Newyddion a Digwyddiadau
Sporting success celebrated at awards ceremony
Students from Gower College Swansea have celebrated an exceptionally successful sporting academic year.
A Bridge to career progression for Selena
When Selena Massey started on the Bridge Programme at Gower College Swansea, she was undecided about where her future career path lay.
Now, two and a half years later, Selena is employed as a brake and suspension technician with Kwik Fit, and she fully credits the Bridge Programme with helping her gain her focus and confidence.
Football students enjoy Portugal training camp
A group of 25 Sports students from Gower College Swansea enjoyed a two week training camp with Portuguese football giants, SL Benfica.
Project takes pupils from the classroom to the pitch
An English GCSE booster session took a group of Pentrehafod pupils out of the classroom and onto the football pitch – thanks to Gower College Swansea and the Reaching Wider Partnership.
Schools enjoy Football Festival
Over 50 Swansea school pupils braved the wind and rain to enjoy a Football Festival at Elba Sports Complex this week - a fantastic event organised by Sports students from Gower College Swansea.
The event took the format of a 7-a-side 'round robin' with all the schools playing against each other, with a Final being played by the two top-scoring schools.
Entrepreneurship project for school pupils launched
A new project to help schools teach enterprise skills to 5 and 6 year old pupils has launched.
The Bumbles of Honeywood is a set of books, online resources and educational materials designed to nurture enterprise skills from a young age - as well as teaching children about the plight of the endangered honey bee.
Principal named as finalist in IoD Director of the Year Awards
Mark Jones, Principal of Gower College Swansea, has been shortlisted in the IoD Wales Director of the Year Awards 2017, which honour many of Wales’ most influential and motivational business leaders.
Chemistry Olympiad success for students
A Level Chemistry students at Gower College Swansea have performed extremely well once again at the Royal Society of Chemistry Olympiad, which saw over 5300 young people participate in 2017.
Ffion aims for the stars
A young student from Llandeilo is about to reach for the stars quite literally when she joins the International Space School (FISE) in Texas over the summer break.
Ffion James, who lives in Llandybie and attends Bro Dinefwr Llandeilo, is one of only 50 young people from all over the world to be selected for this once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Junior College student considers career in engineering
Pontarddulais Comprehensive pupil Rhys Thomas has been finding out more about post-school options thanks to Gower College Swansea’s Junior College programme.
Rhys, who is in Year 10, has been trying his hand - and developing an understanding of – engineering at the Tycoch campus.