Under 12’s & 14’s Football

The Under 12’s and 14’s both played Welshpool High School on Wednesday night. It was a mixed fortune for the school with the Under 12’s losing 2-0, and the Under 14’s coming back to win 3-2 after a hard fought game.


The Under 14’s had a tough game, coming back twice to finally win the game 3-2. Aled Davies scored the winning goal, with Steffan scoring twice.


Innovations Awards

Eifion and Ryan, two former pupils who left Caereinion High School in the summer have both been chosen to have their work exhibited at the WJEC innovation awards. It is a 2 day event in both Cardiff and Bangor.


The Innovation Awards is a prestigious competition and an interactive showcase for the most innovative project work at GCSE and A level Design and Technology. The WJEC work in conjunction with Welsh Government’s Department of Economy Science and Transport to encourage young people in Wales to be technologically innovative and appreciate the importance of design and technology.


The event will give industrialists, teachers and students the opportunity to see the best work of students aged 16 – 18 in Wales. The most innovative projects of 80 students at GCSE, AS and A level will be showcased and team of distinguished judges will select a winner at each level as well as an overall winner.

6th Form Head Pupils

The new head pupils of Caereinion High School are: Liam Whittington – Head Boy, Rhian Williams – Head Girl, and deputies Hanna Morgan, Eve Sulley, Reece Templeton and Jake Eaton.  Congratulations to them all.

Hanna, Reece, Liam, Rhian, Jake & Eve


Bowling Trip

Congratulations to 7B who won the attendance competition this year. It was very close in the end, with 7B just pipping 8M to first spot.

1. 7B – 98.6%

2. 8M – 98.4%

3. 7G & 8C – 98.2%.

The winners were awarded with a bowling trip to Shrewsbury, with a McDonalds on the way home. Well Done 7B.



Prize Giving Evening

It was great to see students, past and present attend the recent prize giving evening. The winners of the special prizes were:

Roger Astley Cup for G.C.S.E. – Rhian Williams, The Aled Jones Cup for Endeavour – Iwan Evans, The Gwenllian Hughes Cup for Cultural Activites – Lwsi Morgan & Lynfa Jones, The Stephanie Robinson Cup for History – Holly Sherwood, The David Bennett Cup for Mathematics –Delyth & Ffion Williams, The Theodra Cup for Welsh – Catrin Howells, The Anwen Orrells Cup for Geography – Lynfa Jones & Lwsi Morgan, The Wilma Harris Cup for Food tech – Rhys James,  The Allen Tudor Progress Cup – Iwan Evans, The Wyn Astley Cup for Games – Katie Jones & Aimee Breakwell, The John Ellis Cup for Physical Ed – Charlie Davies, Welsh Learner Certificate – Melissa Knight, English Certificate – Kieran Judge, Biology Certificate – Delyth Williams, The Mair Lloyd Cup for Art – Lwsi Morgan, The Lyn Evans Cup for effort &          perserverance throughout school career – Sian Jones, Vivien Morgan Cup for outstanding academic contribution to school – Owen McArdle, Design & Technology Certificate – Ifan Huws & Eifion Jones, Science Award – Delyth Williams, The Caroline Evans Cup for Outstanding Contribution-Oasis Group,  WLS Prize for agriculture-Jemma Astley & Aaron Bridgen, Prize for Religious Education-Laura Bristow, John Lewis Prize – Head Girl-Catrin Howells, John Lewis Prize – Head Boy-Ben Sulley, Modern Foreign Language certifcate – Owen McArdle Dilys Jones Cup for Music-Lynfa Jones 





100% Attendance

Congratulations to all those pupils who have had 100% attendance in the first two terms of school. This is a great achievement. Keep it up!

Blwyddyn 7/Year 7
Blwyddyn 8/Year 8
Blwyddyn 9/Year 9
Blwyddyn 10/ Year 10
Blwyddyn 11/ Year 11

6th formers Hanna & Reece visit Auschwitz

Our visit to Auschwitz


On the 24th of April we visited KL Auschwitz 1 and Auschwitz Birkenau which were concentration and death camps in Nazi occupied Poland during the Second World War. We were chosen along with 180 other students from across Wales to participate in the Lessons from Auschwitz Project and it was an unforgettable experience for us both. Our day trip to Poland widely enhanced our knowledge and understanding, along with our passion about the emotional topic however we are still filled with unanswerable questions. As we journeyed through the two camps we faced many hard challenges such as seeing first hand some of the belongings left behind by some of the camp mates and hearing the sad and brave stories of some of the families and people that had lived and died within the camp.


We were also granted access to some parts of the camp that the majority of the public aren’t allowed to see such as the children’s barracks.


It is an experience that we can safely say we will never forget and we hope to be able to share it with you all, and by doing this we can honour the 1.1 million people that were murdered in these camps.


It has been the most emotionally challenging experience but is the best experience I have ever had. We would both strongly advise you to part take in an experience like this if you ever get the chance!

Hanna Morgan and Reece Templeton Holocaust Ambassadors