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  At Llantwit Major School, we firmly believe that people are our greatest asset.

We see ourselves as a school community committed to excellence, creativity and innovation. We encourage participation in a wide range of educational and life enriching activities, celebrating success in many varied ways. The ultimate aim is to help all students prepare to take maximum advantage of life long learning experiences in further education and careers, establishing themselves as responsible members of the community and beyond. By focussing on maintaining high expectations and relationships, fostering a positive ethos, providing a broad and stimulating curriculum and embedding the school at the core of the community, we aim to provide young people with a valuable and fulfilling experience of school.

Fiona Greville

Headteacher

 

Outstanding Results for our A/AS Level Pupils

Once again Year 12 and 13 pupils at Llantwit Major School were celebrating after achieving an outstanding set of results. 25% of all results at A level excluding WBQ were at A*-A grade and nearly all Year 13 pupils achieved places on their chosen courses in their first choice universities and are looking forward to commencing their degree courses.

 

Amongst the students receiving outstanding results at both AS and A level  were:-

Sam Williams 4 A*’s

Kristian Reed Spargo 3A*’s and 1 A

Rhys Richards-1 A* and 3 A’s

Dylan Johnston- 1 A*, 2 A’s and 1 B

Tom Colgan 3 A’s

Grace Bennion- 2 A’s and 1 B

Ben Burrows-2 A’s and 1 B

Elys Greene- 2A’s and 2 B’s

Calum Robinson - 1A*,1A, 1B, 1C

Lewis Kordell  - 3 A’s

Iwan Robinson Booth - 2 A’s and 1B

Ashim Sundas  - 2A’s and 2 B’s

 

Congratulations to our GCSE Students!

Students in year 10 and 11 at Llantwit Major School are yet again celebrating achieving some exceptional GCSE results.

An outstanding 22% of students achieved a minimum of 5 A*-A grades, with many achieving nearly all A*-A grades:

Daniel Carini                          Daisy Cresswell                    Ewan Cullinane

Morgan Edwards                     Leah Elliott                          Gwynn Evans

Joe Godfrey                           Josh Gray                             Ella Gregory

Freya Hardwicke-Merry           Millie Hunt                           Ceri Jauncey

Nia Johnstone                        Josie Jones                           Ieuan Lewis

James Llewellyn                     Meghan McDonald                 Harri Morgan

Nathan Pownall                      Sam Rust                              William Thomas

James Vickers                         Celyn White                         Ellie Mae Williams

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A special mention must go to Ella Gregory, Meghan McDonald and Nathan Pownall who achieved a remarkable 11 A*’s plus a distinction in additional Maths GCSE.

Following the continued review by Welsh Government of qualifications for 14 – 19 year olds, these two cohorts of students are the first to undertake the new suite of GCSE qualifications in Wales which include the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification.

We are proud of the fact that 100% of our year 11 students achieved the Level 1 measure. This new measure is the percentage of students that achieved 5 or more passes at A*-G, with at least 3 of these passes being in GCSE qualifications. Furthermore, 69% of pupils achieved an A*-C in English Language and 62% attained this in Maths.

 

Mrs Fiona Greville and Mrs Leanne Pownall commenting on the results said, ‘These results are testimony to the combined hard work and dedication of students, staff and parents.  We are extremely proud of all of our students and remain absolutely committed to our aspiration to achieve the very best outcomes for each and every student in our school’.

 

GCSE Results 2018 (14 images)

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A/AS Level (13 images)

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