The Governing Body have made a decision to close the school tomorrow (26/03/21) as there is no running water and this could cause a serious health and safety issue. Apologies for any inconvenience.
Welsh lessons for parents
Distance Learning Resources
Click on the image below to access our home learning resources:
Returning to school 29/06/20
Click here to read our home-school agreement.
Click here to read a letter from Mrs Davies regarding September arrangements.
Click here to read our Return to School Information Booklet.
Click here for Sustrans' advice on keeping safe on the journey to school.
Tap here to read our Summer Term Newsletter, Clecs Cefncaeau
Highlights from Colorfoto Diary Day
Tap here to read an important letter from Gareth Morgans, Director of Education
Free School Meals Provision (COVID 19)
From Thursday there will be packed lunches for children in receipt of free school meals at the following locations:
Ysgol Y Castell, Ysgol Rhys Prichard, Ysgol Carreg Hirfaen and ALL Secondary schools.
Information regarding the distribution of free school meals has been released on our website and can be found via the following link:
Important information regarding childcare provision for key workers
For Area 43 Counselling Service click here
For latest information for parents on COVID 19 and education click here
Click here to read our 2018 ESTYN inspection report
History of the School
Ysgol Gymraeg Brynsierfel is a designated Welsh-medium school situated in a housing estate in Llwynhendy, Llanelli. The school was officially opened on Thursday October 15th 1953 - by the Right Honourable James Griffiths - with the pupils arriving on December 1st. At present, there are around 200 pupils in the school, including part and full-time pupils in the Nursery. The pupils are arranged into classes according to age.
The new school building was opened in June 2011 and cost £6.5 million. The ultra-modern school is on two levels with excellent facitlites for ICT, PE and the development of skills.