- Our School
- Sixth Form
- Teaching and Learning
We have long been recognised for the care and individual attention given to our children. Having just over 1000 pupils across the age range of 11 to 18, we are a medium sized school in comparison to some other secondary schools which gives us the advantage of knowing our children well and being able to help them become successful members of the wider community. Our children talk fondly of the teachers here and the quality of care that they receive. They have a real sense of pride in being associated with Bryn Elian because we all see ourselves as a family school.
Here at Ysgol Bryn Elian we have very high expectations of our pupils both in terms of their academic achievement and their behaviour. Bryn Elian is a successful learning community, committed to education.
Communication and partnership are vital to the success of our pupils and we will endeavour always to work closely with you for the good of your child. We believe that through partnership with you, your child and our staff, the students will be happy and successful while here at Bryn Elian.
Curriculum for Wales at Ysgol Bryn Elian
As part of our preparations for the Curriculum for Wales, we have been developing and defining the values we think are important to us, here at Ysgol Bryn Elian. In developing these values, we have had input form all stakeholders including: parents, learners, staff, governors and the local community. All of the feedback has been collated, with the following forming our way forward.
At Ysgol Bryn Elian we endeavour to serve our community by ensuring all learners are supported in reaching their full potential to become full and contributing members of society, based on a fully inclusive experience, developing a love of learning and ensuring Achievement for All.
Vision and Values
These values will be prominent around the school. We will refer to them regularly and encourage learners, through our teaching and everyday interactions, to embody these values.