ROA Evening 2015Year 11 pupils celebrated the end of their exams during a presentation evening held at Eirias Park's facilities in Colwyn Bay on Thursday 25th of June. Ex-pupil Ashley Dykes kept the crowd entertained with intrepid tales of his adventures across Asia.
Photographs of pupils receiving their progress files were taken on the evening, parents can contact the school to request electronic copies.
Summer Newsletter 2015Our 2015 Summer Newsletter is available to download here
Pupils celebrate outstanding GCSE results, including exceptional success in the Welsh Baccalaureate QualificationIn excess of 92% of the pupils in Year 11 achieved the equivalent of 5 A* - C grades with all pupils gaining qualifications...read more
YBE is going mobile
The IT department at Ysgol Bryn Elian have been hard at work developing an app for your mobile devices so that you can check the latest news, twitter feed and access the school calendar wherever you are. You can download the app here or you can scan the QR code below.
Conwy School Sport activities at Bryn Elian
Download the new CSS spring / summer 2015 timetable here
During the 2013-2014 academic year, there were 287 CSS (previously 5x60) sessions at Ysgol Bryn Elian. Sessions take place during lunchtimes and after school, with some of the most popular activities including dodgeball, football, Uni Hoc and street dance. Nearly 60% of the school (376 students) attended at least one CSS session during the last academic year, a figure which we aim to achieve again this year!! ...read more
Calling all Year 5 and 6 Parents!!Here at Bryn Elian, we continue to operate an “Open Door” policy as regards visits by parents and prospective pupils, to the school. Should you wish to visit to talk to staff, tour the school and see what we offer, at a time to suit you, then please e-mail me on: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will contact you to arrange a time to visit. We are always delighted and proud to show parents and prospective pupils what we do here, so will always welcome your interest.
Latest information for parents
Parent handbook 2015-2016 available to download here
Year 11 attendance during exam period information here
Year 9 options booklet 2015 available to download here
For SEG/PDG Grant information click here
PTA evening - all invited, monday 26th January
Free School Meals application form available here Information regarding eligibility can be found here
Information pack for Welsh classes throughout Conwy can be downloaded here
UCAS Parent Guide 2015 available to download here
Extra curricular activities timetable 2014-2015 available to download here
Our Annual Report for Parents is available to download here
Reading and Numeracy Tests in Wales - information for parents/carers. Booklets explaining the LNF test to parents of Year 7/8/9 pupils have been distributed today, one day after receipt. The booklet can be found online here
Governors Report to Parents is available on request, please contact the school if you would like a copy of this document
Year 11 Revision Book available to download here
All Wales School Liaison Programme - School Beat
LINC Conwy prospectus available to download here
Summer / Autumn 2014 newsletter available to download here
Please contact the school prior to attending a meeting or parents' evenings if you require special facilities to meet a specific disability, language or cultural requirements.
Year 11 parents - important information about post 16 choices here
Cashless catering system - download the information pack here and return the form.
For the latest letters, newsletters and other important school information please visit our parents page.
Find out more about our innovative BUD programme, download the information booklet here
Our most recent Estyn Inspection report can be downloaded from the Estyn website here
Ysgol Bryn Elian’s School Council attended the Stonewall conference in London last July and as a result have worked closely with Conwy Youth Services to produce a very powerful video to try to discourage the use of homophobic language and to make pupils consider the effects of their choice of words on others.