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Carmarthenshire, SA14 7DT

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Ysgol Maes Y Gwendraeth

Information for 6th Form Students

Head Prefects 2015  

Dafydd Burton and Sara Morgan



Sara Morgan, Head Girl 

It was an easy decision to return to the Sixth Form at Maes y Gwendraeth. I’m currently studying for my A levels in Biology, Chemistry, Religious Studies and the Welsh Baccalaureate and hope to progress to study Medicine at university next year.

I have taken advantage of many extra-curricular activities and this has enriched my time at the school. I enjoyed taking part in school productions, such as Nia Ben Aur, and competing in the Urdd Eisteddfod in choirs and dramatic presentations. In the Sixth Form, I had an opportunity to be a ‘swog’ in Llangrannog, lead the Welsh club for Year 7 and start a Dancefit club, amongst many other things. I also enjoy the social aspect of the Sixth Form: from relaxing in the common room to fancy dress parties. The experiences and support given to us as students is excellent; they prepare us for the future and provide opportunities to create memorable experiences.
It has been a privilege to represent the school as Head Girl, ensuring the pupils’ voice is heard so that everyone receives and can take advantage of the same experiences and opportunities I have received during my time in the school.


Dafydd Burton, Head Boy

Without doubt, my decision to return to the Sixth Form has been one of the best decisions I have made, from an academic and extra-curricular perspective. I have enjoyed studying Physics, Mathematics and Electronics as my A level subjects - they have been extremely interesting and challenging at the same time. I hope to continue with my interest in these subjects at university next year.

Outside of my studies, I have received excellent opportunities to represent the school, one of these being a part of the Engineering Gold Crest team. It was a privilege to compete in such a prestigious competition on a national level. The sixth form is a close family with plenty of opportunities to socialise. I have enjoyed every aspect of life as a sixth form student.

Being elected as Head Boy has given me an opportunity to lead and represent the pupils in many situations and I consider this to be an honour.


Head Prefects and Deputy Prefects 2015

(from the left) Siôn Davies, Dafydd Burton (Head Boy), Owain Williams a Joseff Williams

Sara Mai Davies, Megan Parry, Sara Morgan (Head Girl) a Mari Llywelyn