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Beloved Bangor institution forges close links with popular Chinese school

A PIONEERING independent school enjoyed a great ball with China. St Gerard’s School is forging strong links with Bangor Chinese School and even hosted its New Year celebrations. They joined forces at the weekend for a party and performance at the recently refurbished Ffriddoedd Road institution, which teaches Mandarin to students from across north west…

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St Gerard’s School on rebrand, redevelopment and vision ahead of taster event

PROSPECTIVE pupils will experience the exciting new chapter being written at a leading independent school. Following a period of significant investment and redevelopment, St Gerard’s School will host a taster day for learners and families tomorrow (Tuesday).  The cherished Bangor institution – which produces among the highest GCSE and A Levels results in Wales –…

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Revamp, investment and celebrity visit for leading Welsh independent school

ST GERARD’S SCHOOL has undergone a period of significant development and investment in past months. Improvements have been made to the building and gardens at the beloved Bangor institution, in addition to new fencing, better access, signage, lighting and landscaping. Over the autumn, the independent school was sandblasted, the roof and guttering cleared, there was…

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Transformative Menter Mon outperforming peers in Wales “by some margin”

A TRANSFORMATIVE enterprise hub outperforming its peers “by some margin” will enter its sixth year with a raft of new services for start-ups and entrepreneurs. The pioneering Menter Môn Enterprise Hub (Hwb Menter), based with project partners M-SParc in Gaerwen and at Hwb Arloesi, Porthmadog, has unveiled a series of benefits and incentives in addition…

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Anglesey to compete in first ever international islands netball tournament

SPORTING star Lucie Leonard will captain Anglesey (Ynys Mon) in a prestigious new netball tournament. The 21 year-old will lead the team against five other regions at the inaugural Invitational Island Games, to be hosted by the National Sports Centre, Isle of Man, from November 6-11. Lucie, from Brynsiencyn, has the support of students and…

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New tech and IT investment at leading independent school a game changer

NEW technology and IT systems at a leading independent school will raise the bar for communication between students, staff, and parents. St Gerard’s School has implemented state-of-the-art computer management equipment and processes as part of a wider package of investment at the prominent Bangor institution. This year has already seen the introduction of a proactive…

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Ysgol St Gerard to undergo significant redevelopment following investment

YSGOL St Gerard is beginning an exciting new era. The pioneering independent day school – which again secured the highest GCSE and A Levels results in North Wales during the summer – will undergo a period of significant development over the coming months. Attracting pupils from all over the region for more than a century,…

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Ysgol St Gerard support for Arctic climate change research expedition

A LEADING independent school is onboard with an epic climate change research expedition. Ysgol St Gerard in Bangor has shown its support for Ingrid Lewis as she joins a team taking on up to 4,000 nautical miles as part of the Ocean Warrior data gathering project in the Arctic Circle this September. The former Colwyn…

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Kiddies Corner freezes prices for parents and steps in to save after-school club

A NURSERY owner stepped in to save an after-school club from closure and launched a price freeze to support parents in the cost-of-living crisis. Tony Gibbons made the decision not to increase childcare rates at Kiddies Corner sites in Bryniau Road and Llewelyn Avenue, Llandudno, and Parc Menai in Bangor for existing children and those…

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Net zero qualification launched for next generation of ‘sustainable business leaders’

A NEW ‘net zero’ qualification will help Wales meet its carbon neutral targets and train the next generation of sustainable business leaders. Agored Cymru has created the Level 3 Diploma in Energy and Carbon Management, a course focused on developing the skills and knowledge required to operate systems and processes of energy consumption and carbon…

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