WELSH medium Ysgol Gymraeg Bro Morgannwg is celebrating after all its sixth form pupils achieved two or more A-levels at grades A* to E.

One hundred per cent of pupils gained three or more A- levels at A* to E while 68.3 per cent of the year group gained three or more A-levels at A* to C and 21.4 per cent all grades were A* to A.

The Welsh Baccalaureate once again proved to be a strength of the school with 85.4 per cent of all pupils gaining A*to C grades and 41.5 per cent gaining A*to A grades.

The school congratulated its high-achieving pupils.

Jack Tweddle achieved an outstanding five A* grades, and he will be going to Bath university to study physics with astrophysics.

Joseff Nicholas will attend Warwick university to study mathematics, having achieved four A* grades and one A grade.

Robbie Thomas achieved four A* grades and one A grade and will go to Bristol university to study mathematics in the autumn.

Bro Morgannwg continued its tradition of educating the doctors of the future, with Iestyn Fenn achieving two A* grades and two As - earning his place in Cardiff university to study medicine.

Other pupils destined for university are Tom Lowrie who will study politics and international studies at Loughborough university, while Elin Jones will study law in Cardiff.

Aled Misra has accepted a place in Exeter to study physics and astrophysics.

Esyllt Evans, a passionate linguist, will study modern languages in Bath university and Leah Griffiths is pursuing her dream of studying adult nursing.

Head teacher, Hywel Price said: “Once again, Ysgol Gymraeg Bro Morgannwg students have excelled this year continuing a long history of academic achievement at A-level.

“We are very proud of their achievements and wish them every success in their next steps in higher education choices.”