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 Staff from Ysgol Eirias and its partner Primary Schools enjoyed a collaborative Training Day on Friday. Braveheart presented on Trauma and Attachment during the morning where Nicola Marchall inspired and moved many of the staff with her excellent presentation.

As part of their Welsh Baccalaureate Year 10 pupils from Ysgol Eirias have been working at the local care of the elderly day centre to spruce up their outside space.

Year 7 pupils were taken on a rewards trip to Bude recently and they had the time of their lives.

They spent three days on the beautiful Cornish coast at an outdoor adventure centre, sat on a cliff top overlooking a sandy beach.

Year 12 French students recently took part in a French cinema master class lead by Dr Jonathan Ervine from Bangor University. The master class began with a Q and A session where students were able to quiz Dr Ervine on his opinions of the main themes and characters represented in the film they are studying; 'La Rafle'.

Students wishing to return to the Sixth Form in September should attend the Sixth Form Induction Day on Wednesday 27 June 2018.  Registration starts at 08:45 and the day finishes at 3pm.  Uniform is not required but smart casual dress is expected.

Following a very successful Sports Awards Assembly, where pupils’ endeavours and achievements in a wide variety of sports throughout the year are recognised, the annual sponsored run took place on Thursday 26th April. 

Our guest presenter this year was Jess Kavanagh-Williams, the RGC and Wales rugby player, who nominated Wales Air Ambulance as the charity that she would like any money raised to be donated to.

6th form students were fortunate to attend a talk this from Nicky Moore, an Eirias alumni student who now works for the Criminal Prosecution Service in Greater Manchester. 

Eirias alumni, Mary Owen visited school this morning to talk to Year 12 students about her career in the Welsh Audit Office. 

Year 12 students and senior prefects, Molly Cottrill and Emily Darbyshire, represented the school at a special ‘Equalitieas Event’ held at the Conwy County Borough Council debating chamber in Conwy. 

International businessman Tim Penn recently spent the day with the MFL department and Year 8 students.  The purpose of the day was to discuss the importance of languages in the current post Brexit climate.  Students had the opportunity to discuss the future benefits of learning a foreign language.

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