations to Year 10 pupil, Seren Wenham, on winning a bronze medal at a recent South Wales Athletics Championship. Seren achieved a fantastic third place in the 200m sprint. Ardderchog, Seren!

Congratulations to the girls in year 7 and 9 for winning the local netball league after winning all of their games this season. The year 8/9 team finished second in the league.

As well as this year 9 girls were successful in winning the local tournament, and year 7 managed to reach the final round. The sportswoman of the tournament for year 8/9 was Beth Huntley. Brooke Llewellyn was the sportswoman for the tournament for year 7 and Ffion Kelland was awarded sportswoman of the league for year 9.

 

A World of Work Enterprise day was held for Year 7 students recently, with a variety of activities organised during the day. The group who presented the best 'pitch' at the end of the session was Chloe Hawkins, Ellie Brown, D'Arcy Stone and Menna Jones' group. Congratulations to you all and our thanks to everybody who contributed to the day.

Year 11 gathered together for the final time ON Wednesday before their external examinations commence on 13th May, to celebrate and reminisce about their time at Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhondda. congratulations to Osian Poulton and Bethan Richards for being appointed "Boy and Girl of the Year" for their lovely attitudes towards others and towards school life in general. Llongyfarchiadau mawr i chi a phob lwc i bawb yn eu harholiadau dros yr wythnosau nesaf.

Congratulations to Yr 10 pupil Seren Farrup, on gaining her first Welsh Football Cap. Her first international game against England will always be a very memorable one for Seren, considering their 5-0 win! We are very proud of you, Seren!

Our warmest congratulations to Year 11 pupil Cian Lewis Hughes, on winning his first International Cap. Cian was selected as a member of the Under 16 national team that faced England recently. Wales were victorious ( 23-22) and Cian was also named ‘Man of the Match’. Quite a result for the team and Cian! Cian’s older brother, Shane Lewis Hughes, was also part of the Under 20 National side who won the Six Nations Championships this year. Two extremely talented brothers!

 

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