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Urdd Athletics Competition On Tuesday, 26th of June, 19 pupils travelled from Bro Tegid went to Eirias Park to complete in 14 activities against six other counties. We are very proud of the pupuls who reached this round and it was a  pleasure to see them all giving it their best and showing plenty of  determination. Thanks to this, they all broke their personal records whether that in time or distance. We can announce that 5 activities saw us end up on the podium. This is the highest total the school have ever achieved and we are immensely proud of everyone especially as we were challenging against schools 3 times larger than Bro Tegid! Here are the full results: 1st Llew Jones - javellin 1st Saran Jones - javellin 2nd Aron Jones - javellin 2nd boys relay year 3&4 3rd girls relay year 3&4 Massive congratulations to everyone!
School Sports Evening We had a special night in our yearly sports evening with a crowd full  of parents, friends and former pupils in attendance which made for a relaxing atmosphere. It was a pleasure to see everyone taking part with huge smiles on their faces. We hope that the adults weren’t in too much pain after the exciting tug of war contest!!! The yellow team were champions this year with red in 2nd, blue in 3rd and green in 4th. Well done everyone!
Ambassadors of the Year Congratulations to Cara and Ioan who were rewarded in the Gwynedd and Anglesey Sports Ceremony in the Gallery, in Caernarfon on the 12th. Both have worked very hard this year encouraging sport in the school and  hosting various activities to the pupils and showed plenty of enthusiasm and dedication in their roles within the school. We’re very proud of them and their achievements and thank them for being such special  Ambassadors.
Llanfyllin Compeition On Saturday, 14th July, two teams from Bro Tegid went to Llanfyllin to compete in their 5 a side football competition. Our Year 5 and 6 team finished 3rd in the group after winning three, drawing one and losing two. A great effort, well done everyone! Year 3 and 4 fought their way all the way to the final after winning three and drawing four games. The final was very close against Ysgol Dyffryn Banw. Dyffryn Banw went ahead but the Bro Tegid boys showed a lot of determination and responded well with Lewys equalising. In added time, Steffan scored with a bullet of an effort into the back of the net and securing the win for the lads! A huge congratulations to this talented teams.
We had a mega busy week in school before closing for the summer with plenty of fun and various activities going on throughout the week. Rafting - as always one of the year highlights is when year 5 and 6 go rafting and it didn’t disappoint. They all enjoyed the experience and excitement. A bonus were the valueable photos that captured the day!!! Swel’s Poetry Competition - our theme this year was ‘pirates’ and from reading all the pupils’ poems, it was apparent that they all enjoyed the work! Chief Poet Elwyn Edwards or as we all fondly know him Swel, was full of praise of the high standard of poems that were full of comparisons unique and effective. Anya Roberts and Cara Jones were the winners of the best sentence with Rachel Edwards creating the best verse. But winner of Poet of the Year was Hannah Griffith. Hanna‘s poem stood out from the rest and Swel was so pleased with the standard and choice of wise words. Congratulations Hanna and thanks again to Swel this year. Visit from Teleri Davies - it was a pleasure to welcome Teleri back to the school to show us her Wales cap and shirt, after representing our country in the Womens Six Nations against Scotland back in February. We are so proud of Teleri’s successes and her proud achievement especially as a former pupil of the school. It was interesting to listen to her experiences, her rugby career and of course a report of the game from her perspective. Congratulations again to Teleri and thank you for her time. All the best for the future. Dad v Mum’s Game! - It was that time of year again with the dads and mums of the schools taking on the pupils in football and netball matches. We had an exciting and fun day with everyone enjoying the games. The  red team came out on top in both tournaments and more importantly the pupils won the important game which was winning against the adults!!! The girls netball won 4-3 against the mums and the boys won 8-2 against the dads. We thank everyone who came to take part and contribute to the day. SO58 Competition - KS2 pupils had a great opportunity to design a  t-shirt for Tim Williams, Anni May from reception’s dad to sell as part of his popular business Spirit of 58. The designs were fantastic and Tim decided to reward 9 pupils in total but the design that came out on top and the idea that will be on a t-shirt and sold at the Eisteddfod down in Cardiff this wear was from Mared Rowlands with the slogan “dad is football mad!”. Congraulations to Mared, what a special prize and thanks to Tim for his generosity and time towards the pupils. Saying goodbye to Year 6 - it came the time to say goodbye to 19 of our special pupils. We have been very fortunate to have such a great year 6 who have been a brilliant example to everyone. Its been a pleasure to teach them and see them flourishing over the years. Thank you to you all - we wish you all the best for the future.  
Summer Reading Challenge Annually, the Summer Reading Challenge is open to all primary school pupils as they have to visit the library three times during the summer holidays and pick various books to read. We are delighted that 80 pupils took part and completed the challenge! Brilliant everybody and keep it up!
Bro Tegid’s Macmillan Coffee Morning We had a hugely successful Macmillan Coffee Morning yet again this year at the school. We raised £465 for this important charity and this will be going towards our local centres here in North Wales. A big well done to the School Council for their thorough work and to those who donated towards the raffle and gave prizes, to those who were busy making them delicious cakes and to all that came to support. Thanks also to the pupils for supporting so well. We are extremely grateful to you all!
Urdd Football Meirionnydd Congratulations to our two teams who competed in the Urdd Meirionnydd Football tournament on Thursday, 18th October. We are proud of their successes and the girls individual performances. Once again, there was plenty of excitement and competitive football with fantastic effective teamwork. The blue team reached the final with Ysgol y Traeth the opponents and what a game this was! The effort and enthusiasm by the girls was exceptional and they were determined to succeed and through plenty of endevour they scored the only goal of the game in dramatic fashion with only three seconds left to play when Hana Williams netted and crowning Bro Tegid as champions. They will now represent Meirionnydd in the National Competition in Aberystwyth in May. Congratulations and good luck girls!
Gwynedd Netball Competition Following their success through Meirionnydd before halfterm, Bro Tegid’s team travelled to Porthmadog to take on Gwynedd’s largest schools in the Sports for Life competition. There as always was high playing standards and it was a pleasure to see every member of the squad performing so well and bringing more pride to the school. Bro Tegid had the perfect start as they went on to win their first five games before losing to Ysgol y Gelli and a draw against Bro Idris. With these results, Bro Tegid finished in second place behind Gelli and they will now go on to take on the rest of north Wales’ counties in January. Congratulations to every one of you and good luck!
Operation Christmas Child Once again this year there was plenty of interest as we supported the charity Operation Christmas Child.  We collected a total of 163 boxes between all the schools in the area! Everyone’s donations go to make a huge change in the lives  of the children that these boxes will be going to. Thanks to everyone for their incredible support.

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Urdd Athletics Competition On Tuesday, 26th of June, 19 pupils travelled from Bro Tegid went to Eirias Park to complete in 14 activities against six other counties. We are very proud of the pupuls who reached this round and it was a  pleasure to see them all giving it their best and showing plenty of  determination. Thanks to this, they all broke their personal records whether that in time or distance. We can announce that 5 activities saw us end up on the podium. This is the highest total the school have ever achieved and we are immensely proud of everyone especially as we were challenging against schools 3 times larger than Bro Tegid! Here are the full results: 1st Llew Jones - javellin 1st Saran Jones - javellin 2nd Aron Jones - javellin 2nd boys relay year 3&4 3rd girls relay year 3&4 Massive congratulations to everyone!
School Sports Evening We had a special night in our yearly sports evening with a crowd full  of parents, friends and former pupils in attendance which made for a relaxing atmosphere. It was a pleasure to see everyone taking part with huge smiles on their faces. We hope that the adults weren’t in too much pain after the exciting tug of war contest!!! The yellow team were champions this year with red in 2nd, blue in 3rd and green in 4th. Well done everyone!
Ambassadors of the Year Congratulations to Cara and Ioan who were rewarded in the Gwynedd and Anglesey Sports Ceremony in the Gallery, in Caernarfon on the 12th. Both have worked very hard this year encouraging sport in the school and  hosting various activities to the pupils and showed plenty of enthusiasm and dedication in their roles within the school. We’re very proud of them and their achievements and thank them for being such special  Ambassadors.
Llanfyllin Compeition On Saturday, 14th July, two teams from Bro Tegid went to Llanfyllin to compete in their 5 a side football competition. Our Year 5 and 6 team finished 3rd in the group after winning three, drawing one and losing two. A great effort, well done everyone! Year 3 and 4 fought their way all the way to the final after winning three and drawing four games. The final was very close against Ysgol Dyffryn Banw. Dyffryn Banw went ahead but the Bro Tegid boys showed a lot of determination and responded well with Lewys equalising. In added time, Steffan scored with a bullet of an effort into the back of the net and securing the win for the lads! A huge congratulations to this talented teams.
We had a mega busy week in school before closing for the summer with plenty of fun and various activities going on throughout the week. Rafting - as always one of the year highlights is when year 5 and 6 go rafting and it didn’t disappoint. They all enjoyed the experience and excitement. A bonus were the valueable photos that captured the day!!! Swel’s Poetry Competition - our theme this year was ‘pirates’ and from reading all the pupils’ poems, it was apparent that they all enjoyed the work! Chief Poet Elwyn Edwards or as we all fondly know him Swel, was full of praise of the high standard of poems that were full of comparisons unique and effective. Anya Roberts and Cara Jones were the winners of the best sentence with Rachel Edwards creating the best verse. But winner of Poet of the Year was Hannah Griffith. Hanna‘s poem stood out from the rest and Swel was so pleased with the standard and choice of wise words. Congratulations Hanna and thanks again to Swel this year. Visit from Teleri Davies - it was a pleasure to welcome Teleri back to the school to show us her Wales cap and shirt, after representing our country in the Womens Six Nations against Scotland back in February. We are so proud of Teleri’s successes and her proud achievement especially as a former pupil of the school. It was interesting to listen to her experiences, her rugby career and of course a report of the game from her perspective. Congratulations again to Teleri and thank you for her time. All the best for the future. Dad v Mum’s Game! - It was that time of year again with the dads and mums of the schools taking on the pupils in football and netball matches. We had an exciting and fun day with everyone enjoying the games. The  red team came out on top in both tournaments and more importantly the pupils won the important game which was winning against the adults!!! The girls netball won 4-3 against the mums and the boys won 8-2 against the dads. We thank everyone who came to take part and contribute to the day. SO58 Competition - KS2 pupils had a great opportunity to design a  t-shirt for Tim Williams, Anni May from reception’s dad to sell as part of his popular business Spirit of 58. The designs were fantastic and Tim decided to reward 9 pupils in total but the design that came out on top and the idea that will be on a t-shirt and sold at the Eisteddfod down in Cardiff this wear was from Mared Rowlands with the slogan “dad is football mad!”. Congraulations to Mared, what a special prize and thanks to Tim for his generosity and time towards the pupils. Saying goodbye to Year 6 - it came the time to say goodbye to 19 of our special pupils. We have been very fortunate to have such a great year 6 who have been a brilliant example to everyone. Its been a pleasure to teach them and see them flourishing over the years. Thank you to you all - we wish you all the best for the future.  
Croeso nol pawb! Gobeithio wnaethoch  chi fwynhau’r gwyliau!

Contact

Us!

Ysgol Bro Tegid Heol Tegid Y Bala Gwynedd LL23 7BN
01678 520278
SaraMorris@gwynedd.llyw.cymru
Ysgol Bro Tegid © 2018                           Website designed and maintained by H G Web Designs
Bro Tegid’s Macmillan Coffee Morning We had a hugely successful Macmillan Coffee Morning yet again this year at the school. We raised £465 for this important charity and this will be going towards our local centres here in North Wales. A big well done to the School Council for their thorough work and to those who donated towards the raffle and gave prizes, to those who were busy making them delicious cakes and to all that came to support. Thanks also to the pupils for supporting so well. We are extremely grateful  to you all!
Summer Reading Challenge Annually, the Summer Reading Challenge is open to all primary school pupils as they have to visit the library three times during the summer holidays and pick various books to read. We are delighted that 80 pupils took part and completed the challenge! Brilliant everybody and keep it up!
Urdd Football Meirionnydd Congratulations to our two teams who competed in the Urdd Meirionnydd Football tournament on Thursday, 18th October. We are proud of their successes and the girls individual performances. Once again, there was plenty of excitement and competitive football with fantastic effective teamwork. The blue team reached the final with Ysgol y Traeth the opponents and what a game this was! The effort and enthusiasm by the girls was exceptional and they were determined to succeed and through plenty of endevour they scored the only goal of the game in dramatic fashion with only three seconds left to play when Hana Williams netted and crowning Bro Tegid as champions. They will now represent Meirionnydd in the National Competition in Aberystwyth in May. Congratulations and good luck girls!
Gwynedd Netball Competition Following their success through Meirionnydd before halfterm, Bro Tegid’s team travelled to Porthmadog to take on Gwynedd’s largest schools in the Sports for Life competition. There as always was high playing standards and it was a pleasure to see every member of the squad performing so well and bringing more pride to the school. Bro Tegid had the perfect start as they went on to win their first five games before losing to Ysgol y Gelli and a draw against Bro Idris. With these results, Bro Tegid finished in second place behind Gelli and they will now go on to take on the rest of north Wales’ counties in January. Congratulations to every one of you and good luck!
Operation Christmas Child Once again this year there was plenty of interest as we supported the charity Operation Christmas Child.  We collected a total of 163 boxes between all the schools in the area! Everyone’s donations go to make a huge change in the lives  of the children that these boxes will be going to. Thanks to everyone for their incredible support.