‘Mynd a Dod’. Nos Lun a nos Fawrth, Hydref 22ain a 23ain.
Yn anffodus bu’n rhaid cymryd y penderfyniad anodd heddiw i ganslo perfformiadau ‘Mynd a Dod’ wythnos nesaf gan nad oes digon o werthiant tocynnau a gan nad oes argoel y bydd y gwerthiant yn cynyddu’n arwyddocaol dros y dyddiau nesaf i fedru cynnal cost y cynhyrchiad.
Yn naturiol y mae pawb sydd ynghlwm a’r cynyrchiad yn siomedig ond cant berfformio rhai o’r caneuon yn ystod y gyngerdd Nadolig ar nos Fercher, Rhagfyr 19eg.
Fe fydd staff y swyddfa yn trefnu ad-daliad i bawb a brynodd tocynnau ymlaenllaw.
‘Mynd a Dod’, Monday and Tuesday, October 22nd and 23rd.
Unfortunately we have had to take the difficult decision of cancelling next week’s performances of ‘Mynd a Dod’. Ticket sales are low and there is little suggestion that they would increase significantly in the next few days. There is therefore a considerable financial risk to the production.
Naturally, all associated with the production are disappointed with the decision but will have an opportunity to perform some of the songs from the show in the Christmas concert on Wednesday, December 19th.
For those who had bought tickets beforehand a full refund will be provided over the coming days.
There are currently two vacancies for parent governors on the Governing Body at Ysgol Plasmawr. We’d like to invite you to consider serving as a parent governor, further details and nomination forms are below.
Congratulations to all our Year 11 pupils who have performed extremely well in their GCSE and BTEC studies and have attained an excellent set of results, amongst the best in the school’s 20 year history. It has been a particularly challenging year for all which makes these set of results particularly impressive.
A big thank you to all the staff who have worked tirelessly throughout the year in ensuring that our pupils are given every opportunity to succeed.
Every individual has a story to tell and several pupils have faced ill-health and other difficulties in order to be able to sit their exams. I would like to congratulate every individual pupil whatever their results and offer everyone our best wishes as they prepare to enter a new and exciting chapter in their lives.
The following pupils have performed exceptionally well and have attained a remarkable 9 or more A* grades: Anellie Beare, Eleri Davies, Rachel Davies, Catrin John, Cadi Jones, Twm Richards, Steffan Rowlands, Rebecca Saunders, Rhiannon Spannaus, Elin Williams.
We are also extremely proud of the fact that 30% of the year group have attained 5 or more A* and A grades, and 87% of the year group have attained 5 or more A*- C grades across all subjects. Well done to all!
Congratulations to all our Year 13 students for their well-deserved success in their A Level, BTEC and Welsh Baccalaureate exams and qualifications this year. The excellent results achieved is a tribute to their ability, endeavour, dedication and perseverance over the past two years.
The majority of our students who applied for Higher Education courses have been accepted to the Universities of their choice, a high percentage of which are Russell Group Universities.
12 of our students achieved a combination of 4 A* and A grades and 25% of the whole year group achieved a combination of 3 or more A* and A grades.
The following students received exceptional results:
3A*, 1A: Georgia Redmore, Heledd Roberts, Mair Thomas.
2A*, 2A: Manon Jenkins, Nia Walsh.
Congratulations to Ffion Samuels, Gareth Scourfield and Branwen Thistlewood for attaining the necessary entry requirements to study at Oxford and Cambridge Universities.
These are our Level 3 results.
% A* - A: 38%
%A* - C: 86%
%A* - E: 100%
I am indebted to my staff for preparing their students so well for their A level, Welsh Baccalaureate and BTEC courses and who take so much pride in the achievements of their students.