The under 14’s rugby team lost 10-5 to Cwmtawe in the quarter finals of the Welsh Cup. The boys were unlucky to lose in the last few minutes. The conditions were not the best with the boys putting on a brave display in all the mud!!!
The Under 13’s and Under 15’s are North Powys Champions after competing in Cobra on Wednesday. They will now go into the quarter finals of the North Wales Cup.
Congratulations to Molly who was the winner of the ipad attendance competition. All those pupils with 95% or above attendance last year were entered into the competition with the lucky winner getting their name pulled out of the hat in assembly. Well done Molly.
Congratulations to the school athletics team who were successful in becoming Powys Champions. The team consisted of Manon Lewis (800m – 1st) Llyr Griffiths (Javelin & Long Jump – 1st, 800m – 2nd), Sam Davies (Hurdles – 1st), Jay Scholefield (Discus- 1st), Molly Gallier (Hurdles – 2nd), Kate Jones (1500m – 1st), Grug Evans (100m – 2nd), Bethan Davies (High Jump, Shot, 300m – 1st), Ellen Jones (Long Jump-1st, 1500m – 2nd), Alice Gregory – (Javelin – 1st).
Congratulations to all 56 pupils who have achieved 100% attendance throughout the school year. What a great accomplishment. Keep up the good work. A prize draw for all those on 100% at the end of term will see one lucky pupil win an ipad.
What a fantastic day! Sunday the 17th of May over 70 Caereinion High School pupils, staff, parents and friends attended the Race For Life event in Aberystwyth. This is Cancer Research’s largest fundraiser where women take part in a 5K or 10K run to raise money to research for a cure to the 200 different types of cancer.
Caereinion have taken part yearly in this event for the last 5 years and have raised an amazing sum of over £10,000 to date. But this year we beat our own personal record of how many were taking part and the amount of money raised!
We would like to thank Alan Watkins, A W Coaches Llanfair Caereinion for kindly running 2 buses free of charge to Aberystwyth, this allowed us to collect £212. The girls had been very busy baking and held a cake stall in School which raised £313.82, and the sponsorship money was a staggering £2,953.51 with money still coming in! In all, the school has raised an astonishing £3,480 which will go to cancer research. This is an outstanding achievement for those who took part and for Caereinion High School and is a true reflection of our pupil’s determination.
Caereinion have again had a busy year raising money for charities. As well as the success of Race For Life, we have raised £2,700 between Breast and Testicular Cancer Charities, £908 for Red Nose Day and £265 for Children in Need. We will now start thinking of Race For Life 2016 and other fundraising events in order to break our School record once again!! Thank you again for our pupils hard work and for the continuous support given to us by the parents and the community.
TNS was the venue for the Welsh Schools FA Cup Finals on Sat 9th and Sun 10th May. Caereinion were thrilled to have both Year 7 and Year 8 boys teams in the final, a great achievement for the school.
Saturday saw Caereinion Under 13’s take on Olchfa. Ryan McVeagh opened the scoring with a well worked goal.
Unfortunately, Olchfa equalised straight from the kick off with the half time score level at 1-1. Olchfa showed their class in the second half and were worthy winners. Despite losing 8-1 Caereinion battled throughout the match and can be proud of their performance.
On Sunday, Caereinion Yr 7’s played against Glantaf High School. It was a close contest with both teams seeing a lot of possession but with no clear cut chances. In the last minute of the first half Glantaf took the lead with a great strike into the top corner.
The boys started the second half positively. Unfortunately it wasn’t to be and Glantaf scored a second goal to win the cup. The boys produced a great team performance and never gave up, continuing to battle to the final whistle.
Both teams not only did themselves but also the school proud. It was also great to see so much home support throughout the weekend, which helped spur the boys on. To have two teams into the finals was a major achievement and an experience the boys will never forget.