Welcome to Ysgol Bro Gwaun
Ysgol Bro Gwaun below an 11-19, predominately English medium, mixed, Comprehensive Secondary School, with Significant defnyddio of Welsh, Which Offers subject Through the medium of English and Welsh, set on a beautiful site overlooking Fishguard Harbour, Against the backdrop of the Preseli Hills. There are 587 milk: At present on roll, Which includes 104 in the Sixth Form.
The School's Catchment area less extensive, comprising the twin towns of Fishguard and Goodwick, the Gwaun Valley, and a large rural area, Mainly concentrated Along the A487 road from Newport in the North-east to Mathry in the West, and South Along the A40 road to Wolfscastle and East to Puncheston; Come to us from receiving milk ALSO Outside the Catchment area.
Milk: are from a Broad and Cultural cymdeithasol spectrum, Which gives the School and vibrant Atmosphere. The area has a mix Linguistic COMPLEX - the Welsh heartland in the Preseli Hills, Newport, and especially the Gwaun Valley Strumble, has retained Welsh culture The Faint of-its and language. Fishguard Bay has for centuries been an entry point to Britain for the Southern Irish and MANY Irish Families oes Put down firm roots in the locality, the area a unique mixture Giving of Cultures.
A Secondary school Ysgol Bro Gwaun is mixed, mainly English medium but with a very strong Welsh ethos and offering subjects through the medium of Welsh. The school is located on a beautiful site overlooking Fishguard Bay, with the Preseli mountains in the background. Currently there are 587 pupils in the school, and 104 of those in the sixth form.
A catchment area of the school is broad and includes Fishguard and Goodwick, Gwaun Valley and very rural areas that extend along the A487 from Newport to Mathry and along the A40 to Casblaidd and then east Puncheston; Pupils also came from areas outside the catchment area.
Pupils come from a wide spectrum of cultural and social, which gives the school its special atmosphere. The area fosters a variety of languages - Welsh in the area of the Preseli mountains, and especially Newport Gwaun Valley, which has retained its culture and customs of Wales. Fishguard Bay has never been a link between Britain and Ireland and many Irish families have established and settled in the area, which gives the area is a mix of different cultures.
How to apply
If you want to apply for courses, you will need to contact Ysgol Bro Gwaun directly.