It was a busy day for our Year 10 students – as part of their Welsh Baccalaureate exam, they were required to devise businesses as teams and ‘pitch’ their enterprises to a panel of ‘Dragon’s Den’ style judges. We were most impressed with the standard and are proud of how maturely they presented themselves – well done!
The Phoenix Project is a Fire and Rescue initiative aimed at young people aged 13 – 17. The project runs five day courses across North Wales designed to assist in redirecting the energy of youngsters towards productive and worthwhile activities that will assist in the integration of the individuals with their peers and their communities….
We have had an amazing day today welcoming the year 6 pupils from Denbighshire schools to us here at Ysgol Brynhyfryd for our History workshop. Fun whilst we learn – we are certainly looking forward to welcoming you all here again soon.
Congratulations to Huw Jones Yr 10 he is the North East Wales Athletics Champion in the 3000m. He also finished second in the 1500m. He will now represent North East Wales and Ysgol Brynhyfryd in the Welsh Athletics Championships in Cardiff in July. Good luck Huw.
Mr Geraint Parry, Headteacher at Ysgol Brynhyfryd and some of our Year 7 pupils presenting a cheque to Gwion from ‘Gwyl Ruthin’ – we raised the money by holding a non-uniform day recently – we are proud to support local causes.
We are pleased to announce that our Year 12 student, Lois Hughes has landed herself the role of Gold Sports Ambassador for Denbighshire. Lois is 1 of 4 students representing Denbighshire and was invited to Cardiff for the presentation. Lois is an enthusiastic student and we are all extremely proud of her. Congratulations Lois.