Newsletters / Updates*
23.11.2021 Reporting & Engagement Day 28.1.2022
22.11.2021 School INSET Days
15.07.2021 Young Carers in Schools – Best Practice Award 2020

We are extremely proud to be  one of the first schools in Wales to pass Best Practice of the Young Carers in Schools Programme!   Capture

15.07.2021 #Cynefin #ArtsCouncil #CfW
We’ve been working hard on pilot projects for the new Curriculum for Wales at Llanwern – take a look at this short video!  The soundtrack is exclusively written and performed by our Y8 pupils! #Cynefin #ArtsCouncil #CfW
15.07.2021 Fantastic news for Sophie Lowe – Year 7
Congratulations to Sophie Lowe, Year 7 for being awarded a scholarship at a West End Stage School over the summer holidays. Sophie was also fortunate enough to gain a scholarship to The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama on their Junior Conservatoire Advanced course!
We hope you have a brilliant time with this Sophie and we look forward to hearing all about your experience in September!
Sophie Lowe
15.07.2021 Congratulations former student Caleb Mazoya

We would like to congratulate former student Caleb Mazoya on achieving a First in his Multimedia Sports Journalism Degree from UCFB.

Caleb Mazoya

We are extremely proud of you.

15.07.2021 Celebration Assembly for Year 9

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15.07.2021 Celebration Assembly for Year 7

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27.05.2021 Covid-19 Advice from Newport City Council

Covid advice from the council

25.03.2021 WCIA Mock Conference

On Tuesday 23rd March Poppy Stowell-Evans, Rosie Trueman, Ralph Timermanis, Shiraz Mohammed-Ali, Maham Aziz, Maida Aziz and Katie Gabica represented Llanwern at the WCIA Mock Conference of Parties. In this event our pupils worked in teams to represent countries in a model UN format to discuss climate change and agree on resolutions. Our teams worked with delegations from other schools to amend resolutions to meet their country’s needs. Llanwern represented Botswana (Poppy and Rosie), Pakistan (Maham and Shiraz) and Spain (Ralph, Katie and Maida) and to do this they needed to complete an incredible amount of research in advance and give opening statements regarding their country’s position on climate change. They negotiated with other schools and on the day all resolutions were passed with amendments. Poppy and Maham are also Youth Climate Ambassadors for Wales and were responsible for helping to draft the resolutions.

Mop Cop March 2021Well done to all.