THE new school uniform for the students in Years 12 and 13 at Ysgol Bro Gwaun is a crisp, professional and ultra-smart look with a white shirt, a jade and black striped tie, black jumper with school logo and black trousers or skirt.
It complements the black and jade colour scheme of the uniform for year 7 to 11 pupils whilst giving the sixth form students a mature and professional look.
Nerys Nicholas, Head at Ysgol Bro Gwaun, said “I am extremely proud of the work done by the members of the school council in promoting a democratic process of decision-making and placing the emphasis on pupil voice when deciding on the final look of the school uniform.
‘’I hope the students will wear their new uniform with great pride, respect and fondness, and I extend my thanks to the parents and governors for their co-operation and to the school suppliers, Jack and Jill, Fishguard and Matthews Menswear and Schoolwear, Haverfordwest for their support”.
Speaking exclusively to The Herald, the senior prefects of Ysgol Bro Gwaun said: ‘’We are very happy with the uniform and have had compliments from the general public when we are outside of school on how smart and professional we look.’’
Pictured from left to right are Nerys Nicholas, Head Teacher, George Williams, Alistair Davies, Morgan Edmonds, Eilish John, Simran Mann, Cally Pierpoint and Liz Hooper, Head of Sixth Form.