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YEAR 8 PUPILS
Following confirmation of a positive case in year 8, we ask all year 8 pupils not to come to school today while we make further inquiries with the Test, Trace and Protect team. We will keep you informed.
23/11/2020 - Yr.10-13 Blended Learning Lessons
Parents - There's an important letter for you on Parentpay
The Welsh Government has revised their guidance regarding the use of face coverings in school.
The guidance now states that face coverings should be worn:
• in all areas outside the classroom by staff and learners in secondary schools and colleges
• on dedicated school and college transport for learners in year 7 and up
• by visitors to all schools and colleges, including parents and carers picking up and collecting children.
This means, every child and member of staff in the school will have to wear their face mask in every area outside the classroom when they arrive in school and during breaktime and dinner time outside. As you realise, as a school, we have a duty to follow the regulations. Thank you for your support.
A very warm welcome to the Bro Myrddin Welsh Comprehensive School website. Bro Myrddin is a secondary school teaching the vast majority of subjects in Welsh. Pupils come to us from the ancient town of Carmarthen and the rural areas of the
western and northern side of the beautiful County.
We are proud of the consistently high school academic standards, and a wide range of extra-curricular activities are also very important for us, with pupils experiencing success in various fields.
The contribution to Welsh culture through a host of activities including the
Welshness Project4Cymraeg Committee, and the Urdd and National Eisteddfod is of key importance, as are our contribution to the local community through charity work, volunteer work and various other links. Browse through our website for more information and to get a taste of the hustle and bustle of the school.
Dr Llinos Jones
A welcome message by the Headteacher