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  • Cynefin
    Cynefin A beautiful Welsh word meaning belonging of mind, body and spirit. Connected to the land, heritage and essence of a place. This term a group of […]
  • ReWise Visit
    We were fortunate enough to be joined by ReWise Learning last Thursday. Some of our Year 7 and 8 pupils took part in a ‘Learn Thru Music’ course. The […]
  • Morriston Digital Leaders leading the way.
    Amazing effort from our MCS Digital Leaders who have now completed Module 6 of their training on the ChildNet Digital Leaders Programme. Our MCS Digital […]
  • Girls Welsh Football Academy Success
    After weeks of trials and very hard work, Year 8 pupil Gracie has been offered a place in the FAW Girls Welsh Football Academy!! Gracie has worked […]
  • Letter to Parents / Carers – June 2021
    Dear Parent / Carer, I hope you and your family are well. As we enter the second half of this term I want to write to update you about some changes and […]

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Pupil of the Week

Pupil of the Week

Every week a key stage 3 and key stage 4 pupil from every department nominate as “Pupil of the week”. Nomination for pupil of the weeks results in a phone call home to inform parents/carers and a photo on the Pupil of the Week board. Click the button below to see the pupils named each week, who have gone above and beyond what is expected of them.
Transition at Morriston

Transition at Morriston

Important transitions for children and their families include KS2 into KS3, KS3 into KS4 and KS4 into KS5. Every transition period is a significant milestone in a child's education. This new experience is a time of change that can create excitement and uncertainty. Creating a smooth transition is vital to ensure every child gets the best possible start in their new setting. Click her to ensure that you have the most up to date information.