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23:30 PM - 4 Jun 2020

As part of the preparations for a return to school for students and staff, we have been developing our 'Be Kind. Be Safe' visuals which will appear throughout the site. To maintain safety we will need everyone to do their bit https://t.co/8IVCnngswE

17:48 PM - 4 Jun 2020

Retweetd From Marc Belli

Parents/carers of students and , please look out for a letter tomorrow regarding our planning for increased operations. Your engagement in this is crucial in helping to shape our planning to make provision safe and meaningful

11:36 AM - 1 Jun 2020

Retweetd From Marc Belli

It is with deep sadness to announce the passing of our colleague and friend, Helen Griffith. May she rest in peace https://t.co/L6tGFJc20e

11:52 AM - 19 May 2020

Retweetd From Marc Belli

Our own, student Shivam has appeared on this morning to talk his entry for The Ideas World Cup. The relevant part is from 52.44-58.55. He is in the final 4 of 1700. If you haven't voted, please do so. Deadline is tomorrow at midnight

10:46 AM - 17 May 2020

Retweetd From Marc Belli

Please show support for student Shivam by voting for his competition idea. Votes need to be registered by midnight on 20th May https://t.co/z7FwiYFJ6K

http://www.twitter.com/bishop_llandaff/status/1260864649517465602

10:28 AM - 14 May 2020

With the support of Cardiff & Vale University Health Board, any of our students can contact a 'school nurse' for advice and support https://t.co/T1PO59x4hT

http://www.twitter.com/bishop_llandaff/status/1259800343728308224

11:59 AM - 11 May 2020

Retweetd From Georgie the Wellbeing Dog

HAPPY 1st BIRTHDAY to me 🎉 I shall be spending most of my day walking in the woods 🐕 and eating dog friendly birthday cakes in the garden 😍🎂 I'm missing everyone from but hope you all enjoy a lovely day in the sunshine 🔆🐶❤ https://t.co/eNJIBTBWPc

10:28 AM - 4 May 2020

As part of has been inspiring everyone to get involved in their 'sofa fundraisers', including events such as Quiztian Aid! Please see the below link and let us know if you get involved/create any of your own fundraising ideas https://t.co/JaKWysqwJq

11:44 AM - 3 May 2020

We have uploaded the distance learning for the week beginning 4th May for both The Marion Centre and all other years. We will continue to upload each Sunday to support families with their planning (following feedback). Click on the link to access the work https://t.co/Yz5douSpOA

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Posted on: 23/08/2018

“ANOTHER SET OF STRONG GCSE RESULTS”

Students, parents and staff at The Bishop of Llandaff are today celebrating another set of very fine GCSE results with 82% of students achieving 5 or more A*-C including English Language and mathematics. A staggering 43% of students achieved 5 or more A*-A with 33% of the year group achieving 9 or A*-A grades across the board. Headline Performance Indicators 92% 5 or more A*-C; 82% 5 or more A*-C including English Language and mathematics; 100% 5 or more A*-G; 43% 5 or more A*-A; and 427 best 9 outcomes (equivalent to 9 B grades per student on average)   Students who achieved A* in all their qualifications Eira Bassett 12A* Min Sol Lee 12A* Tess Moorhead 11A* Rebekah Parry 13A* Verity Black 13A*   Students who achieved 9 or more A*-A Pia Alberto Leo Bailey Lewis Barrow Jessica Bending Indiya Bennett Thomas Bowen Megan Brenchley Imogen Charles Benjamin Chooyin Will Christmas Luke Collishaw-Schepman Sophie Davies Ioan Evans Gabrielle Garbett Matthew Holden Freya Hopkins Timothy Huckle Fred James Olivia James Ethan John Liv Jones Ruth Kell Ryan Kitson Harry Lancaster Helena Liddington Ben Lloyd Gabby Maio Frances Marinetto Amelia Marshall Isabelle Massie Kadmiel McForrester Saubhagya Moktan Harri Morgan Violet Munro Sophie Nicholls Ben Oatley Dewi Paris Jee-soo Park Thomas Pow Owen Putter Emma Reavell Daniel Rees Lewis Saunders Sam Scurlock-Green Karim Selih Chloe Siemens Daisy Squire Sara Sturgess Daizy Tahirkheli Jayne Tan Ava Weinberg Luca Whelan Alexandra Whitfield   Other notable performances Pheobe Bell 5B, 5C, 5D Shannon Camilleri 5B, 2C, 5D Jessica Harrington 1B, 7C, 2D Daniel Jenkins 5B, 6C, 1D Molly Katramanos 2A*, 2A, 4B, 2C, 2D Louise Ley 7B, 4C, 3D Headteacher, Marc Belli added, “We are very proud of the achievements of all our students today. It is very rewarding to see students meet and exceed their personal targets to achieve results which will remain with them forever. The results achieved by students today and the stunning A level results last week finish off a very successful year for the school, following our positive inspection visit in the spring. As ever, I also wish to reaffirm my sincere gratitude and heartfelt praise to the amazing teaching and support staff at school who have helped our students achieve such wonderful outcomes. They deserve a great deal of credit for the continued success at the school and have worked tirelessly to support the students to achieve so well”.
Posted on: 16/08/2018

Excellent A Level Results

Students celebrate “stunning” A Level Results at The Bishop of Llandaff The Bishop of Llandaff are again celebrating another set of stunning A level results. 22% of students achieved 3 or more A*-A grades, with 78% of students achieved at least 3 or more A*-C. More than a third of all outcomes were at the highest level at A*-A; more than two-thirds (68%) of all grades were at A*-B and an overall pass rate of 99%. Some notable performances include Abbie Parry who achieved 3A*s and an A grade. Abbie intends to read English at Oxford; Benjamin Fowler achieved 2A*s and 3As and will study Economics at LSE; another student joining LSE is David Abadir, who secured 2A*s and 2As and will read PPE: Alec Collins secured an A* and 3As enabling him to pursue medicine at Liverpool; Ed Hart will read biology at Durham following his 2A*s and 2A grades; Harry Hiscox will also read biology at Exeter university after securing 4A grades; Maddie Scurlock-Green will read medicine at Cardiff university after achieving 3A*s and 2A grades; Bethan Downs secured 3A*s and an A grade. Bethan will read history at Warwick; Filip Dabrowksi will read architecture following his achievement of 4As, while Javid Ahmed will study physics at Birmingham university after achieving 3 A*s and an A grade; Steffan Phillips will read French at Oxford after achieving 2A*s, an A and B grade; Katie Wilhelm will read psychology at Birmingham following her 3Bs and a C grade; Sophie Lewis will read English Literature at Oxford after achieving 2A*s and 2As, while Caitlin McHale will also study English. Catlin achieved 2A*s and 2As and will attend Bristol university. Headteacher, Marc Belli added, “I wish to congratulate all of our students on their remarkable examination results. They have worked incredibly hard to achieve their success and the rewards are fully deserved. We will miss them as a year group as they have contributed so much to the school. However, we wish them very well for their futures, whether that be at university, during their year of travelling or those entering the world of work. I am sure they will all go on to do great things. I should also like to express my gratitude to our tremendous staff who have helped students to achieve so well. They also have reason to celebrate and deserve a great deal of praise today for these stunning achievements”.
Posted on: 24/08/2017

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE UNDER NEW GCSEs

Students, parents and staff at The Bishop of Llandaff are today celebrating an outstanding set of GCSE results with 84% of students achieving 5 or more A*-C including English Language and mathematics. Under a new set of qualifications and supporting headline measures the school is delighted to report a staggering 41% of students achieved 5 or more A*-A with 15% of the year group achieving A*-A grades across the board   Headline Performance Indicators 94% 5 or more A*-C; 84% 5 or more A*-C including English Language and mathematics; 99% 5 or more A*-G; 41% 5 or more A*-A; and 419 best 9 outcomes (equivalent to 9 B grades per student on average)   Outstanding performances include Rebecca Haslam 12A*                       Amy Heylin 11A*, 1A Cathy Morris 10A*, 1A                       Kate O’Driscoll 12A* Sam Ogonovsky 10A*, 2A                 Emily Roots 11A*, 1A Gwennan Rucinski 11A*, 1A              Grace Wellington 11A*, 1A Miriam Wilks 10A*, 2A                       Ethan Day 9A*, 2B Restam Ehmo Agha 9A*, 3A             Ryan Joseph 8A*, 2A, 1B Morgan Blanc 7A*, 5A                      Jonathan Hope-Gill 6A*, 5A   Other notable performances were seen by Evie Carlin 1A*, 5A, 5B                    Sam Chubb 1A*, 4B, 8C Caitlin Coakley 3A, 5B, 5C              Sophie Jones 2A, 5B, 4C Claurindo Diakiesse 2A*, 3B, 6C     Joshua Bedford-Murphy 5B, 2C   Headteacher, Marc Belli added, “I am incredibly proud of the achievements of all our students today. We find ourselves in a unique period of curriculum change, where it is very difficult to make meaningful comparisons with the performance of previous years. However, against more demanding specifications and revised key performance indicators, our students have demonstrated their wonderful talents with these excellent results. This is a remarkable day for everyone associated with the school. I should like to congratulate all of our students who have worked so incredibly hard to earn the success seen today. The grades they have achieved will remain with them forever and is a reflection of their dedication and effort. While many of our students have recorded some of the highest outcomes in our history and possibly across the entire country, we are equally proud of all of our students who have met or exceeded their personal targets. Some of our strongest performances today have been achieved by individuals who have had to overcome significant challenges in recent times. Today is a day I am sure they will cherish for the rest of their lives! Following our stunning A level results last week, I also wish to reaffirm my sincere gratitude and heartfelt praise to the amazing teaching and support staff at school who have helped our students achieve such wonderful outcomes. They deserve a great deal of credit for the continued success at the school and have worked tirelessly to support the students to achieve so well”.

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