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